Landmark Educational Tours

4 Day Quebec City
Winter Itinerary

4 Days 3 Nights

A trip they will never forget.

Discover the enchanting beauty and rich culture of Quebec City with our four-day itinerary. Immerse yourself in the city’s history, sample delectable cuisine, and soak in breathtaking views of the St. Lawrence River. With our expertly curated guide, you’ll have ample time to explore top attractions and hidden gems. From the charming streets of Old Quebec to the vibrant atmosphere of Grande Allée, this itinerary has it all. Start planning your unforgettable four-day trip to Quebec City today!

Your tour package includes

  • Transportation
  • Hotel Accommodations
  • Attractions and Meals 
  • Landmark Tour Manager (24/7)
  • Optional Travel Insurance and so much more! 

Included Highlights

  • Morrin Center Quebec
  • La Citadelle de Québec 
  • Village Hurons Wendat
  • Canyon Ste-Anne
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Day 1 / Jour 1


Stops on route – have the required documents for your border crossing into  Canada


Meet your tour leader as you arrive at the historic Chateau Frontenac (or Clarendon Hotel within the old walls) or the Hotel Delta Québec (or Hilton) on Parliament Hill, directly across the street from the Assemblée Nationale, Québec’s provincial parliament building. Your arrival time is approximate.  


After checking in start your discovery with your tour manager and then depart for a walking orientation tour that will introduce you to the Quartier Latin and Vieux Québec in Upper and Lower Town.


Your tour will end with dinner in a Parisian style restaurant on St-Jean St.


Dinner. Trois Garçons 


After dinner,  walk to the Terrasse Dufferin where you will pause for a group photograph on the boardwalk outside the Château Frontenac, then walk back to the hotel with your guide. 


Overnight at your hotel


Overnight security 11pm-5am

Day 2 / Jour 2



Meet your guide in the lobby, then walk or transfer into the walled city for a full  Canadian breakfast at 8:00am at Café Buade.


La Citadelle de Québec 

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After the tour, you can have lunch on your own in the adjacent food  court, OR transfer to les Galeries de la Capitale where, after lunch on  your own in the international food court, you can take a ride on the indoor roller coaster or Ferris wheel, or practice your French in a few of les  Galeries’ 250 boutiques and retail stores.  


After lunch, meet the bus and return to Village Vacances the largest  

winter sports facility in North America in the nearby village of Valcartier. 

There, upon arrival, you can try any of  its 42 exciting inner tube and crazy carpet slides, or go ice skating on the 2.5 kilometer skating  



Depart for dinner at an authentic French-Canadian cabane à sucre.


After an all-you-can-eat dinner of typical Québécois fare, you’ll learn  some traditional dances and folk  songs, and your evening will end  with a sugar-on-snow party, with  real maple syrup and real snow  (stored in the winter and served  every day of the year).  


Board the bus at and transfer back to the hotel in Quebec City.  


Overnight security

Day 3 / Jour 3



Meet your tour leader  in the lobby, then transfer to the Quartier Petit Champlain for a 9:00am French breakfast of large fresh croissants and a bowl of café au lait or chocolat chaud at le Cochon Dingue.  


Depart for a visit to Parc de la Chutes Montmorency, the site of the  first battle between Generals Wolfe and Montcalm took place during the  epochal summer of 1759. In winter, the spray freezes on the  rock faces around the falls, making  them a challenge for ice climbers.  Other visitors can take advantage  of  the “Sugarloaf,” 100-foot-high mountain formed from the mist from the falls.


Continue on to the Basilique Ste-Anne. There you will visit  the magnificent Basilique Sainte-Anne-de- Beaupré,  an internationally famous  gothic cathedral, that is renowned for its huge proportions and superb stained glass windows.  


Return to city for lunch on your own


Walk or transfer to the National Battlefields Commission’s  Martello Tower.


Scavenger Treasure Hunt in Upper Town


Return to hotel and prepare for evening dinner


Walk or transfer to dinner at L”Entrecote  St-Jean


Arrive at Dinner at L’Entrecote St-Jean


After dinner, your  group can walk to les  Glissades de la Terrasse,  Québec’s famous toboggan slide that’s constructed on  the boardwalk outside the  Château Frontenac every  winter.  


There you’ll spend  the evening taking exhilarating, 300-metre rides  on “la luge”, or ice-skating  on the outdoor rink overlooking the frozen St. Lawrence River.  Warm up if you need to with a cup of a chocolat chaud in the heated gazebo at the bottom of the  toboggan slide. 


Overnight security services begin upon arrival at the hotel at 10:00pm.

Day 4 / Jour 4



After an early wake-up call, pack your bags and drop off for motorcoach pick-up


Assemble in the hotel lobby, then walk with your guide to an 7:30am  


Breakfast at le Cafe Les Mordus.


Visit the Musee du Fort

Here students will be immersed in the events of the Battle of the Plains of Abraham, a pivotal battle that would determine the course of history of North America


Meet motorcoach to load luggage on bus


Walk to the funicular


Take the funiculaire to the Upper Town 


Lunch on your own on rue du Petit Champlain


Take the ferry and say au revoir to Quebec City


Motorcoach meets group on the Levis side of the ferry.


Board the bus and depart for home.


Arrive back at your school, travel will vary based on location.





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