Chateau Frontenac

8 day sample itinerary

Montreal and Quebec City Multi Centre

French Influences and Historical Sites

Dive into Canada's culture and history in these two fascinating cities. Montréal is filled with French influences resulting in delicious cuisine and a sophisticated atmosphere. Explore Old Town where you'll find quirky boutique shops and cafes. Continue your journey by VIA Rail and stop in the UNESCO world heritage site; Québec City. Here you can explore 400 years of history with a stroll along cobbled streets and walk the walls of the only fortified city north of Mexico.

Our Experts Recommend:
  • Hike up Mont Royal for stunning views over the city of Montreal
  • Visit Jean-Talon market for a light lunch or to pick up souvenirs
  • Saint-Denis Street and Saint-Laurent Boulevard are havens of shops and restaurants
  • Explore Quebec City's Old Town and it's cobbled streets seeped in history
  • Take a cruise along the St Lawrence River

Sample Itinerary Summary

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8 days
Destination Breakdown
  • Montreal

    Itinerary Highlights

    • Stroll round the Notre-Dame Basilica and view the stunning stain glass windows and paintings
    • View the variety of plants and birds at Mount Royal Park
    • Visit Parc Jean-Drapeau the home of the Formula 1 Grand Prix circuit
    • Discover Point-a-Calliere the city's birth place
    • Explore the underground pedestrian network beneath the city
  • Quebec City

    Itinerary Highlights

    • Explore the Notre-Dame de Québec Basilica Catherdral
    • Learn about Québec's First Nations at the only Huron-Wendake community in Canada
    • Head to Saint-Jean District to the bakeries, patisseries and chocolatiers
    • Take the Old Québec Funicular for spectacular views of the city
    • Walk over the suspension bridge at Montmorency Falls

Explore Montréal's exciting blend of European flavour and North American exuberance. This interesting city offers the best of both worlds; soak up the romantic charms of old town, hit the shops in downtown, then soak up the culture with a glass of wine in a patio bar. Explore the underground city, walk through the fascinating underground pedestrian network. Here you'll find renowned restaurants and a great choice of shops. Perhaps head to Jean Talon Market to shop among locals and enjoy the display of local products and of course - maple syrup.


Quebec City

Continue on your cultural experience, in Québec's historic capital; Québec City. Old Québec is a UNESCO world heritage site, and it's easy to see why. Explore the 2.8 miles of Fortifications around old town, this is the all walled city north of Mexico. Spend a day getting to know about the city's incredible gastronomic history and culture on a culinary tour, this way you get to sample the best local and organic cuisine the city has to offer. Stop in the beautiful Basilica, Notre-Dame-de-Quebec, and wander through beautiful ornate cathedral, which is located in the heart of the old city.