Discover Quebec City's history as you take in a fascinating walking tour of the fortified 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.
Stroll down the narrow, colourful streets of Canada's oldest neighbourhood during the walking tour of Place Royale and Quartier Petit-Champlain. Then discover the interactive Musée de la Civilisation, and take ourPeople of Quebec…Then and now quiz. In the afternoon, visit the Musée du Fort for a sound and light show about the military history of the city. Continue the walking tour of the fortified city. After dinner, sail away on an enjoyable teen dance and cruise (seasonal) or a ferry ride on the majestic St. Lawrence River.
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. Continue your day with a guided tour of the Beaupré Coast: start with a cable car ride (seasonal) to the top of the Montmorency Falls, and on to visit the Copper Museum where tools await you to create your own repoussé work. 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, and visit the Parliament Building, home of the National Assembly. Then it's Mission: Immersion. Explore the city using your language skills to find the answers to our unique walking rally questionnaire. After lunch, travel to Montreal. Dinner is followed by an orientation tour of Old Montreal and the Old Harbour historic areas.
Discover Montreal with its bi-cultural heritage and cosmopolitan blend of the old and new during a comprehensive guided tour of Montreal. Leisure time to lunch in Montreal's famed underground city. Ice skate at the Atrium Le 1000 indoor skating rink. After nightfall, see the Montreal skyline from the top of Mount Royal.
Visit the Basilique Notre-Dame de Montréal, a neo-gothic masterpiece, and then explore Pointe-à-Callière, a national archeological and historic site built where Montreal was founded, showcasing remarkable ruins and numerous artifacts.In the afternoon, ride a cable car to the summit of the Olympic Stadium Tower and then explore the four ecological zones recreated at the Biodome. After dinner, sail away on an enjoyable teen dance and cruise (seasonal) on the St. Lawrence River, or attend a feature presentation en français at the IMAX Theatre.
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