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Montréal & Quebec City Explorer

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Explore Quebec by visiting two of its largest and most diverse cities. Experience the fascinating culture, exquisite scenery, warm-hearted people and delectable cuisine of this province. Discover cosmopolitan Montreal, the largest French-speaking city in North America and charming, historic Quebec City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

  • 3 nights hotel accommodation
  • 3 day Montréal Museum pass
  • 3 day Montréal transit pass
  • Montréal to Québec Sightseeing Excursion
  • VIA 1 transfer from Quebec to Montreal
  • Luggage handling
Day 1 Montréal Upon arrival into Montreal, transfer (independently) to your chosen downtown hotel to check in. The rest of the day will be at your leisure to explore the largest city in Québec.
Overnight Montreal.

Day 2 Exploring Montréal Today is yours to explore the vast city and all its attractions. With your Montréal Museum Passport, you have unlimited access to the cities local transit as well as admission to over 30 museums.
Overnight Montreal.

Day 3 Montréal to Québec City Today you will travel on a full day motorcoach tour, where an expert guide will bring you through all the historical treasures of Québec such as : Place Royale, Notre Dame Basilca, Plains of Abraham, Parliament Building, Montmorency Falls, Ile D'Orleans, Place D'Armes. At the conclusion of the tour, you will be dropped off at your Québec City hotel.
Overnight Montreal.

Day 4 Québec to Montréal A morning check-out of your hotel will allow you to hop on a train back to Montreal today. Travel southbound aboard VIA 1 class train service. Upon arrival into Montréal, transfer independently to the Montreal Airport or to your downtown hotel.
Moderate Accommodations

Moderate

Hotel Gouveneur Montreal Hotel Gouveneur Place Dupuis
352 rooms, downtown location, dining, pool, spa.
Hotel Manoir Victoria Hotel Manoir Victoria Quebec City
148 rooms. Located within the walls of Old Québec. 2 restaurants, 1 lounge, indoor pool, steam room, sauna, spa facilities, fitness centre, beauty salon and gift shop. Non-smoking rooms available.
Deluxe Accommodations

Deluxe

Fairmont Queen Elizabeth Fairmont Queen Elizabeth
1047 rooms and suites. Close to shopping, city attractions, nightlife and exquisite dining. Located at the VIA Rail Station.
The Fairmont Chateau Frontenac The Fairmont Chateau Frontenac Quebec City
618 rooms. Located within the walls of Old Québec. 4 restaurants, 1 lounge, indoor pool, children’s wading pool, steam room, sauna, whirlpool, massage services and fitness centre. Assorted shops and business centre. Non-smoking floors available.

Available daily between May 01 - Oct 29, 2009.

May 1 - Jun 17 Twin Single Child
Moderate $601 $851 $274
Deluxe $778 $1,193 $274
Jun 18 – Oct 17 Twin Single Child
Moderate $630 $907 $274
Deluxe $904 $1,444 $274
Oct 18 – Oct 29 Twin Single Child
Moderate $561 $771 $274
Deluxe $700 $1036 $274

Deluxe: An outstanding property offering high standards of accommodations and facilities. It is important to note though, that Deluxe accommodation refers only to the Hotel Class and not to the room category included in the package price. Some Deluxe hotels are heritage properties that possess historical elegance, but may not reflect current North American deluxe hotel standards. Room upgrades may be available at an additional cost.

Moderate: A property that offers limited hotel facilities and North American standard room features such as a television, telephone, one or two beds, private washroom with shower and/or bathtub (unless otherwise noted). Rooms may be smaller than Deluxe hotel rooms and the public areas may be also be smaller and simpler. Usually suitable for the cost-conscious traveller.
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