My Quebec: 3x3 Places to See, Eat and Enjoy

Quebec, Quebec City Guide (B): My Quebec: 3x3 Places to See, Eat and Enjoy

Québec City is many things: the oldest city of North America, the capital of the only French-speaking province of Canada, and my old hometown. There are tons of things to discover in this l'Accent d'Amerique, but there's nothing quite like a local's take on exploring the city. In this post you can discover my 9 shortlisted hotspots for an authentic Melissa's Québec experience!

The 400-year-old Québec City is the capital of the province of Québec, but doesn't exactly give you this urban metropolis vibe as one would expect from a capital city (in other words: if you're into skyscrapers, head to MONTRÉAL). Some even dare to describe my dear Canadian headquarters as boring; sure, Québec can be a hard bite to swallow with its ca. 500 000 inhabitants if you're used to tightly packed cities like New York or London. As a European heading to Québec City you'll also need to be aware of certain attributes typical for most North American cities: the distances between destinations can grow huge. Be ready to rent a car if you fancy a trip outside the city! ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: My Quebec: 3x3 Places to See, Eat and Enjoy
Guide Location: Canada » Quebec City
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Pierre-Dugua-De-Mons   hotel Frontenac   Chutes-Montmorency Waterfalls   Québec Observatory   Tora-Ya Ramen   Hosaka-Ya Sushi   Restaurant Aux Anciens Canadiens   Restaurant La Buche   Restaurant 1640   Quartier Petit Champlain   Plains of Abraham   Les 3 Brasseurs   L'Atelier   Maurice   Dagobert  
Author: Melissa Syvänen
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