Visit the historic heart of French Canada on this day trip from Montreal to Quebec City. On your sightseeing tour, see famous landmarks including Place Royale, Notre Dame Basilica, the Parliament Building, Montmorency Falls and the Plains of Abraham as you explore quaint narrow streets filled with old-world charm, and learn about the city’s fascinating French-Canadian history from your guide. Enjoy free time to walk through Old Quebec, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and take a scenic cruise on the St Lawrence River during the months of May through October!
• 12 hours
Experience the period charm of Old Quebec on a two-hour guided walking tour of this historic city's many highlights. This leisurely paced, downhill walking tour is ideal for all visitors to Quebec City; families, individual travelers and small groups.
• 2 hours
Explore the beautiful countryside surrounding Quebec City on a half-day sightseeing tour to magnificent Montmorency Falls - higher than Niagara Falls - and the pilgrimage shrine of Ste-Anne-de-Beaupré. With a choice of morning or afternoon tours, you'll see Quebec's spectacular countryside and visit interesting sites along the way.
• 4.5 hours
Experience the highlights of Quebec City on a sightseeing tour with a friendly, knowledgeable guide. Soak up the French charm of Old Quebec and be enchanted by the old-world atmosphere and stunning beauty of sites such as Place Royal, the Plains of Abraham and Place d'Armes. During your 2-hour coach tour, you'll be shown numerous historical treasures on the banks of the St Lawrence River, giving you a great overview of this amazing city.
• 2 hours
Taste French-Canadian food at its finest on this flavorful, small-group walking tour of Quebec City. Eat like a true local as your in-the-know guide takes you to neighborhood gems in the districts of Old Quebec, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and St-Jean-Baptiste, a neighborhood with colorful, bohemian flair. Indulge in a variety of palate-pleasing regional specialties, including wine, beer, chocolates, syrup, crepes and savory tidbits that will not only keep you fueled throughout the tour, but also will give you a real taste of Quebec City.
• 2.5 hours
One of the best ways to experience all of the charming sites of Quebec City is by foot. On this 2.5-hour private walking tour, visit Place d’Hôtel de Ville, City Hall, Place Royale, the famous Chateau Frontenac hotel and more. You can customize the tour to your interests, and your knowledgable local guide will provide interesting and informative commentary on all the sights you see.
• 2.5 hours
Quebec City’s most noteworthy sights are all mapped out for you to explore at your own pace with this hop-on hop-off bus tour. Enjoy great views and informative commentary as you travel on a London-style double-decker bus, hopping off to sightsee independently in the only remaining walled city in North America. Visit top attractions like Place Royale, Old Port and the Citadel of Québec; check out the pubs on rue Cartier; and stroll through the revitalized Saint-Roch.
• 1 day
While you’re in Quebec City, don’t miss a chance to see some of Canada’s best wildlife on a whale-watching cruise! You’ll travel to Baie-Sainte-Catherine by road and then board either a large, three-level observation boat or a small, open-air zodiac boat for an exciting escapade to look for whales, belugas, seals and other marine life. The fabulous scenery is just a bonus on this adventurous day trip from Quebec City.
• 10 hours
While you’re in port in Quebec City, explore its beautiful surrounding countryside on a half-day sightseeing tour to magnificent Montmorency Falls (higher than Niagara Falls!) and the pilgrimage shrine of Ste-Anne-de-Beaupré. This scenic shore excursion allows you to see Quebec's spectacular natural beauty and visit interesting sites along the way.
• 5 hours
Don’t pass up the chance to see lofty Montmorency Falls on this 4-hour bike tour from Old Quebec. A cable-car ride to the top gives you prime views of the roaring water. You'll also cycle to Domaine de Maizerets, a luxurious estate that was turned into a city park, and spot windsurfers at Beauport Bay against the scenic backdrop of Île d’Orléans. Along the way, an informative guide shares the history of Quebec City. This small-group tour capped at 15 people is sure to please riders of all levels.
• 4 hours