Montreal or Quebec City?....

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  1. todd s

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    I am thinking of taking my wife to either Quebec City or Montreal this August. Just wondering which city would you recommend? Also, any recommendations of things to do? I am leaning towards Quebec City, because of its old city section and I enjoy that stuff more.

    Thanks!
     
  2. Micheal

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    I would also pick Quebec City for the same reason.
    Having been to both, take it for what it's worth.
    Just my opinion,

    Mike
     
  3. Moe Maishlish

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    Montreal is more of a party-town, and has it's share of historical/cultural attractions.

    Quebec City is... well... it's kinda boring. Unless you like staring at old buildings (oooooo!) and doing the political tour thing (ahhhhhhh!)...

    Moe.
     
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    QC is one of the most beautiful cities I've ever seen, and Montreal is one hell of a fun town and also well worth seeing. They are not too far apart, only about 3 hours by car, so why not see both? Rent a convertible and take a leisurely drive, that's what we did. If you absolutely put a gun to my head, I would say QC.
     
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    In Quebec City, you can take the ferry at night just to look at the city lights. Buy a one-way ticket and simply stay on the ferry when it reaches the other side.

    In Montreal, you'll be too hammered to notice anything. [​IMG]
     

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