Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Christmas in Quebec City: Small-Group Gourmet Food Tour. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Despite not so favouriable weather, this was the best start to our Christmas Eve in a great city. Our guide Harry was great, knowledgeable, fun and happy to share personal traditions and stories about "his" Quebec while introducing us to the sights and tastes of Christmas in Quebec.
The stops were good, the food yum and all-round a great time and something a bit different to experience in the city.
Fantastic! Jocelynne (sp?) was a warm and wonderful guide. This was definitely a highlight of our trip!
The tour was great. What made it so great was that we had an excellent tour guide (Carole). She was pleasant and informative. Will recommentd this tour to our friends. We are also look into at participating in the four hours tour next time in Quebec City.
Dianne and Gordon
Despite bitter cold, howling winds and snow, our guide made the tour tour fun and interesting. Christmas in QC is truly magical and the food tour added to our enjoyment of this beautiful city and unique culture.
My guide, Neil, was awesome! Not only was he informative on the food scene but he was entertaining and equally informative on city sites and history. He was most enjoyable and I would suggest others go to his tour in the future. I love Quebec City and now I love it even more.
The tour took us to places that we may never have discovered on our own. The visit to the market down by the St. Lawrence was fantastic, and the tastings were so delicious that we returned to several of the tour stops during the remaining days of our visit.
The tour was informative and fun. A tour guide was knowledgeable, witty and gave us extra info about good food places in Quebec. Highly recommend this tour!
Margarette our guide was clever and very enjoyable.
The group was over 20 and a bit too big for all the stops on the walk.
The best stop was the market place. The vendors were friendly and the sausage and ice ciders was a great treat.