This one week itinerary combines the cosmopolitan city of Montreal with the historic Quebec City.
We have included a train transfer between these two popular cities as it’s a very easy and convenient way to travel between the two cities.
This trip also includes a full day trip to Tadoussac whilst in Quebec City to take in some whale watching – it seems silly not to!
Keep this as a short holiday or add other parts of Quebec to create a longer holiday; the choice is yours.
Mr Goodyear - Travelled Alberta & BC
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Everything went to plan. The car was excellent, we had no problems with the ferry bookings or the hotel reservations and the information we received was all accurate. We appreciated the very convenient seats that were reserved for us on the flights. Overall, an excellent holiday experience, you did an excellent job in putting it all together for us and in responding to my many queries.
Itinerary (7 Nights)
Here’s a day-by-day guide to your itinerary. Feel free to ask us to add other days or ideas and excursions by contacting us directly, so we can give you the best price.
Fly into Montreal from the UK. On arrival, transfer to your hotel and spend the next 2 days...
Fly into Montreal from the UK. On arrival, transfer to your hotel and spend the next 2 days exploring this cosmopolitan city. Spend some time exploring old Montreal and the old port, as well as using your free sightseeing tour. Take in Mont Royal and enjoy the street side cafes.
3 nights in Montreal.
Today you will take the train from Montreal to Quebec City for 3 nights at...
Today you will take the train from Montreal to Quebec City for 3 nights at the Manoir Victoria. Spend your time in this historic city – the only walled city in North America – exploring the winding cobblestone streets, the boutiques and first class restaurants. Your stay also includes a full day tour to Tadoussac including a whale watching excursion.
3 nights in Quebec City.
Leave Quebec City on the train back to Montreal. Overnight in Montreal and get some...