Did you know that Old Québec is the only walled city north of Mexico and it is a UNESCO world heritage site as of 1985? Or that here lies the site of the first permanent French settlement in North America dating back to 1608 when it was discovered by Samuel de Champlain? And that it is home to Notre-Dame-des-Victoires, North America's oldest stone church dating back to 1688?
|Mural in Old Québec|
|St. Lawrence River|
While I think based on how we visited Old Québec, you can probably do everything within a day, it is nice to see an area that has so much history to it. I definitely think that it is worth visiting if you never have, and definitely try out the toboggan slide if you have a chance.