Old Quebec (Vieux Québec) is a historic neighbourhood of Quebec City. It is the most popular destination for visitors and contains many old buildings and landmarks, such as Château Frontenac, Edifice Price or Notre-Dame de Québec. It is recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Above, Place d’Armes, in the upper town of the Old City.
Above, Musée du Fort.
Above, Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, an Anglican church.
Above, Edifice Price.
Above, Halloween decoration near City Hall.
Above, Hôtel de Ville de Québec (City Hall).
Above, Laval University.
Above, Basilique-Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Québec.
Above, tomb of François de Laval, the first bishop of Québec, in the funeral chapel.
Above, Place de l’Hôtel de Ville.
Above, Monument to Louis Hébert, in Parc Montmorency.
Above, lower town of Old Québec.
Above, on the way to the lower town.
Above, people and shops in Quartier Petit-Champlain.
Above, funicular to the upper town and Château Frontenac.
Above, Château Frontenac.
Above, Place Royale.
Above, bust of King Louis XIV of France.
Above, La Vivrière fountain.
Above, La Fresque des Québecois.
Above, back in the upper town.