Montreal’s renowned duality Old World charm infused with North American energy lies at its very heart. A visit here is an exciting and a truly cosmopolitan experience! You will love the diverse offerings of Quebec City, here you can get the same taste and feel of France without the trans- Atlantic flight.


Here is a sample itinerary for Montreal & Quebec City, just to give you an idea of what your customized group experience could look like. It can be shortened to four days or extended to six days or combined with other cities to create a truly unique experience all your own. Your excursion can include any attractions not seen here. If Montreal & Quebec City have it, we can make sure you see it!


Day 1: Travel to Montreal. Free time in Old Town Montreal, with extensive redevelopment completed in 1992, Montréal's Old Port has grown into an animated parkland linking the city and the river, site of myriad artistic, heritage, recreational, nautical and sports activities. Time to visit Place Jacques Cartier, the largest square in Old Montreal, where this city was founded. You can walk in the area where the first fur forts were started and experience the quaintness of the area which has been somewhat preserved as it was in the beginnings of the city.


Day 2: Included Continental Breakfast at the Hotel. Montreal Biodome is a unique opportunity in which you can experience the world’s ecosystems. Montreal Tower where a 2-story glassed-in cable car can whisk up passengers to the Tower's Observatory where you’ll see a panoramic view that will amaze and awe-inspire you. Free time at the Bonsecours Market. Its restaurants offer local fare. There are ongoing exhibitions of contemporary photography and arts and crafts. Montreal Museum of Fine Arts houses exhibits including Canadian art, contemporary art, Inuit and Amerindian Art, European Masters, prints and drawings and decorative arts. Free time in Montreal's Underground City the most famous aspect of shopping in Montreal. It is located directly under the heart of the city and is 19 miles long and offers a huge range of goods and services as well as a handy way to get from place to place without weather or traffic problems.


Day 3: Included Continental Breakfast at the Hotel. Travel to Quebec City. Observatoire de la Capitale where you can observe the great city of Quebec from every direction from the 31st floor. Free time in Upper Town. Artists’ Alley where you can get their portrait painted as well as a variety of water coloured paintings. All-You-Can Eat French Canadien Dinner & Entertainment at Le Relais Des Pins Sugar Shack Pea soup, homemade ketchup, homemade bread, beans, meat pie, hot maple ham, boiled potatoes, sausages, sugar pie, fruit punch and taffy on snow.


Day 4: Included Continental Breakfast at the Hotel. Meet your French-Canadian Guide for a Guided Coach Tour of the Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre Area. Basilica Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre has a chapel dedicated to Sainte Anne, mother of the Virgin Mary. Marie's Bread Ovens is a 150-year-old bread oven and a stone dwelling dating back to 1652. Woodcarver's Shop is an authentic French Canadien shop where the ancient carvings of French Canada come alive. Grand Canyon Enter a spectacular 1.2 billion year old breath-taking chasm carved by the imposing 74 meter high Sainte- Anne Falls. Free time at Les Galleries de la Capitale which houses a combination of eating places, a shopping mall and an amusement Center.


Day 5: Included Continental Breakfast at the Hotel. Travel home from Quebec City.


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