Welcome! ... You'll discover the historical Quebec (main touristic attractions + French, English & canadian architecture) + four real-local neighbourhoods & the farmer market (Grand Marché). At the end, Yves, the teaching chef from les Berges elementary school will prepare you a delicious local plate from Quebec suppliers. And I will return you in one of your best Old Quebec area ... In detail: - Old Quebec gems like Frontenac castle from the interior - history from France, England to Canada & links w. USA - Quebec's life in winter & Plain of Abraham Park - why we still speak French from yesterday to today - local & real life outside old Quebec - local food tradition - a taste of local foods from the market - my recommendations by district for restaurants & more.
Yves Et Marie
HI! I'm Yves, and I an economist and a community entrepreneur . I leave in Old Quebec area for 30 years and my ancestors arrived in the area in 1670. I graduated from Quebec's Laval University. I worked abroad as an official economic government representative for 10 years years. and I run a local non profit organization since. We teach to elementary children from 22 countries, how to grow and cook hyper local foods with local chefs.in a humane way. Being a man of many hats, you’ll see the city through an authentic, inspiring & personalized way with a "Taste of Quebec Foods" at the market. What are you waiting .! :)
Small van or an Honda CRV 4 wheels drive to go from one neighborhood to the other (short distance travel). The weather may…
Extra umbrellas, tuques and winter jackets and accessories if I am informed in advance. I have a family with six children and…
Old Quebec fortified city and five neighbourhoods around. + market You will see real & true Quebec with a local: - Old Quebec: romantic Dufferin Terrace, Chateau Frontenac castle and prestigious Notre Dame cathedral - Video games and trendy Saint Roch w/ best new restaurants - French & english architecture houses, Grande Allée street & park - Farmer market & local specialty foods - Old Port, French Quarter & Little Champlain artisans street
最多可有6位年满15周岁的参与者参加。 You have to dress for winter in Canada which mean a warm jacket, winter boots, gloves and a hat (tuque). It may be cold, windy, snowy and icy. You have to be able to walk normally. There may be alcool if you taste market cider and…
Quebec is my home and it is a Nordic city, we may have rain or hot & colder weather, depending of seasons Being small group of six or less we can adapt, with respect to other guests. If there is special conditions, we may use the minivan to accommodate but it will not be the comfort of a bus tour