Named after the French commander of the forces facing the British during the so-called "French and Indian War" (1754-1763), this district just southwest of old Quebec City offers both a traditional residential neighborhood and a vibrant, youth-oriented area. If you're visiting Quebec and want to find some of the most interesting restaurants - anything from traditional French and Canadian (have you tried pountine?) to Asian - then Montcalm is the place to go. The area is filled with pubs with outdoor seating (in season, of course; this is Canada, after all) to shops and galleries.
Built between 1800 and 1804, this cathedral was the first Anglican cathedral built under the... Read more