Classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 1985, the city of Québec, capital of the province of Québec, is the only remaining entirely fortified city in North America and dominates the St. Lawrence River. Founded in 1608 by Samuel de Champlain, Québec was the first permanent European settlement in New-France. The city’s buildings and monuments are models of its rich architectural history and give Québec its renowned European flair. Discover the Plains of Abraham, the Notre-Dame Church, Place-Royale, the National Assembly, the Citadelle, the Montmorency Falls and the famous Château Frontenac. See if you can resist the ambiance of Québec City!