Historic Centre of Quebec

It is one of the most visited places in the region and forms the interior of the fortifications of the city. The historic centre was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985 and has a high number of attractions such as parks, squares, monuments, museums, theatres and teaching centres. Among them you can find the building of the Parliament of Quebec, the city Hall, the oldest hospital of North America, which corresponds to the Hotel-Dieu of Quebec, the castle of Frontenac, the park of the Esplanade, that of the Artilla, that of the governors, the Gardens of the town Hall, the United Nations Square, the Youville, the Duffin Terrace, the Museum of the French America and the theatre of the Quebec Conservatory.