Quebec Does Have Tourist Attractions Outside Old Quebec

Quebec Does Have Tourist Attractions Outside Old Quebec

Quebec – The capital’s touristic offer must be developed outside Old-Quebec. The Quebec Heritage Coalition suggests to have the fireworks towards the West and to have a historical Ecolobus circuit stopping at dozens of places along Grande-Allée all the way to Cap-Rouge.

If Quebec wants more tourists, it must offer more than just Old-Quebec.

Historical sites represent the main tourist attractions and that “cultural tourists” are the ones who spend the most.

These sites that witnessed Quebec City and the province’s history are numerous and not emphasized enough towards the West.

A few examples are: the Maison des Jésuites, in Sillery, where Ameridian heritage can be found as well as evidence of the first religious mission in America, the Cataraqui domain, the Saint-Michel in Sillery, and the ruins of the Jacques-Cartier fortifications in Cap-Rouge.

Adding to the list are the Bois-de-Coulonge and Vieux-Cap-Rouge.

If everything is set correctly, there will be very little impact on the local traffic.

This is a great opportunity for the tourist industry.
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LifeinQuebec.com Staff Writer

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