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What you should know about Upper Town

Part of the Old Town, Québec’s Upper Town literally looks down on the rest of the city, offering stunning views of the Saint Lawrence River and the Canadian countryside beyond. Filled with historic buildings, many of which now house modern eateries offering food to satisfy all tastes, this neighborhood boasts ornate and often colorful architecture. With historic sites everywhere, including the Chateau Frontenac, the old city walls, and the citadel, Upper Town is not to be missed.

Hotels in Upper Town


Hotels in Upper Town cover mainly the middle segment of the market, providing a variety of options for visitors to the neighborhood. Upper Town hotel reviews praise the good location of the Hotel Le Concorde, as well as its unusual design and chic rooms. This luxury hotel also offers excellent views of the city and has an outdoor pool. The modern interior at the top-rated Hotel Manoir Victoria provides guests with comfortable, elegant rooms to return to after a day of sight-seeing. This luxury Upper Town hotel also boasts an indoor pool and full spa service for relaxation, all at reasonable rates.

Things to see in Upper Town


Chateau Frontenac is not just something that you must see, but something you will see. Built for the Canadian Pacific Railway at the end of the 1800s, this spectacular building is now a hotel, offering fabulous views and dominating the Québec skyline. Just in front of the Chateau lies the Place d’Armes, the neighborhood’s main square. This area is particularly exciting in the summer months when it is filled with street performers showing off their talents. Maintaining an artistic spirit, the Place d’Armes links neatly on to the Rue de Trésors and, as its name suggests, this street is an impressive trove of treasures where artists hang their work from the walls for all to admire and even to purchase. For more artistic delights, visit the imposing Notre-Dame basilica to admire its impressive altar and the artistry of this Catholic cathedral’s stained-glass windows.

Good for couples and solo travelers


As part of Québec’s Old Town, Upper Town is the ideal destination for lovers of history and culture, which can be explored and enjoyed whether you’re traveling alone or with your significant other. The city’s fortifications include the walls, towers, and cannons that once protected the city, and provide the ideal walking route to admire the upper town within easy reach of your Upper Town accommodation. The neighborhood’s many bistros serve French and French-Canadian dishes, and the leisurely pace at mealtimes in the Upper Town is the perfect opportunity for romance or quiet contemplation.

How to get to Upper Town


Domestic and international flights from various destinations across North America and from further afield arrive at Québec Jean Lesage Airport. From there, visitors can take a cab to the Upper Town in about 30 minutes. Buses also run from the airport to the neighborhood. You can get to Upper Town by bus from other Canadian cities, including Montreal. Train services, although more comfortable, are less frequent. The Parcours 21 service from the RTC bus network provides travel in Upper Town and to the ferry terminal, but once in Upper Town, the neighborhood is easy to explore on foot.

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