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Calling all history, architecture, and culture buffs to Lévis and Québec City!
Spend a memorable day exploring a pair of communities connected by the Québec Bridge: Lévis, an attractive Victorian town founded in 1826, and Québec City, the birthplace of French North America and the only walled city north of Mexico.
Your tour begins by Place Royale, the city's most impressive square. A visit to Place Royale is like a step back in time to the early days of New France. We'll walk along the pedestrian-only Petit-Champlain (the oldest shopping street in North America), lined with art galleries, craft shops, and designer boutiques; and marvel at the Notre-Dame-des-Victoires church, the oldest stone church in North America (1688).
Then we'll continue into Upper Town, where we'll see La Place d'Armes (Army Square) and, most likely, street performers and musicians, as well as La Terrasse Dufferin (a manor built in 1830) and Place l'Hotel de Ville with the impressive City Hall right in front of it. And, of course, we'll walk through the Frontenac area of Québec, including the famous Château with its luxurious interior.
Next, a visit to Parliament Hill and the Plains of Abraham (Battlefields Park), one of the largest and most prestigious urban parks in the world.
Heading out to the Québec Bridge—the longest cantilevered bridge span in the world and a major engineering feat. We'll travel along the river road, which boasts the best view of Québec City. For those who appreciate architecture, Old Levis (founded 300 years ago) is rich in historic buildings and is a stone's throw away from a terrace overlooking the St. Lawrence River.
To finish, board the ferry and admire the majestic view back to Quebec City.
- You will be asked your preferred pick up time during check out.
- Please wear comfortable walking shoes. You must be able to walk on uneven surfaces.
- The cost of the ferry ride is not included in the price of this tour. It costs about $4.50 CAD each way (ferry costs subject to change).
- Gratuities not included in the price of this tour.
- Please note that groups of 10 or larger will be in a 23 passenger bus.
- Not suitable for clients with limited mobility.
- The is a maximum of 1 handbag and one suitcase per person.
Days offered: 7 days a week