Quebec City, QC
Return to Quebec City, where an optional morning tour introduces the charms of this breathtaking locale and the stunning view from Observatory Towers before visiting the impressive Montmorency Falls. Tonight, a local pianist entertains you onboard.
Optional Excursions and Activities
*Optional sightseeing tours are at an additional cost unless otherwise specified.
Quebec City and Montmorency Falls Tour
Discover, in comfort, the renowned sites and heritage of this ancient capital. Quebec’s historical, cultural and sacred monuments bear witness to four centuries of life in North America. A local expert will introduce the highlights of this majestic city, such as the Parliaments Buildings, the Battle Fields Park, Plains of Abraham, the Citadel, Chateau Frontenac, Place d’Armes, and Place Royale. Then to top it all off, a stop will be at the Marie-Guyart Building, where you will view the city’s splendor from 31 floors up! Take in breath taking views from this height of over 700 feet, with panoramas such as the St. Lawrence River, Ile-d’Orleans, the Laurentian Mountains, the city’s fortifications and the winding cobblestone streets that make this city so charming. The best is yet to come with a journey to the majestic Montmorency Falls. These impressive falls were named by Samuel de Champlain after the duke of Montmorency. At 272 feet tall, they’re 98 feet taller than Niagara Falls, and offer a thunderous experience and a beautiful photo opportunity.
Old Quebec Walking and Wine Tour
In Old Quebec, your experienced guide will make the history of Quebec come alive as you walk the charming cobblestone streets of the Old Town. Best explored on foot, you will discover nearly four centuries of history. Essentially a living museum, the Old Town is the only walled city in North America and was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1985. On this tour you will see the Place-Royale, Petit-Champlain Street, Funicular, Chateau Frontenac, Dufferin Terrace, and Upper City. On this tour you will also enjoy a wine tasting in one of Quebec’s historical buildings, with an informative presentation of a variety of wines from the Province of Quebec.