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2-3 days tour in Montreal and Quebec City?

by Olli1009

Hi all,

My partner and I are going to visit my family in Toronto in September.
I've been to Canada several times and it's his first time, so we wanted to visit Montreal and Quebec city, too.

Are there any guided tours to Quebec, about 3 nights, departuring from Toronto?
Can you recommend something?
We want to visit Montreal and Quebec City, so anything that covers both cities would be okay.

Thanks you all in advance! :-)

Re: 2-3 days tour in Montreal and Quebec City?

by Pomerol

Hi Olga,

Quebec City, and Montreal, are two beautiful places that are best explored by foot. September is a great time to visit because the weather is nice and it is much less touristy.

From Toronto, you can catch a train direct to Montreal and then to Quebec City. You can consult this site for train schedule and fares (www.viarail.ca)

Here you will find a list of different guided tours in Montreal (http://www.frommers.com/destinations/montreal/0018010019.html)

For Quebec City, I strongly suggest you simply walk around and explore the Old town at your leisure and take advantage of the numerous fine shop, cafés and restaurants.

If you insist on a guided tour from Toronto, you can look up this site: http://www.canadarailtours.com/torontorailroadvacation/toronto-rrt1.html, but I think you will do better and cheaper if you make your own arrangements.

If you need tips for hotels and such, let me know.

Re: 2-3 days tour in Montreal and Quebec City?

by JulieSteal

Hi Olga,

I took a tour of Montreal with www.tours4fun.com It was a lot of fun and I strongly suggest that if you do decide to go on a tour try them out. I really don't drive often so this was a great choice.

Good luck,

Julie

Re: 2-3 days tour in Montreal and Quebec City?

by Amanda12345678

Hey! Looking for a good website? http://www.infotouriste.ca ! It’s a great way to find out which shows, concerts, festivals are going on! With full descriptions, ticket prices, important dates and more, you’ll find exactly what you need! And if you’re wondering which clubs are hot right now, visit http://www.infonightclub.ca for pictures, events, guestlists and surprises!

Enjoy your stay =)

Travel Tips for Montreal

A nice park up the mountain....

by Laura_Mexico

This is a big park where apparently Montrealers enjoy very much strolling and performing other activities, no matter what the season of the year is. It's located on the top of Mont Royal, there's a bus which takes you there and you can get off right in front of the entrance (it passes by every hour, approximately).

Far behind you can see what I think are some ski slopes (although very small), and I never got to know for sure if what you can see in front of them was a lake.... it looked like one to me, totally frozen of course, but I didn't get to confirm it (the park DOES have one but I remained really close to the entrance at all times and didn't get to explore much of it).

The park was totally deserted by the time I visited it but I think families must crowd it when the weather is nice and more outdoor activities can be performed - i.e. picnics, ball playing, kite flying, jogging, sun bathing, etc.! It must look beautiful in the spring/summer time, but even better in the fall when the trees become red-orange-yellow! You can see many kinds of birds and squirrels around! You really feel like you are out of the city while being inside the park! There are some nice houses in the surroundings -- the area in general is very peaceful and not crowded, at least by the time I was there.

Visitar el ' Biodome' sus...

by Chasse

Visitar el ' Biodome' sus distintos ecosistemas pero con mayor atractivo la apreciación de la vida de los pingüinos, gozar con la belleza de la Catedral de 'Notre Dame' y por supuesto recrearse en las Islas de ' Saite Helene' y ' Notre Dame' Calle de Santa Catarina, la Avenida Sherbrook - donde está el Hotel ' Four Points Sheraton' en que
estuvimos alojados.
El Oratorio de San José, fundado por el Hermano André,las Universidades McGill y UQUAM ( Universite Quebeqoise aux Montreal)

Edmonstone - Allan Building (1858)

by yooperprof

These attractive stone building on a prominent quay-side "triangle" was the headquarters of the Edmonstrone - Allan shipping empire. It was one of the their ships which was the first to reach the survivors of the "Titanic" after their little icecube collision in the North Atlantic.

The Building now serves as an information center and tourism center for the Old Port of Montreal.

Plateau Mont-Royal

by zChris

Check out the chic quartier of Plateau Mont-Royal. Stretching north from the Quartier Latin, the Plateau has become a haven for great shopping, dining and living as it quickly becomes one of Montreal's more desireable areas. Contrast is inevitable here- the domestic life of the old blue collar plateau clashes with the sleek yuppie stylings of the new, stone Second Empire townhouses in all their romantic glory squat next to typical Montreal 3-story apartment houses with exterior stairways. The quality and variety of the neighbourhood's Victorian architecture is simply amazing. To get a good feel for the area, walk the main arteries of Ave. Mont-Royal, Boul. St-laurant, and Rue St-Denis as well as smaller streets such as Duluth (see below), Drolet, St-Hubert and St-Andre which characterise the delightful residential character. The neighbourhood is best seen on foot or bike, with the proliferation of bike lanes in this cyclist-friendly city. Be advised, in Montreal an area of dilapidated buildings and cheap ethnic markets as one may find in certain parts of the district doesn't signify the high-crime stereotype evident in districts of US cities of similar character. Montreal is absolutely safe at almost any time of day in any district.

Tam tam

by eternel2002

Tam tam is small danse show where everyone can come and participate, it starts when the weather become nice, every sunday people come and meet around the statue in the bottom of the mount-royal and time to danseeeeee ;)

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