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Quebec City, Canada, is one of North America’s oldest, and most beautiful, settlements. The sense of French provinciality still echoes off the walls of this old city—in the language, the cuisine and the architecture. Walk the cobblestone alleyways past stone houses, churches and cafés, and admire abandoned military fortifications that at one time helped to hold invading forces at bay. The Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

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L'Échaudé

Follow the locals to this casual French bistro on a cobblestoned street in the Old Port district. The menu includes classics such as duck confit and steak frites, as well as more unusual dishes like black pudding with pan-seared foie gras—all of which pair nicely with the well-priced wine list.

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