|Subject: Re: Montreal,Quebec city and PEI in June|
Hi Ann and Ziners,
June is good period to visit Quebec city. Most of tourists like to visit Old Quebec (Place Royale and old french houses,Notre-Dame-des-Victoires Church,Petit Champlain street,etc.) A ferry crossing between Quebec and Levis is a "must". Take the funicular or climb "broken neck stairs" and walk on Dufferin terrace:you have a beautiful view on St- Lawrence River,Orleans island and Laurentians mountains.
But if you want go out of the beaten tracks,we suggest you to discover St-Jean street (outside the walls and old Quebec):you will be in St-Jean-Baptiste district. You will visit Moisan grocery (very old) or Chocolat Erico and his chocolate museum. You can also discover St-Roch church and St-Joseph street.St-Roch district is revitalizing for some years.
We don't know how much time you will spend in Quebec city,if you will drive a car,etc. We give you some useful web sites:
http://www.quebecregion.com It is Quebec city and Area Tourism and Convention Bureau
http://www.bonjourquebec.com Quebec Government official tourist site
http://www.museocapitale.qc.ca Crossroads of the Quebec city museums
http://www.quartier-petit-champlain.qc.ca Oldest commercial district in North America
If you have specific questions on what to see and what to do,we will be happy to help you. And if we are free we could have a GTG with you.
Bienvenue à Québec Welcome to Quebec city
Marc Hawey Cécile Gareau Quebec