Visiting with Via: The Québec City Train Station and Nearby Historic Places

Via rail travelers stopping in Québec City will arrive at the Gare du Palais, Québec City’s historic train station. The station was constructed in 1915 by H.E. Prindle and the building’s style drew inspiration from the architecture of the châteaux of the Loire Valley. Located in Lower Town, the station is less than a 10 minute walk from some of the city’s most famous historic places. Learn more about the station and the many historic places nearby with the visitlist below!

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