Take a trip to la belle province, culturally vibrant French-speaking Quebec and its two largest cities, cosmopolitan Montreal and historic Quebec City. Discover the fascinating history and modern attractions of this world heritage jewel. See the old walls of Quebec City, the historic sites, shops and sidewalk cafes. Experience old world charm, French flair, gorgeous scenery and excellent wineries.
Arrive Montreal Begin your vacation in Montreal and your centrally located hotel. Private car transfer is provided from the airport.
Everything Montreal Meet your private guide for a guided sightseeing tour of Montreal, including a visit to enchanting Basilica du Notre Dame, one of the largest churches on the continent. It features one of the world's largest pipe organs with a carillon in one tower and a huge bell in the other. Continue to Olympic Park with its stadium and village. Visit the Biodrome and Botanical Gardens. Visit the Biodrome and Botanical Gardens.
Environs Tour This morning take a stroll through Le Marche Express, the largest outdoor market in Northern America. Stop and smell and taste some of the local delicacies, cheese and bagels. Then, it's off into the countryside across the river for a visit to L'Orpailleur. Tour the vineyards, taste the vintages and savor the chefs' offerings during lunch. Return to Montreal late this afternoon.
On to Quebec Late this morning board VIA Rail for a relaxing ride en route to Quebec City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site renowned for its French charm. On arrival you are whisked to your charming hotel. Later, take a "ghost walking" tour (not a privatre tour) by lantern light with your costumed guide through the cobblestone streets of Old Quebec to hear colorful stories of murders, executions and mysterious haunting.
Everything Quebec Private sightseeing of Quebec City. The old walled city retains its European character-narrow cobblestone streets, aged churches, stone cottages and turreted buildings. Then continue to Saint-Anne-de-Beaupre, first established in 1620 by shipwrecked sailors as a shrine. Inside, the basilica is lit by 240 stained glass windows, and houses a remarkable rose window, numerous art treasures, mosaics and bronze figures. Stop in Parc de la Chute-Montmorency to enjoy panoramic views of the falls, 1 1/2 times higher than Niagara.
Return Home or Extend Bid au revoir to Quebec City. Private car transfer is provided to the airport.
From $2100 per person in double occupancy
Departure: Daily, year-round.
Duration: 5 Nights, 6 Days
Type of services: Guided services throughout with local English-speaking guides.
Inclusions: All ground transportation at the destination; lodging, meals and tours per itinerary; hotel taxes; English-speaking assistance.
Not included: Airfares; airport departure taxes; tips of any kind; incidentals at hotels; any meals not included in the itinerary; alcoholic beverages; souvenirs.
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and correspond to the lowest season in the year.
Expect moderate to high increases for high season
and holiday periods. Low season dates vary from
destination to destination. Please inquire for details.
All rates on this website are per person and based
on double occupancy, unless otherwise indicated.
If a hotel included in a program is not available
at the time of the reservation, we will substitute
it for a hotel of similar category.
Room and cabin upgrades are available at most hotels
and cruises. Please inquire at the time of reservation.
Most programs can be customized.
All itineraries are subject to change without notice.