Discover Quebec City

Introducing Quebec City
The birthplace of French North America and the only walled city north of Mexico, Québec City is an open-air treasure that will delight history and culture buffs alike. Its European background and modern, North American character are set off by a blend of history, traditional and contemporary art, and French-language culture.

Quebec City at a Glance
● Founded in 1608 by Samuel de Champlain
● Cradle of French civilization in North America
● Capital city of a province of 8.2 million people
● A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985 thanks to historic Old Québec
● Seat of the province’s National Assembly
● 9,000 km2 in area
● 250 km northeast of Montréal
● Population 708,000 (Greater Québec City Area)

What to See in Quebec City
Montmorency Falls
Morrin Centre
Notre-Dame de Quebec Basilica-Cathedral
Old Quebec (View-Quebec)
Parliament Hill

Place Royale
Quartier Petit-Champlain
Old Port

Museums
Plains of Abraham Museum
Musee National Des Beau-Arts du Quebec
Musee de L’Amerique Francophone
Musee du Fort
Musee La Citadelle de Quebec

Restaurants and Dining
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Social Media
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Maps
Walking Map of Old Quebec
Quebec City Maps

Speakers