Old Quebec/Downtown: Champlain chose this location to plant the seeds of French civilisation in North America
The district is bordered to the West by the Dufferin-Montmorency highway, to the North by the mouth of the Saint-Charles river, to the East by the St-Lawrence river and to the South by the end of the Petit Champlain district.
Old Quebec/Downtown is caracterized by its remodeled port area (Vieux-Port district), and its international historical reputation Petit-Champlain
Place de Paris
This part of Finlay Market st. was named in 1988, in honor of the gift of the Paris City sculpture to Quebec City. The Place de Paris is in a way the flip side of Place du Québec in Paris.
Located between Cap Diamant and the St-Lawrence river, Place Royale is the site of the first permanent homes in New France. It is the cradle of the French civilization in North America. This historical site cannot leave you indifferent...
In addition to historical sites, this district has many infrastructures