Canada/Quebec: Quebec City – Old Town Quebec

Quebec City is the capital of the French-speaking Canadian province and the well-preserved district of Old Quebec is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Founded in 1608, it is one of the oldest cities in the North America and the only fortified city remaining on the continent (excluding the Central America). It’s a great town to roam the streets and explore the beautiful sites of the La Citadelle de Quebec with panoramic views of the city and beyond, Champs de Bataille, Parliament Building, the City Hall, Place Royale (with the largest surviving ensemble of 17th- and 18th-century buildings in North America), and plenty of awesome restaurants, cafes, and shops.