The Big Bike Loop

Cultural & Theme Tours in Montréal to Québec City

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Tour description provided by Viator

Come and ride with us on this great 6 hours bike tours in Québec city area! Québec is known for his old town, but get ready to discover what's around it.The majestic St-Laurence River will be your co-pilot for this great bike tour. First start in the old city, Place Royale the cradle of French North America. Meet your guide and get familiar with your bike. As you ride on the bike path discover the beauty of the scenery, The Citadelle way on top, the Promenade Samuel de Champlain so nice along the River, the Québec bridge (circa 1917), the South Shore and the view on the city.  You will also get to ride the ferry boat. Enjoy a picnic with a very good and healthy lunch box  (included). Your guide will be there to inform you about this great historical and beautiful area! Total ride is 21 miles or about 32 KM, most of it on a bike path away from traffic, only one small hill. This is a tour not a race! Upgrade available for electric bike.
This bike ride will make you discover the great surroundings of the city. Start in the old town, meet your guide and let's go! Get ready for history, geography, daily life storys from your guide Mostly on bike path it would be nice, smooth and scenic. You will ride on the Promenade Samuel de Champlain, a beautiful park along the River, then some challenge, go up the small hill who will take you on the famous Québec bridge. You will see it is quite impressive. Once on the south shore, it is very relaxing, riding through the beautiful neighborhoods, parks, marina, village where you will stop for lunch. Being accross from Québec, the south shore and the city of Lévis as a lot of history to offer. Discover the logging history of this town. On the way back you will get to ride the ferry for a breathtaking view of the city and the Château Frontenac

What’s included

  • Local taxes
  • Lunch
  • Bottled water
  • Local guide
  • Professional guide
  • Use of bicycle
  • Use of helmet

What’s not included

  • Gratuities
  • Electric bike pay a extra 20$ directly at the supplier
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