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Quebec Winter

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Québec City has that je ne sais quoi.. From the charm of the French language and its welcoming people, to its vivid history brought to the city by its strategic location at the gateway of the St-Lawrence River, our hearts can't help but melt for the Old Walled City, especially in winter!

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Our tours begin with ...

Day 1
  • Take the ferry from Lévis to Québec City and learn why Québec got its name from the Franco-Algonquin term, "Kébec";
  • 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;
  • Go tobogganing by the Château Frontenac on the world famous Terrasse Dufferin wooden toboggan run, and warm up with a cup of hot chocolate;

Day 2 

  • Visit the Huron Village to learn more about the First Nations ways of life, past, present and future;
  • Embark on a snowshoeing excursion through a forest;
  • Let's go to the mall! Practice your French and try out the fun rides found at the Galeries de la Capitale's brand new indoor amusement park;
  • Drive your own dogsledding team through the maple groves;
  • Feast and dance during your authentic French Canadian sugar shack experience;
Day 3 
  • Observe beautiful mosaics and a replica of Michelangelo's Pieta at the Sainte-Anne de Beaupré Basilica;
  • Walk along the suspended bridge of the Montmorency Falls, the site of historic battles & legends, and true Québec icon;
  • Take in the charm of Old Quebec during some free time to explore
  • See how guests stay warm in the themed suites of the Ice Hotel;
  • Tube your way down the snowy slides at the Village Vacances Valcartier;
Day 4 
  • Stroll through the campus grounds (and underground tunnels!) of North America's first francophone university, Université Laval;
  • Discover local products and practice your Québécois expressions on a Grocery Scavenger Hunt;
  • Shop ‘til you drop on Rue St-Jean and enjoy the Old Walled City with your friends;
Destination recommendations
3 to 6 Days
Combo with Montreal or Carnaval de Québec
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