For nearly a month around Christmas, the streets of the Lower Town twinkle with lights and echo with the sounds of carolers. You will find beautiful decorations, crèches, street theatre and dozens of Christmas trees; but if wandering the narrow streets leaves you chilled, make your way to the themed exhibits at the Musée de la civilization and the Musée de l’Amérique Française. Midnight historical dinners at the Plains of Abraham’s Martello Tower are also part of the tradition. Regular admission prices apply at the museums.
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Quebec City is the capital of the Quebec province in Canada. This city is abundant with great architecture, rich culture and is also known to be the most historical city in Canada. This place is also internationally famous for its "Summer Festival" and the "Winter Carnival". A city which certainly calls for more exploration.