Quebec City, Sightseeing Lower Quebec City
Quebec's Lower City
Quebec's Lower City is great for walking
and sightseeing because of the many
The Lower Quebec City offers the
sightseer Old World architecture with
You can walk from the upper city or use
the funicular to reach a wide range of
dining, shopping, and walking and biking
There is a wakway / bikeway along the St
Lawrence River below the old forts were
sightseeing is great, with views of cruise
ships on the St Lawrence River. .
This walking and bike trail along the
river's bank extends for many miles from
the cruise ship dock.
Many parks are devoted to outdoor
recreation, hiking, biking , walking, and
The center of Quebec City is small and
A stairway and elevator lead to a lower
level along the St. Lawrence River that
is given over to a wide range of
shopping and dining options.
There is a bike and walking trail along
the river with great sightseeing in the Old
Port or Vieux Port.
A Sightseeing Vacation in Quebec City
includes the small and easily walked lower
European Style buildings and trails along the
St. Lawrence River to the cruise ship
terminals and ferry docks are below the walls
of the old forts.
The lower city is connected by a stairway,
funicular, (elevator) and roads.
The lower level includes the Vieux Port, the
docks where cruise ships arrive.
To Reach Quebec City by Air: Québec City Airport is seven miles southwest of the city,
Jean Lesage International Airport: (YQB), Public transportation (RTC) buses reach the city center.
To Reach Quebec City by Auto: from Vermont Follow I-91 to the Canadian Border The highway changes
to Route 55 North. Follow to exit 173 and enter Highway # 20 towards Quebec City. Enter highway 73 North
across the river and take a right towards Boulevard Laurier.
to Canada's VIA Rail for the trip to Quebec's Gare du Palais (station) in the city center.(3 hours)
For Quebec Lower City Sightseeing take the funicular to
the lower level of the City where pedestrian-only streets
leads to the Vieux Port (Old Port) and a walking and bike
trail along the piers, cruise ships and the St. Lawrence
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Quebec City Canada's Lower City offers
sightseeing, shopping, and dining on
View of the old port and lower City from
the walkway beside the Hotel Frontenac
The funicular near the Hotel Frontenac leads to
pedestrian-only streets for shopping and dining, the
Old Port, and a walking an bike trail along the piers,
cruise ships and the St. Lawrence River.
Lower Quebec City is reached by an elevator,
stairways, or streets.