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Quebec City

Students on the Montmorency Falls bridge.

STUDENT TOURS TO QUEBEC CITY

With three decades of organizing trips to La Belle Province under our belt, we can't help but get excited at the idea of creating an itinerary that will give you and your students the most out of this Canadian hub for French Immersion. There's no denying it, our hearts belong to Québec!

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Our tours begin with ...

Day 1
  • Take in the view from the top of the city’s tallest building: l’Observatoire de la Capitale;
  • Learn more about l’Assemblée Nationale, Québec’s provincial legislature, during your visit of the Parliament Building;
  • Partake in traditional dances and legends with the Huron-Wendat Nation of Wendake;
Day 2
  • Explore the city with a local guide to see the Plains of Abraham, the Parliament Building, Grande-Allée, the Château Frontenac, and more;
  • Take in the charm of Old Québec with your group during some free time to explore
  • See Place Royale, la Fresque des Québécois and le Quartier du Petit Champlain on an orientation walk of the Lower Town with your tour leader;
  • Visit the Musée de la Civilisation, the perfect place to explore Québec from its many different angles;
  • Get ready for your historical military training at the Plains of Abraham Museum;
Day 3
  • Observe beautiful mosaics and a replica of Michelangelo's Pieta at the Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré Basilica;
  • Listen to storytellers tell you all about La Belle Province’s most famous legends at the Woodcarving Economuseum;
  • Discover the copper trade in Québec and the art of “repoussé” metal at Copper Museum;
  • Walk along the suspended bridge of the Montmorency Falls, the site of historic battles & legends, and true Québec icon;
  • Feast and dance during your authentic French Canadian sugar shack experience;
Day 4
  • Walk through the up-and-coming district of Saint-Roch, a lively area of the Lower Town of Québec, to see the Ilôt Fleuri, rue St-Joseph, Jardin Jean-Paul-L’Allier, and more;
  • Discover local products and practice Québécois expressions on a Grocery Scavenger Hunt;
  • Show off your skills as you become the star in an Improv Game Show.. à la Québécoise!;
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3-6 Days
ALL SEASONS
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