Montreal is the headquarters of the famous DAVIDsTea and home to a diverse tea culture. On this 4.5-hour tour that includes both walking and taxi rides, meet the top tea makers in the city with the help of a certified guide. Tasting different teas along the way, visit a Victorian-style mixology bar in Montreal's trendy Mile End, a Chinese tea company that’s one of the world’s top importers, and a French tea importer. A formal afternoon tea completes your tea education.
Satisfy your appetite for flavors and sights on this 4.5-hour food walking tour of Montreal’s Chinatown. A knowledgeable guide takes you to seven venues to taste a variety of culinary delights, including crispy pork, barbecue pork and duck, and Hong Kong–style dim sum. Learn how to make a Bahn Mi sandwich, sample Chinese pastries at a bakery and drink tea made from leaves grown on farms in China. Along the way, gain insight into Chinatown’s history and evolution to its mix of people and cultures today.
Ride 12.5 miles (20 kilometers) on the scenic roads of Ile d'Orleans during this guided electric bike tour in Quebec City. You can focus on the scenery and the experience while your guide takes care of navigation; you'll make stops for chocolate and strawberry tastings, as well as sampling varietals at a local winery. Along the way, listen to insightful commentary on the area's culture, agriculture, and history.