Vieux Quebec - The only fortified city in North America, this area was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985.
Musée du Québec - This art gallery is home to a fine collection of Québecois art including works by Dallaire, Riopelle, Borduas, and Leduc, as well as various international sculptures, paintings, and ceramics.
Château Frontenac - Named after Louis de Baude, Comte de Frontenac, a 17th-century governor of New France, this stunning towering chateau-style hotel with dormer windows was built between 1893 and 1924.
Basilique-Cathédrale Notre-Dame - Parts of this, the city’s main Catholic Cathedral date back to its original 1647 structure although it has suffered partial demolition and subsequent reconstruction and restoration since then. The interior decorated in neo-Baroque style is worth a particular look.
Place Royale - This picturesque plaza is the heart and soul of Basse-Ville. It is a popular location for concerts, folk dances and other festive activities.