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Quebec City Hotels A popular travel destination, Quebec City and its surrounding area welcome over 6 million tourists every year from all corners of the world. The city is full of attractions and fascinating discoveries for visitors.

Lower Town, home to the first settlers of New France, encompasses the old port district and a host of other treasures. Leading the way to Upper Town are steep, winding roads and stairways with telling names, like Cote de la Montagne (Mountain Road) and Escalier Casse Cou (Breakneck Stairway). And crowning it all is one the most photographed buildings in the world, the famous Chateau Frontenac, perched atop towering Cape Diamond. In Upper Town, the contours of the fortified city are easy to see and explore. In fact, all it takes is a short stroll to understand why Old Quebec was named a UNESCO World Heritage Treasure.

From east to west, Quebec City has it all. To the east, the thundering Montmorency Falls offer a superb view of the St. Lawrence River and Ile d Orleans. In the city, visitors enjoy Battlefields Park, also known as the Plains of Abraham. It was once the site of great battles between the French and English armies and is now a famous city park where recreation, culture, and history come together. Further upstream is Bois de Coulonge Park, a lovely public garden. This riverside park is a must see with its beautiful flower gardens and long history. To the west, astute visitors stop by Jacques Cartier Beach Park, an oasis of greenery on the shores of the St. Lawrence.

And for more ambitious visitors, a network of bike trails beckons. They travel the length and breadth of the city and are an excellent way to discover how culture and nature are inextricably linked in Quebec City only minutes from the heart of town are woodlands, waterways, and wildlife!

A remarkable cultural and geographic crossroads the city could be called a bridge of sorts between Europe and the Americas Quebec has a unique and special role to play internationally.
Known worldwide for its rich history and heritage, it is also a modern and dynamic city. Its economic and cultural strength has fostered ties with major cities around the world.