Sunday Travel – Quebec Vacation Travel Guide
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You don’t need to go all the way to France to say “Bonjour” and nibble on croissants. Quebec maintains strong ties to its French roots, which date back to 1608. In fact, the town’s official language is French and it’s even home to a replica of Norte Dame.
While you’re in town, mosey around the cafes and shops in North America’s oldest retail district, and visit the Musee de la Civilisation. Embark on Quebec City tours around the colonial buildings in Dufferin Terrace, the history at Battlefields Park, and the stunning beauty of Montmorency Falls. From the Saint Lawrence River to Fontaine de Tourny, there are endless attractions to experience in Quebec’s capital city.