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Our most recommended Quebec Food & Gourmet Tours

Quebec City: Island of Orléans Taste Trail

1. Quebec City: Island of Orléans Taste Trail

After being collected from Place d'Arme at either 9:45AM or 1:45PM, you will travel towards the Island of Orléans to discover the flavors of the area. Located in the Saint Lawrence River, east of downtown Quebec City, you will take part in 5 different tastings at 5 different stops throughout your day. At each stop, you will be able to taste products and discover their stories. Your first stop is to the Chocolaterie Ste Petronille (producer of chocolates, truffles, jams, and ice-cream soaked in chocolate). Your second stop is the Nougaterie of St. Pierre (a producer of nougats and other sweets). Your third stop will be to the Cidrerie Bilodeau (a producer of cider, juice, and apple jelly), with your fourth stop being to the Vineyard of Mitan (a producer of white wines, red wines, and ice wines). Your final stop will be at Tigidou jam makers. Taste the creations cooked from fresh local seasonal berries, always original, natural, and 100% local. You will discover throughout your getaway the drink specialties and dishes of the region, and will also learn more about the history and the beginnings of the colonization in Île d'Orléans. At the conclusion of your tour, you will be taken back to Place d'Arme.

Quebec City: 5-Course Dinner Cruise

2. Quebec City: 5-Course Dinner Cruise

Climb aboard the elegant Louis Jolliet pleasure boat and explore the different indoor and outdoor decks before you sit down to a gourmet 5-course dinner. Choose from 3 main course options (vegetarian and gluten free available) and taste local produce cooked and prepared by a chef and his team in the on-board kitchen as you cruise along the St. Lawrence River. Get stunning views of both banks of the river and learn about the rich history of Quebec City and Lévis. Benefit from the services of a bilingual guide, who will be on the outside deck to tell anecdotes and factual information to keep you entertained. Throw shapes on the different dance floors as the on-board DJ spins tunes to tempt you away from your table. Gaze at the star-filled sky on the outdoor deck, weather permitting, or dance the night away indoors and sip drinks at the bars on every level of the boat.

Ile d'Orleans Bike Rental

3. Ile d'Orleans Bike Rental

Start your cycling and sightseeing adventure by acquiring your rental bike at the rental shop at the Motel Ile d'Orleans, close to the island's bridge. Upon arrival, you’ll receive a safety introduction, and before you leave feel free to give your bike a test in the nearby parking lot. Before heading out onto the street, you will receive a map with a personalized course to discover Île d'Orléans. Alternatively, you may form your own path as you go; this is a self-guided tour and the opportunity for discovery is endless. Plan for around 3-hours to cycle around, including several stops along your way. Enjoy local farm product tasting and admire one of the region’s most beautiful landscapes. During your entire ride, you'll enjoy spectacular views over the Saint-Lawrence-River with multiple possibilities to take great photos!

Quebec City: Historical Walking and Tasting Tour

4. Quebec City: Historical Walking and Tasting Tour

This historical walking and tasting tour will take you on a journey into Quebec City's history alongside a licensed guide. Discover some of the hidden treasures of the city while enjoying local-flavored tastings and products, either along the way or after the tour. After meeting your guide for the day, set out on foot through the city's most charming streets. In between, you'll get to sample various locally produced goods such as cheeses, sausage, local vegetables, various drinks, and maple taffy. Get a local perspective of the city as you meet with local producers and learn about the regional terroir and its evolution through time. You'll be able to grasp all the richness of Quebec's history and culinary scene by the end of your tour.

Île d'Orléans: Food Tasting and Cultural E-bike Tour

5. Île d'Orléans: Food Tasting and Cultural E-bike Tour

Meet your local tour guide at the Motel Ile d'Orleans, close to the island's bridge. Upon arrival, you'll receive detailed safety introduction and the chance to try the electric bikes in the parking lot. Your small group will follow the guide along the sidewalk of Chemin Royal, as there is no bike path on Ile d'Orleans. The tour is about 20 km and will take about 3 hours, taking you to the island's most beautiful village, St. Petronille. The first stop is the Gosselin farm. You'll taste the famous Strawberries of Ile d'Orleans and learn about local agriculture. You'll then visit the gardens of Charles E. L. Porteous' French manor, built in 1898. Your guide will underline the important role this building played through history. Heading further, you'll reach St.Petronille with its picturesque streets. At the Chocolaterie, in the village's heart, take a break from cycling and stroll on the St.Lawrence River's banks instead, enjoying the fantastic view of Quebec's skyline and ice cream dipped in home-made chocolate! Back on the bikes, take advantage of the powerful engine getting on top of the street, where the St. Petronille winery is waiting for you. Here, you can taste some of the island's best wines. On the way back, we'll enjoy beautiful perspectives of the St. Lawrence River and the Montmorency waterfalls. Be sure to take plenty of faboulous pictures. You'll leave beautiful Ile d'Orleans with great memories of an active day.

Montreal: City Architecture Guided Bike Tour

6. Montreal: City Architecture Guided Bike Tour

Hop on 2 wheels and pedal across the Saint Lawrence, checking out the architecture and historic sights of Montreal by bike. With an expert guide leading the way, zip around the Formula One track on Notre Dame Island, and hang onto your bike for the rest of the day to keep exploring on your own. Meet up with your guide at the shop and get sorted with a comfortable bike. Strap on your helmet and then set off behind your guide, pedaling along the waterfront and scoping out iconic architecture along the way. Cruise across the vast waters of the Saint Lawrence River on the Jacques Cartier bridge. Arrive on Notre Dame Island, which hosts the Canadian Grand Prix, and head toward the Formula One racetrack at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve. Zip around the track on your bike before continuing your exploration of Montreal's parks, bridges, and buildings. Cap off your experience and refuel with sugary samples at the famous Atwater Market along historic Lachine canal trail and opt to hang onto your bike for the rest of the day if you'd like to keep riding around the city on your own.

Montreal: Personalized Private Food Tour with a Local Foodie

7. Montreal: Personalized Private Food Tour with a Local Foodie

In central Montreal, the food scene can get slightly overwhelming — but with a food-obsessed local guide to lead the way, you’ll know exactly where to go for the very best of it. Discover the local specialties of this multicultural melting pot, including handmade and wood-fired bagels rolled in sesame seeds. Start in the youthful Plateau area, known for its casual bars and 24-hour eateries popular with students. Try Canadian classics at one of the favorite spots, then head 1.5 miles (2.4 kilometers) west to the trendy Mile End neighborhood, a hub of old-school bagel shops and cool cafés. Once there, get your caffeine fix at a coffee shop and a sesame bagel from St-Viateur, an iconic local haunt. Then, continue 1 mile (1.6 kilometers) further west through the Little Italy neighborhood. Pop into an Italian grocery store, if you like, then head to Jean-Talon Market for handcrafted cheeses and chewy crepes. The local partner's handpicked hosts are culinary connoisseurs and history buffs, bakers and bankers, students and seniors. Like the people who travel with them, they have different backgrounds and interests — but they're all so passionate about the place they call home, they choose to spend their free time sharing it with like-minded travelers matched to them.

Montreal: Sugar Shack Maple Syrup Day Trip with Lunch

8. Montreal: Sugar Shack Maple Syrup Day Trip with Lunch

Embark on a private day trip from Montreal where you will explore an authentic Quebec Sugar Shack farm, see the process of how maple syrup is made from extraction to bottling, and enjoy an all you can eat lunch buffet at the farm. Begin your day being picked up from any downtown Montreal hotel. Once you are settled in the air-conditioned car you will begin your journey towards the Sugar Shack farm. Upon arrival, marvel at the natural beauty of the farm around you. Follow your guide around the farm where you will learn about maple trees and how maple syrup is made from them. Fun fact: Canada produces about 80% of the world’s pure maple syrup, and Québec alone makes up over 90% of the country’s production.  Once your tour around the farm is complete, feast on a delicious all-you-can-eat buffet lunch. After lunch, you will make your journey back to downtown Montreal where your driver will drop you off at your hotel.

Jacques-Cartier National Park: Ski-Shoeing Excursion

9. Jacques-Cartier National Park: Ski-Shoeing Excursion

Ski-shoeing offers you a way to see the Jacques-Cartier National Park from a different perspective while enjoying outdoor winter fun and low-impact exercise. No experience is needed for this sport - if you can walk, you can ski-shoe! With easy-to-follow techniques and ski-shoe gear provided, this 3 hour tour is suitable for beginners and experts alike. You’ll learn about Quebec forest from your experienced guide and capture great photos of the winter landscape. Bring your sense of adventure and see what the summer crowds are missing. You’ll meet your experienced guide at your hotel hall where you will take the bus for the park. After 30min, you will be in the main lodge where you bring your ski and trekking poles and simple-to-follow techniques to get you out on the trail. Once you’re ready, strap on your ski and follow your guide along quiet trails, experiencing winter beauty. You will have plenty of opportunities to stop for photos and rest breaks. Wildlife can be easier to spot in the winter landscape. Throughout your hike, your guide will keep an eye out for signs of deer, moose, squirrel, porcupine and other creatures that inhabit the area.

Levis: History and Food Tasting Walking Tour

10. Levis: History and Food Tasting Walking Tour

Get an insider's view of Levis' historic center on a walking tour alongside a local guide. Visit the town's Notre Dame Church, and learn about the impact the Desjardins International Development Building has on the community. Tour the Louis-Carrier Square and see the statue of the Chevalier de Levis and enjoy the view from the observation terrace. Stop in a local shop on Begin Avenue, and get tips for your visit from your knowledgeable guide.

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What people are saying about Quebec

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 37 reviews

We loved the tour. Our guide was amazing! We enjoyed the restaurants and getting to sample some local food.We would definitely recommend this tour.

Great to get you oriented around for the city. Chantelle our guide was super knowledgeable, with a fun and warm welcome

Very informative and laid back. We had a wonderful time. Highly recommend the electric bikes.

Comfortable bus ride through a gorgeous community. Food stops were delightful.

A wonderful, informative biking excursion with an excellent guide!