Monday, April 29, 2013

Canada’s Quebec City -A Treasure Chest of Architectural Gems

Quebec City is a star attraction of the French Canada! Perched on a cliff that swoops down to meandering St Lawrence River, it is graced with a string of architectural marvels that set global tourists on a mad scramble for tickets on cheap flights and Canada holiday packages. These wonders remain unscathed from the currents of time and retain the old world charm. Here is a rundown to some of the most beguiling marvels adorning this destination.

Rue de Petit Champlain
Missing out on a visit to Rue de Petit Champlain is a faux pas when touring the destination! Named after the founder of the town, it is one of the oldest and narrowest streets in North America. With ancient grace as its forte and air suffused with old glory, it is perhaps the finest stop for immersing into the best of earliest wonders. You can also take the air, indulge in never-ending shopping and enjoy eating spree at the chic restaurants and boutique strewn all over. No wonder, the blissful experience of visiting this place truly justifies the value of tickets aboard flights bound to the region.

Basilique-Cath├ędrale Notre-Dame-de-Qu├ębec
It is primate church of Canada that has endured everything from fires to battle damage during fighting between British and French armies. Irrespective of the devastation, it was rebuilt and repaired. At the moment, it is one of the popular stamping grounds luring hordes of tourists who grab tickets on flights for delving into the grandeur of the settlement.

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