Explore Montreal, Trois Rivieres and Quebec City. Go for Treasury Hunt in Quebec City, visit the Underground City in Montreal, and have fun (and great food) at Cabaret du Roy. Stay in centrally located (downtown) hotels and enjoy your bowling evening.
Day-1. DEPARTURE CITY - MONTREAL: Flight or Motor coach transfer to Montreal. Upon arrival (around 3 pm), During the panoramic tour explore Quartier Latin, crowded with cafés, animated by this literary and musical activity, Pointe-à-Callière and Old Montréal, with its cobblestone streets, where in the 17th century, French settlers erected a city hall as well as a market. Then go for check in at Comfort In in downtown Montreal. After refreshment break, join your tour director on dinner at Cabaret du Roy, a great replica of the original inn from 18th century, where lords and peasants were sitting down to feast, drink, laugh and sing the old French songs.Quebec City. Approx. arrival around 15,30 and begin with panoramic tour of the largest walled city in North America North of Mexico. See its original fortifications built from 17th until 19th century, which represent the cradle of French civilization in North America. Then to your centrally located in St. Foy. After check in and refreshment break a big dinner with multiple choices and soft drinks. End the day with evening ferry ride with spectacular view over the Chateau.
Day-2. MONTREAL: Continue to explore Montreal. Visit Oratorie St. Joseph, Mt. Royal Park, Basilica Notre Dame, one of the symbols of the city and then visit Point a Calliere. After lunch break depart for visit of Fur Museum in Lachine (Parks Canada). Then stop at St. Helen's Island for a great view over the skyline of Montreal. After the dinner, have some fun on Bowling session at Pepsi Forum.
Day-3. MONTREAL - TROIS RIVIERES - QUEBEC CITY: After breakfast and check out, departure for scenic ride to Trois de Rivieres. Arrive in Cape de Madeleine and visit the shrine. After lunch break continue to Quebec City. Upon arrival panoramic city tour to see Plains of Abraham, also known as Battlefield Park, the site of a famous battle between the French and English armies in 1759. Then to your hotel Clarion in St. Foy. Dinner at Maison du Spaghetti including the soft drink.
Day-4. QUEBEC CITY: Continue to explore the city. View the Place Royale, the heart of historic Lower Town and Notre-Dame de Québec, a 17thcentury cathedral. Experience Cape Diamond, which is 350 feet above the water, and admire the view it provides of the St. Lawrence River, Promenade des Gouverneurs, Joan of Arc Gardens, with its 150 different types of plants, Grand-Alée, and the Château Frontenac, a landmark of Québec City. After lunch break, depart for Beaupre Coast and visit Chez Pare atelier, Chez Marie and the Basilica. Then explore Montmorency Falls before we visit Orlean Island and end the day with great dinner at Relais des Pines which will be a traditional Quebecois meal with Tourtuiere Meet Balls, Pork Pea Soups with potatoes and beans and Maple Syrup Taffy Crepe on Snow.
Day-5. QUEBEC CITY - DEPARTURE: After breakfast and check out travel to Citadelle for guided tour. Later visit Complex G, and tour the Observatorie la Capitale. Rest of the day is free before transfer to the airport for flight to your home town or return bus ride for the groups from Ontario.
Our Tour hotels are never far from where you need to go. We choose only the best hotels in centralized locations so you can get on with your tour.
With every group tour we provide you will see all the best attractions and some you might not even know. These attractions are just steps away from your hotel:
Ste Anne de Baupre - Montmorency Falls - Treasury Hunt - Plains of Abraham - Cap de Madelaine - Notre Dame - Old Montreal - Point a Calliere - Biodome - Parliament Tour - Museum of Science and Techonology - Museum of Civilization - Ridou Canal
Your tour is important to us and we provide the most inclusive tour possible. This student group tour includes the following: