Begin your tour with an excursion into one of Quebec's best-kept secrets: the Augustines' Monastery gardens. In the very heart of Old Quebec, this quiet courtyard reminds us of the importance of the early settlers Louis Hébert and his wife Marie Rollet, who played a crucial role in the development of the colony.
Then as you resume your journey through the city's most charming streets, you'll taste along the way various locally produced goods such as cheeses, sausage, smoothie, vegetables, and maple taffy. As you meet with local producers and learn about the regional terroir and its evolution through time, you'll be able to grasp all the richness of Quebec's history and culinary scene.
This historical walking and tasting tour also includes an ascent to Upper Town aboard the funicular, which will let you admire all the beauty of the Petit-Champlain borough and the St. Lawrence River below.
Upon purchase of the ticket, you will receive an email confirmation with e-ticket/e-voucher within two days. Tours and tickets are subjected to availability and are not confirmed until a second confirmation email is received.
Cicerone Desk, inside of the Tourist Information Center, 12 Rue Sainte-Anne, Québec, QC G1R 3X3, Canada