Historical Walking and Tasting Tour in Old Quebec: Immerse yourself into Quebec City's fascinating history along with a seasoned guide and discover some hidden treasures while enjoying local-flavored tastings.
- Exclusive access to the historical gardens to enjoy a holistic green smoothie at Augustines' Monastery, site of the continent's first hospital north of Mexico
- 1608 hard cheese made from 100% Canadienne breed and European-inspired organic dry sausage from Charlevoix with a glass of healthy local kombucha with boreal flavours at Le Local
- Colourful seasonal vegetable creation with a glass of fruity white wine (Vandal-Cliche) from Vignoble Ste-Pétronille on Ile d'Orleans at Bistro L'Orygine
- Traditional maple taffy on the snow at La Petite Cabane à Sucre de Québec
The walking tour includes 3 tasting stops at different locations in Old Quebec. Meet with local producers and learn about the culture.
It also includes access to the funicular connecting Upper and Lower Town.
The itinerary includes: Petit Séminaire, Parc Montmorency, Maison Louis-Jolliet, Place Royale, Funicular, Dufferin Terrace, Ursulines Convent, Holy Trinity Church, Morrin Centre, St-Jean Street and others.
Quebec City has a lot of steep hills and streets. The itinerary includes steps and therefore is not recommended for people with reduced mobility. No wheelchairs.
Tour operates on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays only. From June 23rd to October 7th inclusively.
French departure at 11am and English departure at 3pm with duration of 2.5 hours.