Montreal and Quebec, Canada

"Montreal is a city where the past and present coexist in harmony, where the cobblestone streets whisper tales of history, and the vibrant culture dances with the rhythm of modernity."

 — unknown

Our neighbor up north, Canada has a great deal to offer. Montreal and Quebec are two of Canada's richest cities in terms of diversity and culture, and offer the flavor of an old European city combined with a dash of North American style. In Montreal, you can visit Jacques Cartier Square, see the Underground City, Mount Royal Park, and Place Ville Marie. In Quebec City, you can tour Old Quebec, walk the Rue du Petit-Champlain, visit the Basilica of Sainte-Anne- diBeaupre’, and more. 

And Canadian culture and beauty abounds as you visit a local sugar shack, check out Montmorency Falls, and walk along La Promenades des Gouverneurs. 

This is  just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the magnificent country of Canada. Let us share with you our recommendation for an adventure in Canada!

Sample Itineraries

Day One

  • Arrive in Montreal
  • Guided walking tour of Old Montreal
  • Old Port
  • Jacques Cartier Square
  • Underground City
  • Chinatown
  • Check into hotel

Day Two

  • Mount Royal Park
  • St Joseph's Oratory
  • Place Ville Marie
  • Notre Dame Basilica
  • Afternoon bike tour of Montreal
  • Return to hotel

Day Three

  • Olympic Park Tower and Biodome
  • Depart for Quebec City
  • Tour Old Town
  • Rue du Petit-Champlain
  • National Assembly
  • Place-Royal
  • Upper Town
  • Check into hotel

Day Four

  • Beaupre Coast
  • Montmorency Falls
  • Economuseum
  • Basilica of Sainte-Anne-diBeaupre
  • Dinner at traditional Sugar Shack
  • Return to hotel

Day Five

  • Walking tour of Quebec City
  • Cap Daimant
  • Citadella
  • Terrace Dufferin
  • Promenade des Gouverneurs
  • Photo stop at Chateau Frontenac
  • Musee du Fort
  • Observatoire de la Capitale
  • Depart for home
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