Jardin des Gouverneurs

Québec City

Overlooking the St Lawrence River is this leafy gem of a city park, with a monument to legendary generals James Wolfe and Louis-Joseph Montcalm on a shared pedestal. Even in peak season, it's a peaceful refuge from the holidaying masses.

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