A Walk through Old Quebec & Wine Tasting
Discover the European charm of the first French city in North America as you enjoy a short funicular ride to reach the castle-like Château Frontenac. It was here that Roosevelt, Churchill and MacKenzie King met to discuss their strategy during World War II. From the romantic boardwalk of Dufferin Terrace, you will have a spectacular view of the St Lawrence River, Ile d'Orléans, and the Laurentian Mountains. Walk through the walled city past Place d’Armes, the Seminary of Québec and the Ursuline Convent. In the heart of the lower town, the Place Royale is surrounded by the former homes of wealthy merchants. The square is also home to North America’s oldest standing Catholic Church—Notre-Dame des Victoires. Stroll through the charming pedestrian-only area of Petit Champlain. Among its narrow cobblestone streets you will find an array of quaint boutiques, specialty shops, and outdoor cafés. Stop at one of Québec's most historical buildings to sample a variety of wines from the Province of Quebec.
Minimum age is 18 years. Please be advised that walking tours can have up to 2 hours of walking depending on the tour. Wear comfortable walking shoes.