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One of the most famous neighborhoods in Québec is a picturesque collection of narrow cobblestone streets with bistros, shops and art galleries housed in old stone buildings. Shopping is one of the principal reasons why people come to Petit-Champlain. Browse the handicraft boutiques that are noted for their leather, jewelry, clothing and decorative arts.
Climb the Escalier Casse-Cou, nicknamed the “Breakneck Steps” because of its steepness. The 59 steps are wedged between two sides of a street and lead up to Côte de la Montagne. The view from the top is well worth the climb, also at night when the area becomes a sea of lights.
Spend a few minutes exploring the detail of the trompe l’oeil mural on the wall of 102 Rue du Petit-Champlain. This massive outdoor work of art illustrates important events in the district’s history, such as bombardments and landslides. Pay attention to the windows with depictions of prominent figures from Québec’s history, including its founder Samuel de Champlain. The optical illusion created by the painting makes you feel like you can step straight into the scene.
Also drop in on number 16, a restored building which was once the home of the explorer Louis Jolliet who mapped the Mississippi River. The house contains the lower terminal of the cable railway that connects the Lower Town to the Upper Town.
Petit-Champlain is tucked beneath the cliffs that support Château Frontenac. A fun way to reach the area is via the staircase or cable railway from Dufferin Terrace. The neighborhood is a pedestrianized zone and is best explored on foot. The nearest major public transport hub is Gare du Palais and city buses traverse the district. Metered parking is available in nearby streets.
You can explore the neighborhood at any time, but bear in mind that the restaurants and stores have varying opening hours. To avoid the crowds, go earlier in the day or after dinner.
Bounded by shops and restaurants, this heritage urban resort is situated on a bluff with views of the St. Lawrence River and Quebec City's Old Town, near the Gare Fluviale de Québec, and one block from a historical 19th-century fortress.
Located in Centre-Ville, this hotel is steps from Quebec Symphony Orchestra and Martello Tower. Quebec City Town Hall and Laval University are also within 6 mi (10 km).
This family-friendly Quebec hotel is located in the entertainment district, just steps from Le Capitole and Palais Montcalm. Old Quebec Funicular and Le Montcalm Tennis Club are also within 6 mi (10 km).
Hilton Quebec is opposite Esplanade Park, the Gardens of the National Assembly, and the Parliament Building. It's a 10-minute walk to Old Quebec City for tours of 17th-century Notre-Dame de Québec cathedral and other historical attractions. Fleur de Lys mall is 10 minutes by cab.
In a renovated 19th-century building with dramatic modern decor, this boutique hotel is centered in lovely Old Québec, just 1 block from the St. Lawrence River and the Old Port.
A 5-minute walk from the Musée de l’Amérique Francophone and Artillery Park, Hotel Manoir Victoria is situated in the historic neighborhood of Old Quebec. A 15-minute stroll leads guests through the quaint Old Town to the waterfront, passing eateries and cultural sights along the way.
Built in 1870, this historic Art Nouveau and Art Deco hotel is located in Old Québec, 1 block from the Château Frontenac.
Located in the heart of the city's Old Port, this Quebec hotel sits in a historic wharf district that was built in the 17th century; the many shops and cafes of Rue St-Paul are less than 300 yards away.