Fortifications of Quebec National Historic Site, Quebec
1 Côte de la Citadelle, Quebec, QC G1R
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Contact:+1 418 641 6654(Tourist Information)
Open Hours: Mo to Su from 10:00 AM to 06:00 PM
History, which is everywhere in the city, is most evident in its beautifully preserved fortifications that date from the ... More
Fortifications of Quebec National Historic Site
History, which is everywhere in the city, is most evident in its beautifully preserved fortifications that date from the early 17th Century. As the only remaining walled city in North America, Quebec has been recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visitors are free to walk along the nearly five kilometers of walls witnessing the Fortifications of Quebec National Historic Site. The interpretation centre offers an intriguing look into the military and architectural design features. Guided walking tours offer further insights.
Reviews for Fortifications of Quebec National Historic Site: 8
Not boring at all! Do you know where you've been
By A Yahoo Contributor, 10/1/09
You know what!!! I think we understood!!! You didn't like your visit in the city !!!! Just don't go back please!!!The national historic site of the fortifications offers tours that are great and gives you a perfect and clear idea of why the city is a world heritage site !!!
Totally loved it !!!!!
this place is so boring i was waking down the hall when suddenly i crashed into a hobo. the next morning the butler saw mud all over the place and he found out i was there when it happend he made me clean the whole place advice: dont go in the washroom it smells like roten cheese
I was disgusted at how much money I ended up spending there! I will never go back because of the horrible attention there. I agree with the other bad comments because everything mentioned is absolutely true! My son was bitten by the bedbugs, the horrible maid was also swearing at my friends, family, and colleages. I went on a bussiness trip, and everyone was disgusted with everything there! I simply cannot believe the horrible things that happened to us that week. The fort was absolutely beautiful, and it was well built, but the service and butlers, and maids, were embarasing to the beautiful city of Quebec.
this place was horrible! disgusting, and terryfying! I cannot imagine how much money I spent there! my partner and I were disgusted! we were doing our bussiness one night, and we heard mice! i Was like totally scared! i will never go back
this place was so boring...there was nothing to do nobody should ever go back!the food was disgusting, there was bedbugs, my daughter was horribly bitten!The butler was swearing at us because we didn't make our beds, the paint on the walls were pealing...it was totally not romantic for me and my husband
200 years ago, the city of Quebec was literally closed at night! And those are the remainings of the several gates that surrounded the city at that time. I really enjoyed the visit and when I was visiting I really wondered how life was back then.
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