Explore the city in a Private Walking Tour with your own Local Guide
Come discover the cradle of French America and walk in the footsteps of its first settlers.
Discover the history of French and English from 1608. Both its architecture, its military and religious history but also the Quebec of today. A walk through the most beautiful areas of the low and high city.
Old Quebec will surprise you with its beauty and history.
Discover the most beautiful places for photography to complete your travel album.
You will have the chance to walk in the historic streets of Old Quebec, starting with the lower town, then we will take the funicular or the stairs to go up in the upper town (you can choose what suits you best).
In the upper town, we will continue to visit the historic places such as the Dufferin Terrace, The Basilica of Quebec, Holy Trinity the first Anglican Church outside the British Isles.
The best viewpoints for your photography.
It will be my pleasure to customize this tour according to your interests and requests.
My goal is to make your visit to Quebec unforgettable
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: There is plenty of location we could meet.
At your hotel, at the Airport, at the Cruise Terminal or near by a Historic Monument.
End location: Will stop the tour at your hotel or any location in the downtown area at your convenience. If you're on a ship, I will walk you back at the pier.
Duration: 3 hours
This is a walking tour.
* Me as a professional guide
* Sightseeing tour of Quebec City, Walk around the old historic section of Québec
* Panoramic stop(s)
* Picture stops
Estimated Local Cash Needed
15 Canadian - Refreshment and snack
- Any food or drink
- Any personnel purchases or expenses
As a licensed guide, I have no restrictions.
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Lynn gave us a fabulous tour of Old Quebec. Her knowledge of Quebec, French & English history was amazing. Her own ancestry was also very interesting. She also pointed out good places to eat & drink around Quebec.