One of Quebec City's best-known streets, this tiny, narrow alleyway winds its way through the upper part of Old Quebec, ... More
Rue du Tresor
One of Quebec City's best-known streets, this tiny, narrow alleyway winds its way through the upper part of Old Quebec, just east of the Château Frontenac . The main attraction of the Rue du Tresor is the year-round display of local art, most of which is of far higher quality than one would expect on a typical tourist avenue. The original idea was hatched by fine arts students in the 1960s, and their spirit lives on in the fine paintings, silkscreens and etchings of Jacques Brousseau, Jean Cencig and other well-known locals.
Located near the Plains of Abraham and only steps from the nightlife on the Grande Allee , this charming bed
and breakfast is one of the most reasonable accommodation options in the city proper. Within the imposing 1852 home, ...
Overlooking Place d'Youville , the four star Le Capitole hotel has 40 rooms, a theater, cabaret and a restaurant. The
Elvis Story has been playing here for over five years, along with various other musicals here and there. Le ...
Boasting one of Quebec City's most attractive facades, this very affordable European style hotel is free of excessive frills but
reserves a friendly atmosphere. Hôtel du Vieux Quebec's rustic decorated rooms include all the usual amenities, with free local ...