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Quebec City was founded in the early 1600s, and is one of the oldest cities in North America. Its name is translated "where the river narrows," as it is located on a cape at the narrow point of the St. Lawrence River. The historic influences of the Aboriginal, English and French are visible in the five historic areas comprising Quebec City: the Norman-style Portneuf area in the west end; the Communaute Urbaine de Quebec, which contains Old Quebec and the riverfront downtown area; the Jacques-Cartier and Cote-de-Beaupre areas in the north, and the Ile-d'Orleans just east of downtown in the middle of the river. The Plains of Abraham at the riverfront, also known as Battlefields Park, was the site of many battles between the French and British, and now is one of the most beautiful city parks in the world. The park, also a popular ice-skating venue in the winter, sits next to the castle-like Hotel Chateau Frontenac, which frequently appears in photographs as a Quebec City landmark. Just as Paris is the center of old world French culture, Quebec City is the capital of French culture in the new world. Here you will find a mixture of the most traditional French architecture, cuisine and the arts, along with the best examples of nouvelle cuisine and contemporary theater, music and museums. A horse-drawn carriage along the cobblestone streets of Old Quebec City is a beautiful way to survey the downtown area.

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Lodging located in the greater Quebec City area. Lodging options located in the downtown area of Quebec City.
· Ste-Foy · Surrounding Communities
Lodging in Ste-Foy located south of the Quebec City area. Lodging options in communities surrounding Quebec City including Trois-Rivieres, Beauport, Levis and L'Ancienne-Lorette.

Area Facts: Approximately 60 percent of Quebec's population speaks French while another 25 percent's native language is English. The local area code for Quebec City is 418.

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