Quebec City

Quebec City is the capital of the province of Quebec in Eastern Canada, but it is more like a charming European village due to its French tradition, architecture and language. Vieux Quebec, the historical district of the town is situated on a hill overlooking the St. Lawrence River. Walking along Old City cobbled streets is the first settlement between North American and French, offering meetings with attractions like the Citadel and Place-Royale. The icon of the city, the amazing Frontenac Castle, is considered to be Norte America’s most photographed hotel and offers tours without even staying overnight.