The ground markers (green and blue circles marked on the sidewalks) make it easy to follow. It will take pedestrians on a discovery of the neighbourhoods that surround Old Québec; lovely parks, historic attractions, public squares, popular streets and a wide variety of shops await them.

This urban visit will first take you along the Parliament and the fortifications, then, you’ll be able to explore the Saint-Jean district and the Saint-Roch area. You can then stroll along the Old Port marina before finding yourself along the narrow streets of Place Royale and the lovely Petit Champlain area. Explore, take a stroll and enjoy!

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    Érico chocolaterie pâtisserie

    A creative chocolate shop and a quaint small chocolate museum. Learn about the history of chocolate from Mayan times to this day. Ancient and modern accessories, ...

    Érico chocolaterie pâtisserie
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    L'îlot des Palais

    L'îlot des Palais, an exceptional historic and archaeological site, presents in its 18th century cellars a new exhibition Revelations. Experience how ...

    L'îlot des Palais | Credit:  L'îlot des Palais
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    Musée de la civilisation

    The most popular museum in Québec City. A unique, different and entertaining museum where the focus is on participation and interaction. It takes a fresh ...

    Musée de la civilisation
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    Musée de la place Royale

    Musée de la place Royale tells the history of New France and Place-Royale through that of its inhabitants, from Samuel de Champlain to today. Overlooking ...

    Musée de la place Royale

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