During this nicely paced 2.5-hour walking tour, you will see the Upper Town and Lower Town of Old Quebec through its history, architecture and culture. You will stroll portions of Dufferin Terrace, providing views and details of the Chateau Frontenac, St-Lawrence River and Plains of Abraham-Citadel. See and learn about the fortifications, Ursuline's Convent, City-Hall and the courtyard of the Seminary situated among several beautiful churches, all of which are inside the walled city!
As you meander to the Lower Town (oldest area of Quebec City), you will view the Old Port Marina, alongside a quaint 'antique & art' district. The informative walk leads you to the "Place Royale", the birthplace of Quebec City. A few more steps and you'll arrive on Petit Champlain Street, one of the oldest commercial streets in North America. Your knowledgeable guide will point out all things of interest, and you'll also get suggestions on what to do next in Quebec City as well as be able to ask as many questions as you want!
The experienced guides make the difference- they know and love their city. They’ll take you on a one of a kind walk through Old Quebec that is as informative as it is unusual. Each of the guides can show you Quebec from a different angle and a fresh perspective.