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
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