Immerse yourself in French-Canadian history and devour culinary delights on this gourmet food tour of Québec City. Meet your guide in the center of Old Quebec and set out on foot to discover historic sights like Notre-Dame de Quebec Cathedral, Québec City Hall, and Royale Square. Follow your guide to some of the city's top restaurants as you indulge in a 5-course tasting menu that includes organic charcuterie, wine pairings, and a classic flambé prepared right at your table. Group size is limited to 10 for a more personal experience.
Touring with Brian is like being shown around town by an old friend who knows the sites plus those little gems that tourists never find.On this sit back and relax, 6hr tour, Brian, your self-employed private guide, will offer you personalised commentary, to match your interests/background. He can customise/adapt your itinerary to meet your wants/needs/abilities.You will enjoy the pastoral landscapes of the Island of Orleans, sample local delicacies/wines at charming family businesses and have a delightful lunch, in a breathtaking setting. In the Old City, you will marvel at sites that earned our UNESCO World Treasure designation, retrace 500 years of North American history, gain a new perspective on the French Indian War/American War of Independence, learn why the British and Americans desperately wanted Québec.By adding another hour and a few dollars, Brian can also show you around the Ste-Anne de Beaupré basilica.
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.
Get a taste for Quebec’s surging wine industry during this half-day or full-day small-group wine tasting trip from Montreal. Get the red carpet treatment from local vineyard owners as you enjoy insider tours and tastings at two or three wineries, choosing between a half-day afternoon trip or full-day experience. Take a workshop to learn tasting techniques to identify various wine flavor notes, testing your skill with a blind taste test, and enjoy a sampling of local cheeses. During the full-day excursion you’ll also receive a gourmet lunch.
Leave the crowds behind during this half-day Montreal bike tour, covering the city’s top architecture, food, neighborhood life, and history with a local guide. Pick from among two unique tour options, each of which explores a different cross-section of this historic city’s diverse neighborhoods and fascinating culture. Best of all, keep your bike rental for the rest of the day after your tour ends. This bike tour of Montreal also includes a helmet, 21-speed bike, bottled water, one food tasting and a glass of beer or wine in historic Old Montreal.
With 450 miles (650 km) of bike paths, Montreal was meant to be discovered by bicycle. During this 3-hour guided tour, cycle through the city’s various neighborhoods, main attractions and the most unusual locations. Your in-the-know guide takes you around the most popular districts and shows you lesser-known gems. This small-group tour is limited to just 13 people, ensuring a memorable experience. Once the tour ends, enjoy a complimentary drink (with or without alcohol) at a local establishment of the Old-Montreal near Ça Roule.
Visit Quebec’s beautiful wine country on this guided, half-day or full-day tour, ice wine and cider-tasting tour from Montreal. With a small group, visit two (half-day) or three (full-day) local wineries for private tastings and exclusive tours. Discover the secrets behind the region’s world-renowned products: ice wines and ciders.
On this 9hr riding/walking tour you can relax, as your guide Brian personalises his commentary to match your interests/background/needs. Brian will give you an intimate tour of the Basilica/Shrine of Ste-Anne de Beaupré, using audio equipment that provides privacy and flexibility. You will admire the pastoral landscapes of the Island of Orleans, the magnificent Montmorency Falls, have a lunch in a stunning setting and visit a couple of charming, family businesses, to sample local delicacies/wines and see things that only the locals know about.Ending with a 2hr downhill walk of the City, you will retrace 500 years of North American history that earned the City its UNESCO World Treasure designation. You will learn how Champlain created a fur trading network extending through the midwest. You will gain a new geo-political perspective on the French Indian War and the American War of Independence and learn why the British and then the Americans so desperately wanted Québec City.
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.
Travel the short distance from Quebec City to the historic island that sits in the St. Lawrence River for a taste of local fare. Stop first at the place renowned for its award winning liqueurs to sample Crème de Cassis and blackcurrant treats. Next to a fromagerie for a taste of Quebecois cheese. The final stop is an apple orchard where you can indulge in the fruits of their labor.
Take a trip from Quebec City to Orleans Island (Île d’Orléans) and indulge in wine tastings at four local vineyards without having to worry about driving. Discover a variety of local wines, and find out more about this fertile island in the St. Lawrence River from your guide. You’ll also get views of Montmorency Falls from the road during the return journey back to town.
Cover the highlights of Quebec City on this personalized, half-day tour of the city’s top sights, available in both French and English. See iconic landmarks like Parliament House and the Tournay Fountain, and learn how Champlain created a fur-trading network along the St-Laurence River. You’ll also listen to in-depth background on the French Indian War as well as the American War of Independence.
On this 7hr armchair adventure tour, you will sit back and relax as Brian, your self-employed private guide will personalise his commentary to match your interests/background and within the allotted time/price customise/adapt your itinerary to meet your wants/needs/abilities. You will view the the spectacular vistas of the Jacques-Cartier River. At the Laval University Forest Studies a network of logging roads will lead you a log cabin, with a panoramic view of the river gorge and a pier dominating a 100 foot falls that even locals ron't know about. Then you will sit down to a 7 course, gourmet picnic, with an assortement of local wines and other fare.
On this 5hr of this car tour, Brian, your self-employed, private guide will personalise his commentary according to your interests/background and within the allotted time/price, customise/adapt the itinerary to meet your wants/needs/abilities: no stops; a few stops/steps; some travelers step into a building, others not.You will discover the principle sites of the Old Town, plus Parlement House, the Fountain of Tournay, the Western Fortifications and the Plains of Abraham Park. You will explore how Champlain created a fur trading network through the midwest all the way to New Orleans. Get a new perspective on the relationship between Québec City, the French Indian War and the American War of Independance.After the first 3hrs of touring, you will stop for an exquisite meal at the Le Ciel (heaven) revolving restaurant, atop the Le Concorde hotel and get a birds eye view of the Plains of Abraham Park, the Québec Bridge, the Citadel and Parlement House.Audio equipment = privacy.