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Tours in Quebec starting from $219

Prices are per person “land only” (excluding air) based on double occupancy.

About Quebec Tours

The word “Kebec” is an Algonquin word which means “where the river narrows.”

In 1985, the oldest part of Quebec City was declared a UNESCO World Heritage. 

Only about 1.5% of the population speaks English. Over 95% of the population is French-speaking. More than a third are fluent in both.

The Chateau Frontenac is the most photographed hotel in the world.  

J.A. Moisan Epicier, built in 1871 is the oldest grocery in North America. 

The provincial government is the largest employer in the city.

Quebec is regarded as one of the most visited places in Canada due to its various festivals. 

Why go on a Quebec tour?

Quebec is one of the most diverse regions in North America – featuring historic influences with hints of quaint European charm and sleek modern designs. Begin your tour in its capital, Quebec City, which is considered Canada’s oldest city. While there, explore the Latin Quarter, the Plains of Abraham, the Citadel, and the Place Royale and see why Quebec City is such a desired destination among travelers worldwide. After, go on an exciting whale watching cruise through the Charlevoix region and Baie-Ste-Catherine. A naturalist guide will acquaint you with the sea animals and teach you about marine life. Visit the natural phenomenon of Montmorency Falls Park. You can either take a gondola ride or walk the trails to the very top of the falls. Spend some time in the romantic city of Montreal. Almost everything about this city is endearing and exciting – from its intricate architecture design, scenic routes, and trendy restaurants. A visit to Montreal is not complete without a stop in the historical district of Old Montreal. During summer, artists and performers fill the cobblestone alleyways with bustling energy and colour. Its contagious atmosphere will definitely have you planning your next Quebec tour! 

When is the best time to go?

The best times to go on a Quebec tour is between the months of June to September and December to February. During these months, the city’s social calendar is booked with events and festivals, so there are always things for travelers to do!  The average summer temperature is 25C, with a winter average of -7C. While the average fall and spring temperatures ranges between -1C to 4C. 

To learn more about Quebec tours, speak with a tripcentral.ca travel agent who’s been there before! They can tell you more about this exciting venture and help you plan one amazing getaway!