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"Quebec City
"Quebec City Its River and Its Landscape Helicopter Tour""Enjoy a truly breathtaking sightseeing experience on a 30-minute “Québec City Its River Its Landscapes” tour. Along with all the City Tour attractions including the Québec bridges the Plains of Abraham
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Quebec City Helicopter Tour
"After meeting at the ticket office in Quebec City at your chosen departure time you’ll be driven to the heliport for your helicopter tour. Aboard a 4- to 6-person state-of-the-art helicopter soar over Quebec City for 12-15 minutes and admire incredible aerial views of Old Quebec and its fortifications. Spot Château Frontenac Cap Diamant the Plains of Abraham Ile d'Orléans and the bridges spanning the mighty St Lawrence River. You’ll fly over all the must-see natural wonders and popular urban areas of this 17th-century capital city. Your expert pilot will provide interesting and informative commentary
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Quebec City Walking Tour
"Conducted year-round rain or shine this walking tour starts in the Upper Town district of Old Quebec and finishes in the Lower Town. You'll discover Quebec City's history from 1608 to present on this enjoyable walking tour. While listening to the entertaining and informative commen you'll gain a sense of the day-to-day lives of the people who have lived in this lovely fortress city over the centuries. You will visit sites such as the Quebec Citadel Chateau Frontenac Quebec fortifications Basilica Notre-Dame
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Shopping in Vieux Quebec Tips (5)

Various: Arcade Shops Within Chateau Fontenac

The day we visited the Chateau Frontenac we were told there were 1000 students on a visit to the city and wherever we went there were crods of students. We thought we might be safe in the Chateau's shopping arcade, however it was worse as the the hotel was 100 years old and reflected the style of that period, narrow corridors and small shops.

For those who like shopping at prestige hotels I suggest you visit and for tourists who want to see inside the hotel then shopping is a great excuse.

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Mikebb
Jun 22, 2008

Shopping Along The "Breakneck Staircase"

This is definetly a shopping destination to be reached by walking down the "Breakneck Staircase" due the steep incline on the upward journey. As well as the nice park and viewing platforms there are a variety of shops along the way which kept my wife happy as I took my photos. She actually made purchases from several shops along the way. The shops were actuall very good with a variety of different styles etc.

What to buy Clothing, souveniers, antiques and bits and pieces.

What to pay Your on holiday, buy now and not have regrets when you get home.

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Mikebb
Jun 16, 2008

Craft store: The small streets of Old Quebec City

The best shopping in Quebec City can be found in the old town. All sorts of craft, antiques, clothes and decoration stores can be found in the different streets.

Old town is not that big so take a map and discover !

What to buy Winter clothes, Quebec meal or liquors, painting, house decoration, artefacts.

What to pay Generally above average in the old town

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ChuckG
Jan 18, 2004

Shop 'til you drop

As I was walking along the streets of Quebec I felt like I was in Europe and walking into the shops and hearing "Bonjour Monsieur," adds to that feeling.

You'll find some of the best shopping along rue du Petit-Champlain in Lower Town and rue St-Jean in Upper Town.

What to buy Antiques and crafts are popular here.

What to pay You'll spend about what you would in most American cities.

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Sep 08, 2002
 
 
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European shopping style...

There are lots of small boutiques and specialty shops on rue de Buade and cote de la Fabrique in Upper Town, and along rue du Petit-Champlain in Lower Town.

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"Quebec, mon amour!"
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"Quebec City - A Bit of Europe Close at Hand!"
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"Quebec, the charming French town"
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"Une Petite Tour de La Ville de Quebec...."
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Grande Allee

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Plains of Abraham (Battlefields Park)

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Quebec Experience

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Musee de l'Amerique Francaise

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Terrasse Dufferin

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Rue du Tresor

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