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Small-Group Quebec City Food Tour

Highlights
  • Learn about Quebec City’s history and food scene on this walking tour
  • Explore vibrant neighborhoods such as Old Quebec and St. Jean Baptiste 
  • Includes 15 tastings of dishes such as poutine, wine, and chocolate 
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Small-Group Quebec City Food Tour
From US$40.80
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Small-Group Quebec City Food Tour
From US$40.77
Overview
Explore Quebec City’s food scene and learn about the city’s history on this small-group walking tour. You’ll taste 15 local items, including crepes, maple candy, and smoked salmon, as you hear commentary about from your guide about hip the St. Jean-Baptiste district and UNESCO-listed Old Quebec. The tour includes all tastings, and a small group means plenty of opportunity to ask questions.
What to Expect
Meet your guide at the Quebec Tourist Information Center prior to your departure time, and then begin walking through the UNESCO-listed neighborhood of Old Quebec.

Learn about the neighborhood’s rich history and architecture en route to two eateries, where you'll enjoy traditional food and wine, followed by a spot known for its maple products.

Then, head to the bohemian district of St. Jean Baptiste and walk past Parliament, the Grand Theatre, and more—stop to sip microbrews, sample French bistro fare, and satisfy your sweet tooth at a creperie and chocolate shop.

Tour concludes at the original departure point.
Write a ReviewReviews (26)

1 - 5 of 26 reviews

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Depends on guide

I read great reviews about this tour. Unfortunately, our guide was tired and spent no time discussing Quebec or this city. She did mention how great and special the next stop would be (and some were).

2  Thank writingprof
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Great Guide and Great Experience

We highly recommend this tour. Our Guide Harry was A1 and if possible you should request him. Very informative and friendly. Each stop wine or cider or tea and food sample. Very pleasant way to spend a few hours !!

Thank Peggy L
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Too much uphill walking, too little food

This tour is 1 km of hard uphill walking. Several of us struggled to keep up. Some people dropped out because the hills are too much even for a young person. We needed water, but there was no place to get any. By the end...More

4  Thank SteveWhiz
Reviewed 12 May 2018
Fun Tour

Our guide Pierre took us around inside and outside the walls of the city. Walking along hearing the history and stories of the neighborhoods and buildings on the way. But the essence of the tour is local foods, and we were well satisfied with the...More

Thank warren c
Reviewed 9 May 2018 via mobile
Food tour with local friends

Great food tour on a cool May Day . Tour guide spoke both French and English beautifully. The tour visited some good local restaurants, gave some historical perspectives and overall we had a great time! Even our local friends were impressed with knowledge of our...More

Thank Chrisg1219
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travelingfamily4Ma
2 May 2018|
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Response from KootenayKathy | Reviewed this property |
Restaurants likely vary over the season but last winter we stopped at places where we were served ham crepes, poutine, maple syrup and tea, smoked salmon, and I can’t remember the rest. I don’t have allergies so did not pay... More
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Sula U
15 April 2018|
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Response from hutch08 | Reviewed this property |
We started at 2:00 and ended at 4:30. There is about 3 miles of walking and 7 stops.
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sas855
14 April 2018|
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Response from Tyler L | Reviewed this property |
I do not remember many vegetarian options on this tour.
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