Montreal and Quebec City

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A four day and three night journey on a minibus with excursions, museums, and attractions

 

Tour Provider: Universe Tour

555 Wilson Heights Blvd Unit 7, North York, ON M3H 6B5

416-398-2400 x 3369; 416-722-9043

 

Comfortable Minibus with capacity for up to 13 tourists

 

$780 CAD, Single supplement $150

 

What is Included:

  • Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

  • Notre-Dame Basilica of Montreal

  • Museum of Civilization in Quebec City

  • Three nights in hotel with breakfast


During this tour you will explore two magnificent cities of the province of Quebec. Montreal is the cosmopolitan, ultramodern and at the same time historic city with stunning architecture and landmarks. Quebec City has all the charm of Old Europe and  immensely rich cultural heritage.

 

Day One

Pick up locations and times:

Mississauga: 8:30 am 

Square One (LCBO parking lot - 65 Square One Drive)  

North York: 9:00 am 

Sheppard West Subway Station, Passenger Pick-Up/Drop Of

 

Scarborough: 9:30 am 

Scarborough Town Centre La-Z-Boy Furniture parking lot, 530 Progress Ave.

 

  • Stops on the way

  • ​The tour guide’s narrative about passing sites, history and landmarks of Ontario and Quebec 

  • Checking in at the hotel in Montreal

  • St Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal. Opulent Roman Catholic minor basilica & Canada’s largest church with one of the largest domes in the world.

  • Mount Royal Park. Observation decks with incredible views of Montreal skyline 

    • Summit Circle Lookout

    • Mount Royal Lookout

 

Day 2

 

  • Breakfast

  • Sightseeing Tour

    • Old Montreal Quarter. One of the oldest urban areas in North America with some of its buildings built in the 17th century. 

    • St. Catherine Street East. Primary commercial artery of downtown Montreal 

    • Notre-Dame Basilica of Montreal

    • Place d’Armes, Bonsecours Market, St. Jacques Street 

    • Old Port of Montreal. The historic port of Montreal was used as early as 1611. It is today a recreational and historical area.

    • Mary Queen of the World cathedral.  Quebec's third largest church and one of its most impressive.

    • Underground city, Central  Station

    • Habitat 67. Montreal's architectural icon, built for Expo 67 by Moshe Safdie 

    • Olympic Stadium

    • Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, a venue for the FIA Formula One Canadian Grand Prix

    • Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (Golden Square Mile)

  • Night in the hotel

 

 

Day 3

Day 4

Breakfast

Free time in Montreal Downtown

Departure to Toronto

 

Drop off locations and times:

Scarborough: 9:00 pm 

Scarborough Town Centre La-Z-Boy Furniture parking lot, 530 Progress Ave.
 

North York: 9:30 pm

Sheppard West Subway Station, Passenger Pick-Up/Drop Of


Mississauga: 10:00 pm 

Square One (LCBO parking lot - 65 Square One Drive)