Art inspiring and romantic settings to contemplate
This "Classic Tour" is one to fulfill the desire of visitors who have little time and want to see the highlight spots of the city. After driving around the Old City, with desired pause for pictures, we will be stopping at the renowned Montmorency Falls for a portion of the time spent together.
Aside all the historic happenings, an architecture with a european flavor in North America, this city has much to show thanks to artists that invested their talent and time being inspired by the landscape and local life. At the Falls where useful progress made it's way, you will recognize the romantic site it has always been and still attracting many lovers today.
From the starting point we will see the important and renowned names of the city that Quebec got it's reputation from and finish off with the wonderful and impressive Montmorency Falls.
Petit Champlain district
Place d'Armes & Chateau Frontenac
St. Jean street
Plains of Abraham
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: I will greet you at the peer you are docked or the hotel you are at with specifying after agreement how to identify. Peer = your name. Hotel = my look :)
End location: If from a cruise ship I will drop you off there if you desire so or elsewhere in the Old city. If from a hotel, I will drop you at same place as pick up or anywhere in the Old City.
Duration: 4 hours
In a comfortable and recent model Grand Caravan with A/C for a maximum of 6 passengers. If group is larger there is an option for a GM Econoline or Transit model.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
15 cad - If your desire is to take the cable car from bottom to top of Falls. This cost is approximate as it could change, but also would be less if age less than 16.
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We spent a delightful day with Danny. His knowledge of the history of Quebec is phenomenal. He also grew up in Quebec City, part of a working class family, and shared a bit of his personal experience with us. We saw parts of Quebec that we would have otherwise never seen. Great tour guide!