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This was a great activity and we did it three times in the course of the week. Visiting old Quebec and eating at all the restaurants brought us back to this boardwalk time and again and always enjoyable. Great for an evening stroll and looking...More
Nice change from the casse-cou (breakneck stairs.) Gets you to Upper Town from Lower or vice versa with lovely view of the river along the way. No bikes allowed. Benches along the way if you need to rest.
This is a wonderful wooden walk along the edge of the Citadel. We walked up to the southern end via Battlefield Park off of the Rue Saint Louis. The entrance to the park is not too far from the Rue Saint Louis Gate. It's through...More
This listing makes it appear like this is Terrasse Dufferin. However, when I visited, the promenade started at the staircase found at the end of the terrasse. You have to climb up 310 steps as you progress up the promenade. There are landings in between,...More
This really is a lovely place to walk and have views of the St. Lawrence river. There were people standing around talking, a musician singing, and some benches to sit and enjoy the surroundings. We walked along it and then took the 200-300 steps around...More
This Promenade was my favorite place to visit every night because it was empty (May) so it felt as if it was just for me. From here, you can see the St. Laurence river and the southern bank of the city. Silly me, I love...More
There is metered street parking, and there are parking lots that you can pay for. We found the street parking challenging to find at times because it's very busy in certain areas. However, if you are going to be there for... More
There is metered street parking, and there are parking lots that you can pay for. We found the street parking challenging to find at times because it's very busy in certain areas. However, if you are going to be there for the day, the parking lots end up costing about the same, or even less than street parking. The parking lots charge a flat rate, and the meters are in 15 or 20 minute increments. We found a lot that was central to where we wanted to be, and parked there multiple days in a row. It was very convenient. Old Quebec City is a very walkable area, so it's easy to get around once you park. We really enjoyed it!