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Quebec City Walking Tour

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Highlights
  • Experiencing Quebec City with a guide means you’ll see and understand more
  • Visit pedestrian-only sites in the heart of the historic city
  • Follow a gentle, downhill-only route from Upper Town to Lower Town
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Quebec City Walking Tour
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Overview
Filled with narrow lanes and pedestrian-only streets, the historic center of Quebec City is best explored on foot. This guided walking tour ensures you won’t miss the details that make the city so fascinating. Take advantage of Quebec City’s layout by following a downhill route from beginning to end, as a guide shares stories from the fortified city that’s the beating heart of French Canada.
What to Expect

Make your way to a central location in Quebec City’s Upper Town, and then join your guide for a small-group tour of the historic center—a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Set out on foot to running commentary on the modern-day culture and long history of Quebec City, passing stone buildings with a distinctly European feel. You’ll see the Fortifications of Quebec, and learn the important role that the city walls once played.

Pass La Citadelle de Quebec (Quebec Citadel), an active military installation and the official residence of the Canadian monarch, then take in Notre Dame des Victoires—one of the oldest stone churches in Canada.

Cross Place Royale, often called the birthplace of French America, and wrap up the tour near the base of the Old Quebec Funicular, where you can hop a ride back up to the Upper Town without retracing your steps uphill.
Reviews (721)
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Reviewed yesterday
Excellent

Enjoyed every minute. Robert was very knowledgeable about the history of the city, had a good sense of humour great 2 hours. Very beautiful city. Well worth the money and time.

Thank Anne Q
Reviewed yesterday
Excellent tour

Our tour guide Yves Tardif made this an excellent experience. He was funny, entertaining and knowledgeable. He took his time and even spent an extra half hour more than what was scheduled to make sure we saw everything he felt we needed to see. I'd...More

1  Thank Prairieschooner
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Highly recommended to see the most interesting spots

We took this tour in November so it was very cold but we had a great time. We went to all the interesting places in old Quebec. Our Guide Robert Vandermeer was awesome. He speaks perfect English, as he is actually from Michigan. He has...More

1  Thank vossi912
Reviewed 1 week ago
Great Way To Explore Old Town

We booked this tour in advance, but it appeared that it wasn't necessary. There were three guides/groups for the time slot we booked. The tour covered much of the upper old town, ending in the lower town. It provided a good introduction (learned our way...More

1  Thank 22Maui
Reviewed 1 week ago
Entertaining and happy to engage

Wove the story well into the tour Made links to past movies such as Hitchcock’s I confess and was more than happy to answer all our questions and more

Thank John M
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JacquelineTodd
3 November 2018|
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Response from Dick V | Reviewed this property |
Our tour was advertised as 2 hours plus. It turned out to be 2hrs 45 min. Our guide was terrific and always had a lot to say that was worthwhile.
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Richard S
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Andrea C
12 October 2018|
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Response from Jeffrey D | Reviewed this property |
I didn’t see that option in the literature. Perhaps with the private tours.
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