NileGuide Expert Says:
While this street is always bustling, it takes on a life of its own during celebrations such as the Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day (June 23/24) when it becomes a pedestrian-only street and takes on a block party atmosphere.
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The Grande-Allée runs parallel to the Plains of Abraham and is lined with the best that Quebec City has to offer. Nicknamed the "Champs Élysées" of Quebec City, you can rub elbows with politicians grabbing lunch from the nearby Parliament building or the numerous tourists strolling about. Depending on what you want, there is no wrong time to visit Grande-Allée. Days are filled with people bustling or strolling up and down the street, and the nights are filled with exuberant party goers. There is something for everyone.