City, First Time Visitor, Museums / Culture
Kid Friendly: Yes. Children are more than welcome if supervised by an adult
Quebec city is friendly to people with disabilities
Maximum travelers: 10
English (fluent), French (fluent)
Walking tour around the highlights and icons of the Old City
Born and brought up here, believe me, walking Old Québec is the ideal way to feel the local heartbeat and it will definitely increase your desire to see more of what it has to offer after joining my tour.
If you love history, arts, culture, architecture, events or whatever other interest you may have, this city has it all. I'll be more than happy to guide you along charming streets and where it all began in 1608 and what all those who occupied this area have been through to make it become what it is today.
A no stress city it is and a complete tour I'll give.
The tour is meant to accommodate your pace and interest. I am flexible with time.
The highlights seen will start at the meeting point understood covering the following:
Petit Champlain district/Place Royale
Overlook of Citadelle and Plains of Abraham
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: If you arrive at the cruise terminal or different peer number I will meet you there. Please specify name of cruise ship. If you are in a hotel inside or close to the old city limits I will meet you there. If coming from further out I will arrange an easy meeting point.
End location: Anywhere you desire in Old Quebec. Back to your cruise ship if the case.
Duration: 3 hours
My services as a personal tour guide. A ride on the Funicular to the upper level from Petit Champlain district.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
510 cad - This amount is only if you wish to stop briefly to buy a good local coffee or other beverage while admiring the St. Lawrence river from Dufferin Terrace with my commentary on the area.
All you purchase during the tour such as drinks, snacks, souvenirs.
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Danny was great and we really loved the walking tour and all the interesting information he provided. I highly recommend Danny!