Discover the French flavour of Quebec with fantastic packages with a cosmopolitan Canadian twist.
There is something romantic about the flair and vibrancy of the French culture that has become steeped in so many of Canada’s cities and traditions, and you can experience it on a trip to the largest French speaking city outside France, Quebec City.
Creative Holidays has fantastic packages designed to give travellers a real taste of cosmopolitan Quebec and magical Montreal, from the fine cuisine to the wonderful culture and historic treasures.
With all the must see sights included in the holiday and plenty of free time, Creative Holidays’ Flavour of Quebec is the perfect way to see the region.
Discover Montreal, the worlds second largest French speaking city, with a city excursion highlighting Old Montreal, Notre Dame Basilica, one of the masterpieces of religious architecture in North America, Olympic Park, Mount Royal Lookout from which the city all comes into view, McGill University, Montreal Harbour, St. Josephs Oratory, City Hall, Place Des Arts, a world class centre for the performing arts, and the residential and financial districts.
Then see another side of Montreal and the St. Lawrence River onboard a Parisian styled glass-roofed riverboat, Le Bateau Mouche, which takes travellers upstream against the Sainte Marie current. Cruise through century old locks, visit the Park de Eduses, cruise under Montréal’s bridges and around the islands of Expo 67 all the while enjoying the expert commentary and insight from the onboard guide.
Following a few wonderful days in Montreal the holiday heads to Canada’s oldest city, Quebec. To help acquaint yourself with the city the trip includes a sightseeing excursion to visit the Plains of Abraham, the site of the historic battle between French and British forces, Palace Royal, the National Assembly and Upper and Lower Quebec, before allowing plenty of free time explore and immerse yourself in the charming blend of ancient and modern architecture and elegant atmosphere of the city.
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