It was the perfect time to be in Quebec for the first time, with winter on its tail end and with less crowd. It was as if we had the whole town to ourselves, more time to enjoy the sights, take unobstructive photos and just...More
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.