One of the great things about traveling solo and renting a car is the flexibility it affords you with making travel decisions on the fly. When I visited Montreal over Labor Day, I didn’t have any plans to head up to Quebec City. Curiosity, of course, got the better of me, and I decided to make the 250 km drive to check out the epicenter of French Culture in North America: Quebec City. Here’s how I spent a Sunday afternoon in the city:
#1: Observed the stunning architecture
Provincial Government Building.
#2: Wandered around the streets of Old Town
View of the Saint Lawrence River from the Hotel Frontenac
#3: Discovered Quebec City’s Art Scene
Murals abound in Quebec City. This one was simply stunning.
#5: Caught an impromptu street performance
Quebec City is also known for it’s street performers. A large crowd had gathered around this group.
Have you visited Quebec City? Any suggestions on what I should check out next time I’m in the city? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below!