Quebec City, Quebec
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Demenagement La Capitale
3260 avenue Watt, local 102,
Demenagement La Capitale Saguenay
1243 rue de la Manic,
Demenagement Deslauriers, Inc
1060 rue Andre-Line,
Demenagement La Capitale
6674 avenue de l'Esplanade,
Central Maine Storage, Co.
78 Rice St.,
Quebec City, Quebec Moving Companies
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With more than 400 years of history and a beautiful skyline, Quebec City is one of the most original metropolises in all of Canada. While the city is located in a prominently French-speaking province, many of the residents living in Quebec City are bilingual, and the city has a distinct Old World Europe feel. Quebec City is also the second-largest city in the province behind Montreal.
According to the 2011 Canadian Census, there were more than 765,000 residents living in Quebec City, and many people are beginning to call Quebec City home, as the area experienced a 6.5 percent increase in population from 2006 to 2011. Quebec City is also unique because it is one of the only walled cities with cobblestone streets in North America, which contributes more to its European atmosphere.
Activities and Attractions in Quebec City
Quebec City is well-regarded as a tourist hub, so there are many things to do and places to explore. In fact, Lonely Planet calls it the "crown jewel of French Canada." One of the best neighbourhoods to visit as a new resident to Quebec City is Old Quebec, a UNESCO-protected site with tons of military and religious history thanks to the Citadel and the Notre Dame de Quebec Basilica Cathedral. You might feel like you are stepping back in time to Renaissance-era Europe, especially in the Rue Saint Jean and Rue Saint Louis. In this neighbourhood, you might want to ditch your car and opt for a horse-drawn carriage ride.
For nature lovers, the great outdoors is just minutes away too, especial at the Parc de la Chute-Montgomery, which is considered one of the most spectacular natural wonders in the province. Aside from the beautiful river that flows through this park, there is also an 83-metre high waterfall (30 metres higher than Niagara Falls) that always wows residents and visitors alike.
Moving to Quebec CityQuebec City is located near several of the province's most travelled thoroughfares, including the Trans Canadian Highway and several other highways, so getting around by car shouldn't be a problem with your Quebec City moving company. However, if you would rather opt for North American Van Lines' vehicle transportation service, you can fly into Quebec City Jean Lesage International Airport, which is 13 kilometres from the city, and let northAmerican do all of the heavy lifting for you. You can even try other excellent services offered from northAmerican to make your relocation to Quebec City even easier, including box and furniture inventory, clean-up and unpacking as well as no-surprise pricing.