It's difficult to single out an area of Old or Vieux Quebec as especially good for shopping; amidst the hundreds of historic ... More
It's difficult to single out an area of Old or Vieux Quebec as especially good for shopping; amidst the hundreds of historic buildings, tourist attractions, pubs and restaurants lie dozens of boutiques, galleries, souvenir shops and other distinctive establishments. Among the better known streets are the rue du Tresor, near the Château Frontenac, where dozens of local artists, including Jacques Brousseau and Jean Cencig, display and sell their creations outdoors. St-Jean and St-Paul Streets contain any number of less touristy boutiques and shops that most visitors never enter; combine your shopping with an evening on the town or dinner at one of Canada's finest bistros and you will be experiencing all that Vieux-Quebec has to offer.
Delta Quebec Hotel is connected to the convention center and shops by underground passage and located approximately 10 miles from
Jean Lesage International Airport. The hotel is in North America's only walled city, Old Quebec, and offers views of ...
This 1912 Beaux Arts building is the crowning achievement of well known architect Marius Dufresne. It was at one point
converted to a community center, but has recently been re opened as a functioning market. It is easily the ...
On Parliament Hill, the Hilton Quebec hotel stands guard over the heritage and charm of Canada's oldest city. Located across
the street from the Old City, with indoor access to the Quebec City Convention Centre and Place Quebec shops, ...