I think Quebec City is the most European city in North America. If you use a beautiful word to describe Quebec City, it is not enough! Rue Saint-Jean, another particularly lively neighbourhood in Quebec's Upper Town, is lined with a variety of restaurants, shops, snacks, bars, etc. on both sides of the street. Visitors are also coming and going. There are also many street performers performing here. Because Qubec City uses French as its main language, although I want to use yelp to see if there are any restaurants worth recommending, I have not seen it. Just stop and see that there are people waiting outside the door on the right hand side. It seems that there are quite a lot of people inside, and it is very interesting that you can see what the waiters are making on the scene through the doors and windows, and stand there for a long time. A little touch, this is like a restaurant with a practice pizza! After dinner, I walked along this street for a long time, and the shops on both sides could not help but want to go in and see! Although a few nights have already smashed several stores, it does not affect the excitement of this street! After all, many bars are still attracting the patronage of many customers. Many of the street seats feel quite casual, just the weather is not hot, and it is quite pleasant to have a drink. Of course, during the day, there are many people who enjoy afternoon tea or lunch. The flow of people from Wagner Wagner is still very lively! There are also a lot of street performers on this street. The instrument played by this little brother has never been seen before, but the thing in his hand is very common among street performers in North America. It is also amazing to be able to make different tones.