Escape to the beautiful countryside around Québec City on this half-day adventure to Montmorency Falls and the Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré. Choose from a morning or afternoon tour experience, then explore the spectacular landscape just outside Québec City. Along the way, visit popular Beaupre Coast tourist attractions like the Chocolaterie de l'Ile d'Orléans and the Cuivres D'Art Albert Gilles (copper art museum).
Experience the sights, sounds and tastes of Quebec City this holiday season on a festive food walking tour. Learn about Quebec City’s fascinating history and culture. Roam the streets — from Petit Champlain to Old Port Quebec City’s Christmas Market — sampling cheeses and meats, chocolates, pastries, apple cider, wine and more from eight of the area’s best shops and restaurants. All tasting fees are included. Reserve a spot on this tasty holiday tour today.
No visit to Montreal is complete without a wander through Old Montreal (Vieux-Montreal), widely considered the best-preserved Old Town in North America. This walking tour takes visitors far from the beaten path and reveals a different side to the historic area, whose highlights include the Old Port and Notre-Dame Cathedral (admission included). Small-group tour limited to 10 people.
See the historical sights of Old Montreal, a.k.a. Vieux-Montréal, on a 2-hour private walking tour. Following a private guide, you'll learn about the city's history, which dates back to 1642, as you visit attractions such as Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours Chapel, Place d'Armes, and the Old Port of Montreal.
With our walking tours, you’ll skip the mundane historical tours and discover the city through a local’s eyes. Experience a tour that will transform the way you travel to make it as much about the people you meet, as it is the places you see. Our local guides (Lokafyers) are passionate about their city and eager to share their knowledge and perspective. Since Lokafyers are not professional guides and tour occasionally, they provide an experience that’s authentic and personal, like a friend showing you around their city. By the end of the tour, you'll feel comfortable navigating the city and confident that you have all the information you need to make the most of your stay.
Since Juin 2018, more than 1500 guests have booked Old Québec Walks - RIVER\CASTLE\TASTING. * A few steps away from the cruise terminal and railway station.* Small group tours for the first time travellers. * Headset is provided. Even during the construction season, the guide is loud and clear to all!* Not only outside, but we also go inside the buildings as well. * Funiculare experience includedThis WALKING TOUR is perfect for first-time travellers to Quebec City. We will enjoy some of the major monuments but also discover some hidden secret places in Old Quebec.It will be an informative and leisure 2-hour tour with an awesome certified guide. No rush, we'll enjoy this beautiful city all along our path. We'll stop at serval hidden spots which are not covered in regular walking tours. We will walk through secret doors, quiet streets and alleys. And we will meet locals, so we can get to know about Québec City and the surrounding areas.
Québec City boasts beautiful architecture and spectacular riverside scenery, but visiting independently means missing the city’s rich history. On this tour, explore Québec by sightseeing bus in a group smaller than you’d find on other similar tours. With your engaging guide dressed in 17th-century colonialist attire, discover top attractions including Montmorency Falls and the Samuel de Champlain statue, and see the best of Québec City with ease.
Get a taste of Montreal's Jewish heritage on this small-group culinary walking tour. Montreal is the birthplace of many Jewish foods and is known around the world for its unique take on Jewish cuisine. Explore the city’s Mile End and Plateau neighborhoods and taste a wide range of exclusive local foods, including smoked meat and bagels, at popular food spots old and new. Along the way, learn more about Montreal’s Jewish community and discover the backyards and alleyways of the city’s hidden Jewish food history.
Includes visit inside of Notre-Dame Basilica! Small group tour = 8 participants maximum. Old Montreal is extra charming in the winter! Blanketed in snow, the carpet of white really helps showcase the enchanting architecture and unique features of our old city. Enjoy this fun and informative 3-hour winter walking tour experience in the historical district where you will discover the history, buildings, streets and stories that make up one the most picturesque parts of Montreal. The tour pops in and out of various places to ensure your comfort.
Join a Lokafyer guide for a personalized walking tour of Quebec City that’s less a traditional tour, and more like a friend showing you around the city. Since you’ll connect with the guide to talk or chat before meeting up, you can customize the experience to your interests, whether you’re searching for the best local restaurants or just wondering what to see in Quebec City.
With limited time in Montreal, this small-group half-day tour ensures you don’t miss any of the highlights. Visit Olympic Park and take in the views from the Olympic Tower, enjoy a scenic boat cruise along the St. Lawrence River, and see sights including Notre Dame Basilica, Mount Royal, and the Old Port of Montreal.
Travelers that want to see more of Quebec, in just a few hours, avoid the hassle of renting a car and planning an itinerary with this convenient, private tour from Quebec City. After hotel pickup, leave everything to your guide as you visit top area sights. Highlights include the must-see Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, Ile d'Orleans (Orleans Island), and a waterfront lunch—at your own expense. Along the way, sit back and let your guide drive, so you can really enjoy the scenery.
Art connoisseurs and curious travelers alike will find much to admire on this small-group walking tour of Montreal. A guide shares local knowledge of the city’s best street art, covering some 35 murals and other artworks in just a few hours. You'll meander through the hip Plateau neighborhood—a great way to experience Montreal off the beaten path.
Get a personal introduction to downtown Montréal on a two-hour private walking tour that offers flat-rate pricing for your group of up to 8 people. You’ll see the heart of the city, then go beneath the streets to explore a network of shops, restaurants, museums, apartments, and sites in the ‘Underground City.’ With an expert guide to lead the way, learn about the fascinating history and culture of Quebec’s biggest city, the perfect way to get your bearings in Montréal.
Enjoy the view of Québec City and the surrounding countryside from the water on this sightseeing cruise along the Saint-Lawrence River. Set sail from the Cap Diamant to Montmorency Falls, the perfect combination of nature and culture. Take in the stunning view from three distinctive exterior terraces, with commentary from a costumed guide dressed as the French-Canadian explorer Louis Jolliet. See the Québec City skyline and cruise beneath the famous Fairmont Le Château Frontenac hotel. A variety of beverages and snacks are available for purchase on board the boat.
Step back to an era when Montréal was known as “Sin City” and had a notorious red light district. On this walking tour, follow your burlesque-queen guide through the city’s entertainment district and back in time, learning about Montréal’s heyday when gambling dens, alcohol, and burlesque halls filled the streets.
The Stewart Museum in Montreal is the place to go to learn about the history and culture of this region of Canada. With this handy entrance ticket you can go straight into the History and Memory exhibit without having to line up. That means you can spend more time exploring the nearly 500 objects on display over the two floors of the exhibit.
Calling all fashion lovers. This exclusive guided shopping experience pairs you with your own vintage style coach to delve deep into Montreal’s unique boutiques. Hunt for one-of-a-kind pre-owned treasures, that you definitely won’t find anywhere else. Small-group tours are completely customized, with hands-on tips and feedback from your guide.
While docked at the Port of Québec, escape to the beautiful countryside around Québec City on this half-day adventure to Montmorency Falls and the Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré. Choose from a morning or afternoon tour experience, then explore the spectacular landscape just outside Québec City. Along the way, visit popular Beaupre Coast tourist attractions like the Chocolaterie de l'Ile d'Orléans and the Cuivres D'Art Albert Gilles (copper art museum).
With its historic streets and grand monuments, Old Montréal is one of the city’s most atmospheric districts. This small-group walking tour is limited to just six people, ensuring a personalized experience and the undivided attention of your guide. Admire landmarks such as Place d’Armes, Place Jacques-Cartier, and Place Royale; pay a visit to the magnificent Notre-Dame basilica; and stop for refreshments (included) along the way.
This North City bike ride ventures deep into the vibrant, eclectic, must-see ‘hoods of the Plateau, Mile-End, Little Italy, and Mile-Ex. You will ride parks, quiet streets and laneways, spot murals and street art, and visit the Jean-Talon farmer’s market. A real taste of authentic Montreal lifestyle! Even locals have discovered many things not seen before on this route. This tours includes a comfy yet stylish bike, helmet (optional) and stop for a famous Montreal bagel.
See the underground city that sprawls beneath downtown Montreal on a guided tour that explores art, history, and local landmarks. Visiting Montreal’s underground city with a local guide means you’ll hear all the stories behind the sites, using the city’s automated metro to get from place to place. With the option to add a trip the 45th floor observation deck in Place Ville Marie, this is a great introduction for first time visitors to Montreal—and you’ll stay warm and dry along the way.
Take a day trip from Montreal to Canada’s capital, Ottawa, without the hassle of planning transport and an itinerary. Go with a guide who knows the best ways around the city to ensure you get to the highlights in limited time. Explore Parliament Hill, browse ByWard Market, and see the Senate of Canada Building. With a maximum of six participants on this tour, you can expect personalized attention.
Getting off the beaten path in Montreal can be difficult on your own. This tour begins with a guided bike ride that takes in backstreets of the Plateau, Old Montreal, and the Lachine Canal, culminating in an afternoon trip to Scandi-style boat spa, Bota Bota. With lunch included and logistics taken care of, you can enjoy a dream day that would be hard to arrange independently.