Explore the Lower Town of Quebec City on this 2-hour bike tour while learning about the area's fascinating history. Discover Quebec's stunning architecture that dates all the way back to the 17th-century and walk along the majestic Saint Lawrence River.
What to Expect
Discover the best of Quebec City's Lower Town on this 2.5-hour bike tour. Start your tour in the oldest district of Quebec City's well-preserved 17th and 18th-century architecture. Tour the area's narrow cobblestone streets and explore the secrets that exist from this charming city.
Continue the tour along the waterfront of the majestic Saint Lawrence River while enjoying breathtaking views of the beautifies neighbouring landscapes. Learn about the seaway system rich in history and strong in innovating for the future. Discover the Cap-Blanc district nestled at the bottom of Quebec's promontory, where one of multiple staircases was built to reach Quebec City's Upper Town.
Take a stroll along the Saint Charles River and discover two beautiful urban parks; the Cartier-Brébeuf National Historic Site and the Victoria Park located in the heart of the city. This bike tour reveals a unique blend of past and present.
- Bike and helmet
- Water bottle
- Qualified local guide
289 Saint Paul Street, Quebec City
Know Before You Go
The tour includes about 8 miles of biking at an easy level and is suitable for guests 8 years old and up.