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An enclave of French culture and history, wrapped within centuries-old fortifications, Québec City’s historic district is a UNESCO World Heritage Site of ramparts, churches, terrace restaurants and well-trod cobblestone streets. Yet its old-world authenticity co-exists with a thriving Indigenous culture and surrounding natural landscape that includes the monumental Montmorency Falls and bucolic Île d’Orléans. This bounty is celebrated in the warm-and-welcoming Québécois lifestyle and year-round festivities, from summertime music atop the Plains of Abraham to a frosty toast in the Hôtel de Glace.Learn more about Quebec city