The oldest commercial district in North America, the Rue Petit-Champlain in Old Quebec is a holiday extravaganza during the month of December. At the base of Cap Diamant where the Chateau Frontenac sits grandly overseeing the river and city, the ...Read More
A mouthwatering montage of the classic cuisine of Le Saint Amour in Old Quebec:
A simple awning advertises Le Saint Amour's whereabouts and invites you to experience the gastronomical creativity of its chefs as they portray Canada’s finest provisions for their culinary masterpieces.
Upon ...Read More
You may not fall down the rabbit hole, but upon entering Le Lapin Sauté, you will find yourself in a Beatrix Potter-meets-Disney-type establishment. A medley of flower pots are transformed into bell-like ornaments to welcome passerbys into the warmth of ...Read More
Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac is the most photographed hotel in the world, but with its prominent position on top of Cap Diamant, it also has some of the best views of Quebec.
The Hôtel-Dieu de Lévis, an affiliated university hospital, can be seen across ...Read More
Why would Quebec City, which is predominently French, produce a German Christmas Market?
A small group called the German Community Quebec (Communauté allemande Québec, or CAQ) promotes different types of German activities and cultural exchanges to improve knowledge of Germany and ...Read More