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Quebec City: Old Town and Montmorency Falls Bus Tour

1. Quebec City: Old Town and Montmorency Falls Bus Tour

Your tour begins with a warm welcome as you meet your guide in the center of Old Quebec. Your passionate guide will play the entertaining role of a period character from Quebec’s history, dressed in 17th-century colonial attire. See the Upper and Lower towns of Old Quebec. Discover the city’s highlights from Place d’Armes, Town Hall, Morrin Cultural Center, Governors’ Park, Plains of Abraham, Martello towers, Fontaine de Tourny, to the Parliament of Quebec. Take photos as you learn about the lifestyle of the first arrivals to Quebec.   A short 15-minute drive will lead you to the top of the breathtaking Montmorency Falls. Enjoy 45 minutes to explore the park and walk over the footbridge above the falls. Rejoin the bus for the return drive to Quebec City to admire great views over the water and back toward the city. Tour concludes with your return to the pickup point in Old Quebec.

Levis: History and Food Tasting Walking Tour

2. Levis: History and Food Tasting Walking Tour

Get an insider's view of Levis' historic center on a walking tour alongside an experienced local guide. Visit the town's Notre Dame Church, and learn about the impact the Desjardins International Development Building has on the community. The tour starts at the statue of Chevalier de Levis to enjoy the view from the observation terrace. During the tour we make a stop at Boutique du Quartier for a tasting of local products. The caterer prepares a plate with 3 different scoops of meat and vegetables. The beverage caterer offers you a different herbal tea every week. Sometime the drink is made with eucalyptus. This food stop lasts 15 minutes durions this 2 hours walking tour. You may go back to theBoutique du Quartier for further shoping. This tour is accessible for people with mobility conditions. You should wear good walking shoes.

Quebec City: Half-Day Trip to Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré by Boat

3. Quebec City: Half-Day Trip to Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré by Boat

Go on a half-day river shuttle adventure between Quebec City and Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré. View the lush scenery surrounding St. Lawrence River and visit Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, Montmorency Falls, and Île d’Orléans Chocolate Factory. On the way back, enjoy a comfortable bus. Begin the experience by enjoying a one-way trip aboard a river shuttle with a magnificent view of the St. Lawrence River and the landscapes surrounding Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré. Next, disembark at Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré and take advantage of some free time on a walking tour of the shrine and basilica. Then take an air-conditioned bus to the Montmorency Falls for an up close viewing. Located a mere 15 minutes from Old Québec, Parc de la Chute-Montmorency is a spectacular historic site. Take this opportunity to get close to it and feel all its might. An 83-metre-high waterfall dominates the landscape. After that, hop on an air-conditioned bus to the Île d’Orléans Chocolate Factory and see how chocolate is produced there. Finally, return by bus to Place d’Armes in Quebec City. Depart from the Port of Quebec Harbor near the Louise basin locks. Enjoy a lunch Box and a drink, offered on board.

Quebec: Old City Guided Walking Tour in Winter

4. Quebec: Old City Guided Walking Tour in Winter

Following a passionate, seasoned, experienced local tour guide, you will discover more than 400 years of History. This Old Quebec Winter Walking Tour will first take you through the snowy streets of the walled city. You will admire the famous Fairmont le Château Frontenac, you will make a stop on the Dufferin Terrace and enjoy its vantage point over the St-Lawrence River. You will walk by Old Quebec public squares, proud monuments and beautiful churches such as the Holy Trinity Cathedral and the Notre-Dame-de-Quebec Cathedral and Basilica. Your dedicated period costumed tour guide will then lead you to the Petit-Champlain District, cradle of the french fact in North America, so you can appreciate this outstanding, unique and quaint part of "le Vieux-Québec", at the level of the St-Lawrence River. Winter is in Quebec City’s DNA. Experiencing a winter in Quebec City is one of the best ways to really immerse yourself in our local culture and way of life. The nordicity, the cold, the way our people got adapted to the ambient conditions, is what makes this city distinctive. Accompanied by a historical character, tour the Old Quebec in winter times and forge some unforgettable memories while learning a bit more about how it is for us, and how it has been for our ancestors to live through these Canadian winters.

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What people are saying about Quebec City

Overall rating

4.0 / 5

based on 4 reviews

It was a great experience. The bus is comfortable. We left on time. The tour took us around Quebec city and you get learn about the different point of interests. Our tour guide was very friendly, even offered to take a picture with the falls on the background. It is a good tour to get familiar with the city or if you have walked a lot.

Peter was very friendly! An excellent truly bilingual guide who made us discover Quebec and the Montmorency Falls. Perfect ! Many thanks

The guide Salina was the best. She was friendly , knowledgeable and showed us all the various site with so much enthusiasm.

The bus AC wasn’t working on a very hot day. However, the driver (Celine) was excellent and made the experience worthwhile.

Amazing tour and tour bus driver/guide! Enjoyed every minute of it