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French courses in Quebec City

French courses in Quebec City

Quebec City is one of the oldest cities in North America. The city was founded over 400 years ago and is therefore older than Canada itself. What captivates this city the most is its architecture. Historic tenements and narrow streets create a unique atmosphere, and the charming old town resembles old towns known from Europe. The old city of Quebec (Vieux Québec) is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is the only city in North America north of Mexico that has retained its ramparts, which are one of the many attractions of the metropolis.

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Quebec City

  • Region: Quebec
  • Population: 800 000
  • Time Zone: UTC -5
  • Official Currency: CAD

It is necessary to visit Rue du Petit Champlain - although there are crowds of tourists there, it is worth it because it has its unique atmosphere. The second, extremely interesting place is the Château Frontenac castle. A huge, monumental building that catches the eye of everyone. This giant structure with a large number of turrets is one of the most exclusive hotels in Canada. Apparently, it is also one of the most photographed hotels in the world, but even if it's true, it's perfectly understandable because it's strikingly beautiful. Terrasse Dufferin is another picturesque place in the city of Quebec. It is a picturesque wooden promenade with beautiful pavilions and stretches at the foot of the Château Frontenac. Right next to Quebec city are the Montmorency waterfalls worth seeing.