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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
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Quebec City Food Tour
US$ 41.58
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Quebec City Food Tour
US$ 41.58
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.
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1 - 5 of 36 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago
Always fun to take a Food Tour

A Food Tour is a great way to get to know a city. This one was great. Our guide, Clarise, was very knowledgeable about the history of this great city, so we learned all about the battles between the English and the French and how...More

1  Thank sierrasue50
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Pretty Good Food Tour, Group Too Large

I took this food tour on a friends trip. I was originally supposed to take the tour a day earlier, but my flight was cancelled due to weather in my originating city. I wrote to the tour operator on the same day that I was...More

Thank Alden-from-Chicago
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Food? Too much alcohol

Expected food tour, but except for 2 restaurants, all served alcohol (wine etc), so not good for kids or the people who cannot drink alcohol. And restaurants seem to promote their restaurant And a bit old guide is super gentleman and quite knowledgable about history...More

2  Thank Jay P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Awesome tour

We took this tour to learn a little about Qc city and some new places to eat. We were not disappointed, the tour delivered just that. Our tour guide Pierre was excellent and knowledgeable. He was very clear and easy to understand. Throughout the tour,...More

1  Thank Stephen S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Fun time!

Fantastic tour, our Guide Robert S. was awesome. if you're looking for a fun afternoon in the Old Quebec...this is the tour! Thank you again Robert for a great time. My friends from Rhode Island love it!

2  Thank scc21mtlcan
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tahoekr
27 August 2018|
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Response from warren c | Reviewed this property |
we ended in the lower city, but depending on where you hotel is, you will have to walk back. There is a tram, venicular, to the upper part.
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blevans
21 August 2018|
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Response from patleb2015 | Reviewed this property |
I don’t think the tour is vegetarian friendly. The restaurants were prepared for the number of people in the group. If something was served I didn’t like I just didn’t eat!
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4413sugar
17 August 2018|
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Response from SteveWhiz | Reviewed this property |
You should not bring the dog. In general, pets are not allowed in places like restaurants, hotels, stores and most other indoor places.
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