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Located in a prestigious building. Hotel 71 s facade is stunning example of 19th Century neo-classic architecture. This 4 star boutique hotel has an interior decor which is as attractive at it is welcoming in a luxury and nice elegance. learn more
Auberge Saint Antoine
The impression made upon the visitor by this Gibraltar of America: its giddy heights, its citadel suspended, as it were in the air, its picturesque steep streets and frowning gateways, and the splendid views which burst upon the eye at every turn. learn more
Auberge Saint Pierre
From the poetically named streets to Place-Royalerelive a page of Quebec's over 400 year old cultural history by only stepping out of the Le Saint Pierre into the most charming district of Old Quebec Stumble upon array of boutiques. learn more
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Québec is a magical blend of the Old and New World, and is deeply rooted in the soil of North America and fiercely proud of its French heritage. French is the language used by the majority of Québecers, although English is spoken or understood almost everywhere in the province, particularly in the large urban centres. Québec’s dual Catholic/Protestant heritage can be seen everywhere you look, especially in its religious architecture and art.Québec has a population of approximately seven million people, the vast majority of whom live in the close vicinity of the St. Lawrence River. Québec has formed a unique and unaffected personality, once there; you can enjoy fine dining or a very busy calendar of festivals and other events.
The newly revamped Parc Aquarium is a must for families visiting Québec. And facing Île d’Orleans, the Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré shrine near Mont Sainte-Anne has welcomed pilgrims since the mid17th century.