Start discovering Quebec City’s history as you begin the fascinating walking tour of the fortified city.
Stroll down the narrow, colourful streets of Canada’s oldest neighbourhood during the walking tour of Place Royale and Quartier Petit-Champlain. View the city from a different perspective and see how ships navigate frozen waters during a ferry ride across the St. Lawrence River. Free time to lunch and explore the area. Then discover the interactive Musée de la Civilisation, and take our People of Quebec…Then and now quiz. Then, visit the Musée du Fortfor a sound and light show about the military history of the city. After dinner, become a Soldat de la tour billeted in one of the Martello Towers and learn all about 19th century military lifestyle through interactive competitions and games.
The day is filled with typical winter activities. In the morning, admire beautiful panorama as you snowshoein forest trails. A campfire and hot chocolate will warm you up halfway through your excursion. After lunch, visit the Copper Museum where tools await you to create your own repoussé work. Then, contemplate astounding winter landscapes when you stop at the Montmorency FallsPark. In the evening, have fun ice-skating in Old Quebec.
Following a traditional breakfast at the Huron Village, learn about the Natives’ way of life through a visit, games and legends. Delight in some free time to lunch, shop and entertain yourself at the indoor amusement park in Les Galeries de la Capitale shopping centre. Next, have fun during the ultimate winter experience: dogsledding in the heart of the Canadian forest. In the evening, take part in the dinner, traditional dancing and games at an authentic sugar shack.
Enjoy breakfast at the breathtaking restaurant Le Parlementaire.At 221 meters (725 feet) above sea level, appreciate a 360 degree view of the city and area as you visit the Quebec Observatory. Then follow your guide for a walking tour of Parliament Hill. After lunch, continue on to visit the amazingIce Hotel, unique in North America. It is a real work of art made entirely of ice and snow. Next, savor the joys of winter at Village des sports Valcartier. Sit on an inner tube or a snow raft and slide down the snowy hills of this winter playground
Working with a small company like Immersion Tours is great because the experience is much more personalized. Even Christian, the company director, stopped by to meet us and see how we were enjoying our trip!