Photo Essay of Quebec City

I’ve been writing a lot lately about Quebec. This time, I’m going to let the photos speak for themselves in a photo essay of Quebec City. We did a lot of walking around Old Quebec, exploring the historic city streets. Many of these pictures really didn’t fit into any other article. I’ve divided them into Lower Town and Upper Town, so you can have an idea of what you’ll see in each of the two areas of Old Quebec. You’ll see many beautiful scenes filled with antique buildings, majestic statues, and brilliant fountains. Quebec City is just so charming. Often times, you’d never guess that this is actually a place in Canada, as it is so different in comparison to other Canadian cities. I hope that you enjoy these small glimpses of Quebec and it inspires you to travel there someday.

Lower Town (Basse-Ville), Old Quebec

Upper Town (Haute-Ville), Old Quebec

Chateau Frontenac

Aurora Borealis light show in Old Port

21 Responses

  1. Katrina
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    Ohhhh, I want to go!!! We’re saving this for a “when we have kids” trip, though. Sigh. Someday! Your pictures are gorgeous; you have quite the eye.

  2. Megan Claire
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    Great photos once again – inspiring me to get to Quebec! I love how theyve set up the chairs as art in the middle of one of the city paths. Such a cool idea!

  3. Hannah
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    Beautiful photos guys! (I want that pug!) I’ve just booked my train tickets and am confirming hotels for my visit in December 🙂

  4. Samantha
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    I’d love to visit Uptown, the statues look so cool. I’m not an architecture nerd at all and I don’t know anything about it but the architecture in Quebec City looks so interesting! I’d love to walk around and see all the different buildings.

  5. christine
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    Beautiful photos! I always enjoy photos essays 🙂

  6. Sammi Wanderlustin'
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    Beautiful photo’s 🙂

    OMG Pug!!!!

  7. Jenna
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    Great photos! I love photo tours through a city–it’s so fun to get a glimpse! Quebec City looks like a beautiful town. I would love to visit soon!

  8. Duecuorieunaciccions
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    WOW!!! This places are really far from us…hope to see them sooner or later!! 🙂

  9. San
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    Those are beautiful pictures! Definitely a place I need to visit one day 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

  10. Brittany @ Paws for Beer
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    a city full of great architecture! Thanks for sharing the photos 🙂

  11. Em
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    Really an incredible photo essay. Quebec is one of those bucket list places for me. It looks like it’s a really easy place to be.

  12. Stephen & Jess
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    Great photographs, you have the eye for capturing beautiful moments 🙂

  13. Elena
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    Sometimes you don’t need words, the photographs say it all! Beautiful photos!

  14. Bianca (@ItsAllBee)
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    Absolutely beautiful pictures and the city too. Wouldnt mind visiting but would just have to find out when the best time is to visit as I am not such a big fan of the cold and hash winters of Canada.

  15. Emily
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    I think the lower town just about edges it for me in terms of beauty – very close though! You’ve got some lovely shots there. I love the artwork on the side of that huge building in the lower town 🙂

  16. Brianna
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    Quebec is like our own little slice of Europe

  17. Adelina // Pack Me To
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    I haven’t been to Quebec in awhile. Might have to add it onto my “to go” list for next year!

  18. Christine
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    Beautiful photos! I’ve been wanting to go to Canada for years! Montreal was always top of my list but Quebec is looking pretty good through these amazing shots! It might have to be bumped up to number 1! Great post guys!

  19. Ron | Active Planet Travels
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    Oh, from seeing all of your latest write-ups I am falling in love with Quebec! Beautiful photos; I can’t wait to visit! 🙂

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