PRIVATE TOUR

Quebec City Walking Tour - History and Architecture

1608
QUEBEC, CAPITAL OF NEW FRANCE

Complete overview of Quebec City’s French and British history and architecture, from its founding as a fur trade post in 1608 to a vibrant Canadian and French-speaking capital of the XXIst Century.

This Quebec City historical tour is about the French who settled in the St. Lawrence valley in colonial Canada, about the British who conquered and rebuilt the former capital of the French in America and about the challenges Quebec’s society has faced in bicultural Canada well into the XXth century.

  • Tour lasts 3 hours.
  • $200 CAD for your group of 1 to 6 participants. All applicable taxes are included.
  • All private tours can be customized to your needs.

Meeting point: your Hotel in Old Quebec, or any other location of the Historic District we agree upon.

We provide thorough answers to essential questions raised by savvy visitors!
Who discovered Canada and who founded Quebec City?
Why does one speak French in Quebec and English in the rest of Canada?
Why is Old Quebec’s architecture so British even though 95% of its inhabitants live in French?
How have the French language survived in the former British “Province of Quebec” to present day?
1608 CAPITAL OF NEW FRANCE TOUR

Understanding North America’s History.
Discovering Canada’s Birthplace.
Exploring Quebec City.

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