Imagine yourself sitting along the banks of the Saint Lawrence River. A couple walking arm-in-arm passes by, whispering romantic words in French. Later, as you wander through narrow stone-paved streets, you smell coffee and freshly-baked French bread. In the distance stands the magnificent Chateau Frontenac, its bronze roofs shining in the sun. Visitors to Quebec might think they’ve somehow landed in France.
The city began in 1608 as a fort established by a French explorer. Today, it’s the most oldest European–built city in the Americas. Stylish and charming,Quebec City captures the hearts of visitors with its lovely French atmosphere.