A free walking tour of Quebec
Visit Quebec it's worth the trip
FREE WALKING TOUR
Travel on a budget or just looking for a great activity in the city?
Take a free walking tour of Québec and get into the charm of Europe in America.
You will get a closer look to the history with a funny local guide!
My name is Samuel Dubois, and I’ve been living in Quebec City since I was born! When I travel, I love taking walking tours. I think it’s the best way to start off a trip and learn about a city through the eyes of a local tour guide.
After a one-year course at the College Merici in Tourism, I received my tour guide license. I am now ready to guide you to where tour buses won’t take you!
As soon as you step into the old part of town, you will without a shadow of a doubt fall in love with the charm of the city. As one of the oldest cities in North America, Quebec is replete with secrets that most locals have no knowledge of. I am offering to personally guide you through these well-kept secrets and into the rich history of Quebec in a humorous, fun-fact-filled manner. Believe me, you will not find another history-savvy comedian by trade offering a free tour of this kind. By experience, I know tour guides can sometimes be monotonous Debbie Downers, and that is exactly why I’ve devised this humorous historical tour! If you are planning a visit to Quebec, make sure to inquire about an authentic, one of a kind tour.
And it’s free, so you know you have nothing to lose!
a blog to help you
Advice from Sam
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Old Quebec city Tour = fountain of Tourny
Quebec like a local =Gare du Palais
Old Quebec tour
Be there at least 10 minutes before the tour starts
**If you dont see the fountain you are at the wrong spot**
Due to covid19 restriction there will be no tour this octobrer-November!
Things will be better soon
iF YOU WANT TO DO A PRIVATE TOUR,CONTACT ME (starting at 150$)
Tours have limited reservations to make sure the group is not too big and is enjoyable for everyone!
Also to follow physical distancing!
Interview with Radio-Canada about my tour (in french)
For those who like to know fun facts and anecdotes while visiting a city.
Québec is probably the most charming place of the continent!
Get off the beaten path
We have a lot of tourist attractions, but Québec is more than just the Frontenac Castle. The town is filled with hidden gems and unique places to discover!
Not a boring tour
During the tour you will laugh (at least three times!). It is made to be one of the highlights of your trip!
We met the No. 1-rated walking guide in the city, Samuel Dubois. He’s a Quebec native — with bushy beard and red-and-black wool plaid shirt — with a wonderful sense of humor!
Our guide Samuel was extremely eloquent and entertaining and whilst hitting the highlights of Quebec also delivered against his promise of showing us facets of Quebec we would not see on a coach trip. We found the tour nicely easy-paced and very interesting and certainly appreciated the local flavour that Samuel brought.
This was my favorite walking tour and guide in Canada. Despite the bad weather conditions, Sam made the tour extremely enjoyable. He was knowledgeable, I learned a lot about the city and on top of that - Sam had a great sense of humor. I can strongly recommend!