Sunset in Quebec

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A setting sun is no reason to call it quits. The city only gets better at night. Consider dining on Grande Allée where sidewalk patios and street-facing restaurants have been a reason to pause since the 19th century. Pop in for a bite now or wander back later when the restaurant scene switches over to live music and nightclubs. After dinner, stroll past National Assembly, the Parliament Building. Free guided tours of the building’s interior, designed in the Second Empire style and built between 1877 and 1886, are available, but you may need to save that for another visit. You can’t miss the intricate Fontaine de Tourny out front—a gift from Simons store to celebrate the city’s 400th anniversary in 2008.

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