#1 Old Quebec Food & Cultural Tour

The Top 10 Fun Places to visit in Quebec City!

363_365_dec28-3By Kimberly Handfield Between the sidewalk cafes and cobblestones streets the capital of the province is waiting for you to discover it. In all seasons this city is both picturesque and widely vibrant.


10. Stroll around the streets of the Quartier Petit-Champlain

Le Quartier Petit-Champlain is one of Quebecs quaint neighborhoods. Lined with boutiques, artists, shows, cafés and restaurants, one could spend a whole day discovering its streets and backstreets. 363_365_dec28-8

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9. Go on a helicopter tour with Go Heli

This is a tour you’ll never forget. Go Heli offers helicopter rides that allow you to discover Quebec’s amazing landscape and beauty. It is simply breathtaking!


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8. Sip some ice wine at theVignoble Ste-Pétronille

Quebecs ice wine is one to try. Ste-Pétronille Vineyard is one of the best vineyards in town and serves various ice wines along with a charming atmosphere. vignoble-sainte-petronille-1

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7. Have a traditional French meal at Aux Anciens Canadiens

Make sure you that when you visit Quebec you have a traditional Quebecois meal. At Aux Anciens Canadiens you will eat delicious, authentic, homemade, old-fashioned Quebec food. Along with great service, superb atmosphere, and excellent service, Aux Anciens Canadiens is a must try. 20110409-quebec-city-restaurant-aux-anciens-canadiens-rue-saint-louis-web Picture Credit: David Giral


6. Go to a Nordic Spa

A popular trend here in Quebec, the Nordic Spa consists of alternating and soaking in different outdoors baths. It is relaxing, therapeutic, and very romantic! Try Spa Stoneham situated only 25 minutes from downtown Quebec.


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5. Eat at the restaurant Le Tournebroche

Chicken fanatics adhere! Le Tournebroche, situated in Old Quebec, knows its rotisserie chicken. Its chef Stéphane Roth from Jura France, has created a new genre of rotisserie that transmits his passion for fresh, local and extraordinary foods. tournebroche

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4. Take a local food tour with Quebec City Food Tours

Tour the charming St-Roch neighborhood and satisfy your craving for both scrumptious food and culture. Québec City Food Tours is an original walking tour that allows you to explore and uncover local favorites. La Barberie - Quebec City Food Tours

3. Take a side trip to Île d’Orléans

The Île d’Orléans is a gorgeous island just 15 minutes away from downtown Quebec City. It is home to many farms, historical houses, a chocolaterie, vineyards and much more! 0038OR001 Île d'Orléans Picture Credit: Jean Sylvain

2. Eat a cupcake at Loukoum-Cupcake

Loukoum Cupcake’s are seriously the best cupcakes in town. They focus on seasonal and local products, but also encourage customers to try their more globally flavoured creations inspired by Japan, Spain, Italy, and France. Loukoum offers sweet products of high quality and originality, make sure to try one on your next visit!


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1. Go on a thrilling toboggan ride at the Terrasse Dufferin

La Terrasse Dufferin is set at the base of the Chateau Frontenac, Quebec’s most picturesque hotel. Apart from the the breathtaking view of the St. Lawrence River, la Terrasse Dufferin is a wide boardwalk featuring ice-cream stands and street performers in the summer and a giant toboggan slide in the winter!


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Old Quebec Food Tour

5 Stops. 9 different tastings of food & drink. Enough for a hearty and satisfying lunch! Come hungry!

3 Hour Walking Tour - Offered at 11:00am Friday & Saturday - 59$ CAD +tx & fees

St-Roch Quebec Food Tour

6 Stops. 12 different tastings of food & drink. Enough for a hearty and satisfying lunch! Come hungry!

3h00 Walking Tour - 11:00 AM everyday and 5:00 PM of Fridays. (Click on book now for the updated schedule) - 59$ CAD +tx & fees