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Destination: Quebec City

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Getting to know Quebec City

Quebec City is the only walled community in North America and is deeply engaged in preserving its history and its unique place in Canada. Situated on the St Lawrence River, Quebec City became a strategic port for trade in timber and furs. It is the Provincial Capital and the seat of the only Francophone government in North America.

Our All-inclusive Visit

In the morning, our coaches depart for the Plains of Abraham at the point where the battle between the invading English forces and the defenders took place as they stormed the upper city and captured the town. Then onward to pretty Place Royale in the lower-town, which in 1759 was bombarded from across the river, as fire ships were dispatched towards the port. We then drive out of Quebec City to see the historical and majestic Montmorency Falls including a cable car ride to the top where you will have magnificent views across to the Ile d’Orléans. This afternoon guests are encouraged to stroll on their own out of the port, which is located close to the lower town and visit the Petit Champlain and take the funicular railway to the Château Frontenac to stroll the magnificent Dufferin Terrace.

Destination: Quebec City

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Victory Sailing Dates Which Call Here:

Getting to know Quebec City

Quebec City is the only walled community in North America and is deeply engaged in preserving its history and its unique place in Canada. Situated on the St Lawrence River, Quebec City became a strategic port for trade in timber and furs. It is the Provincial Capital and the seat of the only Francophone government in North America.

Our All-inclusive Visit

In the morning, our coaches depart for the Plains of Abraham at the point where the battle between the invading English forces and the defenders took place as they stormed the upper city and captured the town. Then onward to pretty Place Royale in the lower-town, which in 1759 was bombarded from across the river, as fire ships were dispatched towards the port. We then drive out of Quebec City to see the historical and majestic Montmorency Falls including a cable car ride to the top where you will have magnificent views across to the Ile d’Orléans. This afternoon guests are encouraged to stroll on their own out of the port, which is located close to the lower town and visit the Petit Champlain and take the funicular railway to the Château Frontenac to stroll the magnificent Dufferin Terrace.

More about Quebec City…

The name “Quebec” is likely taken from the Algonquian world for “narrowing of the river.”