Walking around Vieux Quebec, Quebec
A summer walk through Quebec will reveal an abundance of cafes to sit and enjoy the atmosphere. You'll find some beautiful architecture and a well-planned, walled city that is one of a kind in North America.
Old Québec. If you enjoy walking you can just visit this wonderful part of the city that way. It's not very big, I think if you are in shape and want to do it in one single day, you can. But when I say one day I mean, just walking around, no shopping, no museums, no historic sites... And don't forget the lower town! yes, there is the upper town (Haute-Ville) and the Lower Town (Basse-Ville), both are really nice.
The gem of Quebec's Lower Town is this quaint warren of narrow streets lined with shops and cafes. It's the best place in this part of the city to just hang out.
Take a walk down the winding cobblestone roads and experience Europe in Canada. There's a real sense of history when you walk around.
It's a good "sport" to stroll in the streets of Quebec. This one is in the high part of the city, near Terrace Dufferin.
If you "don't have" anything to do in Quebec City (I don't believe it), just stroll in the streets, then "you'll have" something to do. Have a look at the pic: Petit-Champlain Street.
Old town is reletively small and you can walk all over it in just a few hours. There is lots of street activities going on (at least in summer months) to occupy your attention.
The streets are full of charming houses such as this one with the flowerboxes. Sometimes it's difficult to decide WHICH way to go:)
Having a walk on top of the walls is onbeleivable, spectacular, the vews, the houses, the river at night, could not believe what i saw
The colorful buildings, copper roofs and stone walls of Upper Town are simply amazing. I loved walking around this town, taking pictures and stopping in the little shops that line the streets.