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Quebec City (The old walled city)

The official web site is www.quebecregion.com
Standing on rue Saint-Louis or Sainte Anne in Vieux Quebec, the old walled city of Quebec, it's easy to imagine that somehow you've arrived in France without having taken a plane or boat to get there. Cobblestone streets, cafes with unscreened windows thrown open to the sidewalk, folks walking home with fresh baguettes and cheeses, table d'hote service all add to the ambience as do people speaking French, the language of the city and Belle Province. Walking is the key to enjoying old Quebec and the lower town.
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La Citadelle

The official web site is www.lacitadelle.qc.ca
Welcome to La Citadelle of Québec. This national historical site, also known as the Gibraltar of America, is the best place to begin a trip into the military past and present of Québec City. The one-hour guided tour will provide you information about the American attacks, the construction of the fortress and its buildings. The visit of the Royal 22e Régiment Museum located in an old French powder magazine (1750) and a former military prison (1842) is included in the tour.
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Opening hours
We strongly recommend that you reserve in advance if you travel with a group, so that we can accommodate your group.

April: 10 am to 4 pm, daily
May and June: 9 am to 5 pm, daily
July to the first week-end of September: 9 am to 6 pm, daily
September: 9 am to 4 pm, daily
October: 10 am to 3 pm, daily
November to April: Bilingual tour at 1:30 pm, daily
Groups on reservation daily

Admission (2007)
Adult: $10.00
Student adult: $9.00
Senior ( 65 and up): $9.00
17 years old and under:$5.50
Family rate: $22.00
Children of 7 years old and under with parents: free
Canadian militaries and veterans : free

From June 24 till the 1st Monday in September come and see the Changing of the Guard ceremony that is held every morning at 10am . You will see Batisse, our regimental goat as well as hear the Royal 22e Régiment musical band.

Parc Aquarium du Québec

The official web site is www.sepaq.com/paq/en
Travel into the ecosystems of the St. Lawrence River and Canadian waters and discover northern plant and animal life. This 16-hectare site is the only one of its kind in Québec. As you make this amazing journey all the way to the North Pole, you'll have the chance to observe 10,000 fresh- and salt-water fish specimens, reptiles, amphibians, invertebrates, as well as marine mammals, such as Atlantic and Pacific walruses, seals and polar bears. Happy discoveries!
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Admission Fees (2007)
Adults $15.50
Seniors (65 and over) $14.50
Children (2 and under) Free
Children (3 to 5) $5.50
Children (6 to 12) $10.50
Students (13 to 17) $12.75
Family (2 adults and 2 children from 6 to 12
from the same family) $49
Family + (2 adults and children 17 and under
from the same family) $54.50

Parc Aquarium du Québec is the ideal spot for a picnic with family or friends. With its green spaces, gardens, and the view of the St. Lawrence River and Quebec’s bridges... the setting is simply magical!

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