"Si vous venez visiter le Québec, vous allez probablement aller à Québec, dans la vieille ville. C'est un coin magnifique, mais n'omettez pas de visiter les alentours ! Et pour cela, il n'y a rien de mieux qu'un guide local. Je saurai vous guider et vous con..."Ask a question to Xavier C.
You know Québec. Unique fortified town in North America, the capital of la Belle Province is as charming and historically rich.
And in front of Quebec, across the River, there are Lévis. Generally tourists go there to enjoy the view of Québec. It is indeed a good idea.
However they will be rarely, very rarely beyond. At first glance Lévis is a simple succession of pretty houses without great interest. At first glance only, because in reality the Lévis heritage is rich and exciting! However it is better be (well) accompanied, guided, to grasp all the subtleties.
So this is what I propose: discover the Vieux-Lévis, having insight into the little-known story of the South shore and an unforgettable experience in a city where the tourist is not adventure.
Of course we will talk about also Québec, Quebec, and many other things!
This tour is likely to last less than 3 h if the weather conditions are clearly unfavorable (especially in winter). Think equip you good shoes and a water bottle, because we will walk, and some streets have an altitude far from being negligible. Do not forget your camera. You can complete our tour with the (free) visit of the House of Alphonse Desjardins, absolutely exciting activity that I highly recommend. Note that I'll need to adapt to your schedule and your constraints, however, for obvious reasons, the visit will be fully sunlight.