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    It depends on what time of year you are there (and how you define interesting).
    February, with winter carnival, is full of activities (though very cold!). Don't miss the ice slide near the Chateau Frontenac hotel.
    Wandering around the old city is always popular.
    What type of things interest you? almost 5 years ago

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    We are going the beginning of October. A little history, a lot of good food and interesting walks around lovely neighborhoods. Wineries would be nice also. almost 5 years ago

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    Lots of history here - Plains of Abraham in particular, plus seeing the cliffs which make it easy to see why the city was easy to defend from attacks from the river.
    If you stay in the old city (at the Chateau Frontenac if you want to splurge) you'll be able to hit all on your to do list, except the wineries (although there are plenty of places to drink nice wines!) almost 5 years ago

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    The Old City is a must! If you do not have a room booked, I highly recommend Hotel Cap Diamanté. It is a very short walk from the Frontenac, which of course, you must see as well. Book a reservation at Aux Ancient Canadians restaurant. You may find it a bit pricy, but it is well worth the splurge! The food is phenomenal! Do take the short drive to Isle de Orleans and Montmorency Falls a well! Enjoy! Quebec City is a magical place! almost 5 years ago

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    You are most helpful...we are staying at the Hotel manior Victoria in the old city. almost 5 years ago

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