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Québec City



The charm of the French language, the city's welcoming people, and the forever glistening Saint-Lawrence river... There's no denying it: our hearts belong to Québec! Give your students the incredible chance to come practice their French in one of North America's oldest cities and UNESCO World Heritage Site. Get ready for an authentic French-Canadian experience, where you'll get the perfect (maple) taste of La Belle Province.

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Sample itinerary for Québec City ·  All-Seasons Trips


  • Take the ferry across the St.Lawrence River, where you will get a spectacular view of the Château Frontenac and your very first glimpse of the city.
  • Head off on a walking tour of Quebec City. Hike up, down, and around the town with a local guide to see the Plains of Abraham, Parliament, Quartier Petit Champlain, Place Royale and more!
  • Stop to admire "La Fresque des Québécois", and see how many characters of Quebec's history you can identify.
  • Visit Le Village Huron to learn more about the Huron-Wendat Nation's past, present and future, in addition to discovering local legends.


  • Experience the daily military life of a British soldier in Quebec City as you become a "soldat de la tour" at the Martello Tower.
  • Take in the view from the top of the city’s tallest building: l’Observatoire de la Capitale during your self-guided visit.
  • Enjoy some free exploration time in Old Quebec with your friends and practice your conversational French. 
  • Visit the Musée de la Civilisation, the perfect place to explore Quebec from its various angles: pop culture, politics, science and more.
  • Meet the spirits who still haunt Old Quebec during your interactive street theater activity - Crimes in New-France.


  • Enjoy the Côte-de-Beaupré! Visit the Ste-Anne de Beaupré shrine, Atelier Paré for some woodcarving & storytelling, take part in a copper engraving workshop, or enjoy a delicious poutine.
  • Visit the Montmorency Falls, the tallest waterfalls in the Province and the site of historic battles and legends. Plus, there's a sweet suspended bridge that spans the top of the falls and you're about to walk across it. 
  • Feast and dance the night away during your authentic French Canadian sugar shack experience.


  • Stroll along la Promenade des Gouverneurs to see le Château Frontenac, Cap Diamant overlooking the St-Lawrence River, the Plains of Abraham and more.
  • Travel back in time to witness the great battles of Quebec City through a sound and light show at the Musée du Fort.
  • Spend some extra time exploring in Old Quebec. Perhaps bargain with one of the many artists on rue du Trésor, shop ‘till you drop along rue St-Jean, or enjoy a busker’s street performance on Terrasse Dufferin! 
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3 to 5 Day Trips
Year-Round Travel

The transportation portion of your trip is carbon neutral when you travel by bus. Learn more about our Choose Earth Carbon Offset Program.

French Immersion

Here's an idea to practice your French! Partner with a French class to conversate and play a game of the Québec-invented sport of Kin-ball.


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