Everyday life in Quebec predisposes to a fun, quiet life, and the tendency to nervousness is not well received. Public transport drivers do not tire of greeting all passengers individually, and polite moderation is a norm similar to living in a single-family house - they accept them as a standard.

The old city of Quebec is an original homage to Europe. Generous lighting enhances the magic of the small streets and makes them similar to those in the Latin Quarter of Paris. The carriages are reminiscent of Vienna, and the stairs on the facades are reminiscent of London. There are restaurants, cafes and bars of all kinds, shops welcome you at a late hour with selected souvenirs, and galleries offer unique things for every taste.