4 Day Quebec City School Trip Itinerary

quebec city skyline at sunset
– Return motorcoach transportation

– Hotel accommodations indicated

Choose from:

– le Chateau Frontenac

– Loews Concorde

– Delta Quebec

– Hotel Clarendon

– Indicated activities (subject to availability)

– All Meals except breakfast and lunch on day 1 and dinner on the last day

– Bilingual Local Guide

– All taxes and gratuities

– String Bag and Bracelet with emergency contact number

Call for optional activities and supplement

Personal Expenses

All other inclusions not specifically indicated

4 Day Quebec City School Trip

Featuring accommodations at the historic Château Frontenac (above), the Hotel Le Concorde, or the Hotel Delta Québec, an interactive history lesson, a Chasse au Trésor, Ste-Anne-de-Beaupré Basilica, Montmorency Falls, an evening dance cruise on the largest cruise ship in Canada, and an evening at a French-Canadian cabane à sucre. 

Arrive in Québec City, the cradle of French civilization in North America, meet your QT tour manager at the historic Château Frontenac, the Hotel le Concorde or the Hotel Delta Québec, check in and freshen up. 

Begin your visit with a walking orientation tour of the Upper City, that will introduce you to the Grande Allée, the Assemblée Nationale, Notre Dame de Québec Cathedral, and the Terrasse Dufferin.

Your day will end with dinner in the Walled City.   

Les Anciens Canadiens or Le Petit Coin Breton

Check-in to your accommodations for the night.

Overnight security

Breakfast at Le Cochon Dingue in the Quartier Petit Champlain.

Group photograph on the Parc Montmorency ramparts  

City sightseeing tour ending with lunch at Les Galeries de la Capitale.

Cultural and linguistic Chasse au Trésor (treasure hunt) ending at the  Assemblée Nationale, Québec’s provincial parliament building.

Dinner in the Quartier Latin

Optional activities

take a dance cruise on the Louis Joliet 

Breakfast in the Quartier Latin.

Attend an interactive history lesson at la Maison de la Découverte

Visit the Basilique Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré,.

Walk across a foot bridge that passes directly over 230-foot high Montmorency Falls (at right). 

Dinner at an authentic,  French-Canadian cabane à sucre (sugar shack) with traditional food, music, dancing and sugar-on-snow.

Buffet breakfast on the Grande Allée or overlooking Place d’Armes.

Multi-media lesson about the famous Battle of the Plains of Abraham.

Lunch in the Quartier Petit Champlain. 

Meet your bus and depart for home.