Pay parking is available underneath Quebec City Hall and along “des Remparts” St. Bus routes (3, 7 & 11) stops nearby Centre Infotouriste (12, rue Ste-Anne) which is the departure point for The Grand Tour.

First of all, historic sites such as Dufferin Terrace, Place Royale, Petit-Champlain District, the Ursulines’ Convent, Basilica Notre-Dame and Quebec fortifications lie hidden inside Old Quebec City and can only be appreciated on foot. Second, all tour buses are barred from the most distinctive areas of Old Quebec City. Third, walking tours constitute an ecological and healthy way to discover Quebec City. Finally, The Grand Tour represents a rare opportunity to meet and chat with a local Quebec tour guide, who knows and breathes Quebec City.

Yes, it is offered when you sign up for the Old Quebec and Country Package. Old Quebec Tours provide the shuttle service to and from Old Quebec City. The package must be completed on the same day.

The Grand Tour always takes place in one language at a time. If you sign up for an English departure, rest assured that your tour will be conducted in English only.

You may pay in Canadian dollars, with your credit card (Visa™ or Mastercard™) or simply book online with any credit card through PayPal™.

In high season – from May 1st to October 31st - it is not required to reserve your place for The Grand Tour but highly recommended. The size of groups is of 15 participants per guide and it can be quickly reached. In low season – from November 1st to April 30th - it is necessary to reserve in order to guarantee a departure.

From May 1st to October 31st, no number is required. From November 1st to April 30th, a minimum of 2 people is required.

We offer discounted rates for groups of seven of more. Contact us to find out more!

Our guides tend to remain outside historic buildings throughout The Grand Walking Tour, there is just so much to see! But, in case of inclement weather they may elect to enter basilica Notre-Dame or the Ursulines’ Chapel.

Being a landmark of Old Quebec, Chateau Frontenac is part of The Grand Tour. It cannot be entered by tour groups. Many of our guides will volunteer to show you its interior courtyard however.

Since the Quebec Citadel remains an active military base it makes use of its own guides. The Grand Tour presents its external features as well as its general history. If you wish to visit the inside of the Quebec Citadel, our combo Old Quebec and the Cidatel is the way to go!

The Grand Tour stays within the confines of Old Quebec City - a World Heritage City. It is however possible to enjoy a guided tour of the Quebec Plains of Abraham by hiring a private Quebec tour guide.

The Grand Tour will lead you through at least ten significant Quebec historical sites and introduce unique aspects of Old Quebec City along the way, be they architectural or cultural.

Quebec First Nations played and keep on playing an important role in Quebec history. Their history is definitely part of The Grand Tour.

No, Tours Voir Québec is privately owned and independent.

Quebec Guides from Tours Voir Québec do not consider the use of costumes necessary to conduct interesting and stimulating Quebec City Walking Tours. They do display a name tag and the Quebec City license for tour guides.

Fifteen (15) to twenty (20) adults per guide as a maximum. There is no minimum.

If you need Quebec Guides from Tours Voir Quebec, 24-48 hours will normally do. For your peace of mind, we accept cancellations up to 24 hours prior to departure time at no cost. We require a credit card number (Visa™ or Mastercard™) as a guaranty only when placing your reservation.

You may provide an approximate number of participants when placing your reservation and confirm the final number the day before the Quebec Private Guided Tours.

The level of flexibility of Quebec Private Guided Tours allows for adjustments of the walking distances to the age and physical condition of participants.

It is possible to include such a break. Tours Voir Quebec can help you plan for it.

You may pay in Canadian dollars, with a credit card (Visa™ or Mastercard™) or by company cheque. Invoicing after the activity is also an option.

Quebec Rallies on Foot include references to the history of Quebec City. They also allow the participants to find out about buildings and monuments of Old Quebec City. The participant’s sense of observation and deduction are put to the test.

Quebec Rallies on Foot schedule is flexible, you can reserve it at the date and hours of your liking.

Tours Voir Quebec asks for a minimum of 10 paying participants for the historical Quebec Rallies on Foot to take place.

Tours Voir Quebec recommends dividing the group into teams of 3-5 participants if there are fewer than 60 participants; larger teams should be considered for groups of more than 60 participants.

Tours Voir Quebec designed historical Quebec Rallies on Foot adapted to school groups of different grades.

Tours Voir Quebec’s expertise in the field of Tour & Travel planning will ensure that your clients experience Quebec City and its immediate vicinity efficiently. To plan group tours of Quebec City and its surroundings implies that one knows: Quebec tourist attractions and historical sites as well as the time involved to fully enjoy and travel to them. Tours Voir Quebec can take care of all those details for you! Save yourself time by hiring a Quebec City expert from Tours Voir Quebec.

Tours Voir Quebec is proud to count on a reliable network of experienced tour guides in Montreal. Contact us.

Tours Voir Quebec can make sure that your trip to the Charlevoix Region is memorable. Contact us.

Tours Voir Quebec recommends dividing the group into teams of 3-5 participants if there are fewer than 60 participants; larger teams should be considered for groups of more than 60 participants.

Tours Voir Quebec can indeed help you plan your whale watching excursion with pleasure. Contact us.

The Food Tour takes place in world heritage Old Quebec City and the very unique Faubourg Saint-Jean. The Food Tour is complementary to the Grand Tour as takes you to a completely different section of Old Quebec City.

The Food Tour involves 1.5 kilometers including the stops in the different shops over the course of 2.5 hours. Good walking shoes are recommended.

As for The Grand Tour, we limit the number of participants per departures to 15.

We recommend that you reserve in advance as the number of people is limited to 15. But it is not necessary to book in advance.

We suggest that you take a meal before The Food Tour, as you will taste sample local delicacies.

We offer private guides for The Food Tour.

Yes, The Grand Tour and The Food Tour can be reserved for different days.

Each stop lasts 10 to 15 minutes.

In total, 3 stops within Old Quebec City fortifications and 4 in Saint-Jean's District.

The Food Tour ends at the last taste sampling stop. You may return to the Old City on your own by simply following Saint-Jean street. You may also return with our guide to the departure point (12 Sainte-Anne street).

They are complementary, The Grand Tour covers the more historical part of Old Quebec including Lowertown, while The Food Tour covers another section of Old Quebec City's Uppertown and Saint-Jean's District.

The time allowed for each stop is limited. If the taste sampling does not exceed 15 minutes, it will be possible to do some shopping. If there is no time left for shopping, you can return to the different shops after the guided tour. A map of The Food Tour including a list of the different taste sampling stops will be handed out at the end of the tour.