With its distinctive European look and feel, Quebec City will inspire and enchant students with its cobblestone streets and ancient buildings, with some dating back as far as the 1600's. This is the only walled city north of Mexico, yet uniquely Canadian. There are many places which welcome students to perform for an unforgettable experience. Just a few exciting options for performing are:


Plains of Abraham was originally grazing land, but became famous as the site of the Battle of the Plains of Abraham. In 1759 this was where the decisive battle between Wolfe and Montcalm was fought.


Quartier Petit-Champlain, one of Lower Town's best-loved areas, this beautifully-restored collection of narrow streets and ancient stone buildings exemplifies the old-world charm. It is a lively place inhabited in the summer by musicians and street entertainers.


Les Galleries de la Capitale houses a combination of eating places, a shopping mall and an amusement Center.


Fortifications of Quebec students will walk along the walls of the only walled city north of Mexico.


Canyon Sainte-Anne spectacular and vertiginous canyon grooved in the rock by the imposing St Anne Fall. Three suspension bridges, one is among the highest in QuОbec, at 60 m above the gorge. Discover giant potholes, the cascades of the mini-canyon, and see the 1.2 billion year-old rocks.


There is a lot more to Quebec City, while here students can also enjoy a Dance Cruise Aboard the Louis Joliet, where students can view the city from the river while dancing to modern music. We can also tour Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre, where we will visit an authentic French Canadian Woodcarver’s Shop, where the ancient carvings of French Canada come alive. A stop at Marie’s

Bread Ovens gives us a taste of bread baked in wood-filled ovens, topped with maple sugar. Basilica Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre is a magnificent structure located on the St Lawrence River and dates back to the early 17th century.