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Quebec City Sightseeing Tour

  • Visit historic Quebec City’s top attractions in just a couple of hours
  • A guided tour means you’ll learn and see more with convenience and ease
  • Travel by bus for a comfortable ride—any time of the year
Quebec City Sightseeing Tour
From US$32.88
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Packed with old-world charm, Quebec City’s UNESCO-listed historic center is a fascinating place to explore. This sightseeing tour takes you straight to Quebec City’s highlights, and traveling by bus ensures a comfortable experience in any season. You’ll see more of the city—from the Fortifications of Quebec to the Plains of Abraham—in a bus than you would on foot or public transportation, while your guide brings local history to life.
What to Expect

At a centrally located departure point in Old Quebec, you’ll board a climate-controlled bus and meet your bilingual guide. If French-speaking passengers are on board, you’ll be treated to an important part of local culture—running commentary in both French and English.

The bus follows a route that’s carefully designed to explore the very best of Quebec City, whose narrow streets and stone architecture have a distinctive, European feel. Pass the old city’s stone fortifications, the Citadelle de Quebec and Notre Dame des Victoires Church, as your guide points out and describes key sights and landmarks.

Learn the story of the Battle of Quebec as you take in the views across the Plains of Abraham, and pause for a photo opp by Fairmont Le Château Frontenac—a dramatic castle hotel in the heart of the old city.

Your sightseeing tour concludes at the original departure point, close to top attractions in the city’s historic center.
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1 - 5 of 19 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago
Was a good way to see the sights so we know where to go back

The bus was a closed coach bus and the driver provided a running commentary. He was quite knowledgable, funny and gave us a good tour. The trip itself was about 90 minutes long which was plenty of time to see the sights and note where...More

Thank Adriane B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Not worth it

Strengths 1. Nice to sit on top of bus on a beautiful day 2. It is a beautiful city Weaknesses 1. Audio does not work well 2. Could not hear any commentary fr guide.... most people just took off ear buds 3. Confusing to hear...More

1  Thank lulukale
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
2 hr bus tour

Our bus driver/tour director was knowledgeable and shared a lot about the city. The bus was clean. The two stops are probably needed for stretching, seeing the lower city, etc. But totalled 45 minutes of the two hours. The bus got extremely hot and stuffy...More

Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed 15 July 2018
Beautiful city that feels like Europe

If you want a lot of details on Quebec City this tour gives you a lot of information. Turns out the guide went a hour over the 2.5 hour described time. Our friends stayed to the end which we did not.

3  Thank joanieg1
Reviewed 13 July 2018 via mobile

This morning, my wife and I were on the 2 hour Québec City bus tour. This bus was mostly enclosed except for small windows on top which you could open. I was using these small windows to take some videos and pictures without the glass...More

1  Thank Duen Y
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Sushil J
20 August 2018|
Response from levyrox | Reviewed this property |
Information Center (12 Rue Sainte-Anne Québec, Qc, G1R 3X2)
30 July 2018|
Response from Frank S | Reviewed this property |
Yes there is parking available usually within a block from one of the stops. Stop number 1 is by chateau Frontenac I recommend starting there and you can buy a pass right from the driver
12 July 2018|
Response from dayna235 |
Either a 1 hour or 2 hour tour, your choice