The ultimate 48 hours in Québec City
7 monthes ago - By The Guardian
With a population of just over half a million, Québec City has plenty to keep visitors occupied for a long weekend. Whether you're exploring its fascinating history, fantastic food scene, or contemporary culture, there's always something for you to do... Compact and beautiful, Québec City is walkable, romantic and has over four centuries of history. The old town is a Unesco world heritage site, and is the only walled city in Canada or the US. So it offers a different style Canadian city - you won't find many skyscrapers or a subway system here, but that's part of its charm...
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