Bus tour to Quebec from Montreal – Quebec day trip by bus, Trip to Quebec, Travel to Quebec.
We will leave Montreal at 7:00am. After around 3 hours, we will arrive at Montmorency Falls. At 83 meters high, it is the largest waterfall in the Province of Quebec. We will take a sightseeing cable car to the top of the Falls to admire the beauty and the magnificence of the St-Lawrence River and its surrounding areas (The parking fee $3.5 is mandatory). We will visit the Ice Hotel, a stunning yet ephemeral work of art and architecture entirely built of snow and ice. Every winter, this unique hotel is completely redesigned and rebuilt, offering an unforgettable experience the only hotel of its kind in North America. In the afternoon, we will stop at the Capital Observatory, the tallest building in the city. With a 360° view of Quebec City from 221 meters up, where you will wonder at the magnificent view of the capital. Afterwards you will have free time to visit the old Quebec City. As the only fortified city in North America, Quebec City has a history of more than 400 years. You will discover Quebec City from many different angles such as politics, military, history, heritage, architecture and so much more. In old Quebec City, you can see: Petit Champlain – is a neighborhood in Quebec City. It is the oldest district in North America with famous attractions such as Rue du Petit Champlain mural and Breakneck Stairs. Cathedral-Basilica of Notre-Dame de Québec – it is a primate church in Quebec City and known as the oldest church in the Americas. Its long history and close relation with the New France makes it one of the most important national historic site for the whole Canada. Château Frontenac – was designed by American architect Bruce Price. It is constructed under the requirement of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company (CPR) and accounts for one of the series castle style hotel buildings and so much more to see. There are other famous attractions such as Notre-Dame-des-Victoires church, Artillery Park Heritage Site or Place Royale, that you might not want to miss. In addition, during your free time you can also visit the Quebec Winter Carnival (from January 26 to February 11). The first ever Carnival dates back to 1894, these festivities were created to warm the hearts of the population often faced with harsh winters. Now, the Quebec Carnival becomes the biggest winter celebration which attracts thousands of visitors from all over the world every year. The most famous attractions of this winter festival are the night-time and daytime parades led by mascot Bonhomme Carnaval. You can admire the impressive snow and ice sculptures adorning the city, visit the Bonhomme's Ice Palace, as well as snow slides, giant foosball, skating, shows and much, much more exciting activities waiting for you to discover. After fully enjoying yourselves, you will leave Quebec City at 5:30 pm and will arrive in Montreal around 8:30 pm.
Price includes: English & French speaking guide (surcharge), transportation, taxes, the client's contribution to the Indemnity Fund amounting to $1.00 per $1,000 of travel services purchased.
* Service charge for driver & guide: adults $7, Child (0-12) $5 (Notes: Service charge is payable by the number of the people you booked no matter how many show up)
* Entrance fees:
- Montmorency Falls: adults $3.5, child $3.5 (this parking fee not count as activity)
- Capital observation: adult $12, Child (0-11) free
- Cable Car: adult $15, Child(5-11) $8.5
- Ice Hotel: adult $20.50, Child (5-11) $14.75
* Travel insurance
Important notice: In respect of the program, Wonder Travel reserves all rights to cancel or change the visit without notice depending on weather and traffic, time changing or the closing day of tour sites, etc. Wonder Travel will not be held responsible for delays caused by accidents, breakdowns, bad road conditions, snow storms, detours, congestion or traffic and other conditions beyond its control. It will not be liable for damages that may result from failure to operate the start or to continue the journey if it deems prudent to do so. Wonder Travel does not accept any responsibility or liability for any loss resulting from force majeure or a trip without insurance. We recommend you to purchase personal travel insurance for protection. The tickets prices and meals can be changed according to the season without notice. All passengers must follow the group schedule. A passenger should be responsible and pay for extra transportation or other costs incurred by unauthorized self-action. All spaces and seats on the bus are arranged by Wonder Travel in order of reservation. If the passenger no show, Wonder Travel has the right to use the space and seats. Service charge is payable by the number of the people you booked regardless how many of you actually show up for the tour. Your reservation with Wonder Travel confirms that you have read, understood and agreed to all of the above terms and conditions. Should the client have any questions to the above policies, please feel free to contact us for detailed information and consulting.
Admission tickets bought through sellers other than Wonder Travel (e.g. City Pass) are not applicable to Wonder Travel tours.
Departure Point: 1242 Rue Stanley. Montreal (Green Line Metro Peel Exit St-Catherine or Orange Line Metro station Lucien-L'Allier)
24 hours indoor parking is available and affordable. Parking address is 1200 rue stanley Montreal. More detail information please visit www.autoparcstanley.com
organised coach travel from Montreal - Quebec city