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One of the city’s newest touring companies takes visitors on a three-hour tour of the city’s most creative “foodie” neighborhood: Saint-Roch. Tours are conducted in English and French, and stop at four of the area’s best shops and restaurants. It’s good to arrive hungry—during the tour, participants taste lots of delicious food, sip on craft beers, exclusive teas, imported wines, and local cider, all for less than a bistro meal would cost.

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Québec City Food Tours

One of the city’s newest touring companies takes visitors on a three-hour tour of the city’s most creative “foodie” neighborhood: Saint-Roch. Tours are conducted in English and French, and stop at four of the area’s best shops and restaurants. It’s good to arrive hungry—during the tour, participants taste lots of delicious food, sip on craft beers, exclusive teas, imported wines, and local cider, all for less than a bistro meal would cost.