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Canada - Quebec City Homestay

Description

What is there to say about the European stronghold on American grounds if not that it is the perfect destination to get to Europe without the cost? Activities abound in all seasons: in winter, the magical and renowned Québec Carnival heats up the city and in summer, you can feast your eyes on the colourful festivals, street performers and the majestic Saint-Lawrence River. One cannot overlook the past, here still very much present, which awaits visitors to teach them about their origins.

Sample package

Homestay Quebec City – 5 days / 4 nights

DAY 1

A.M.: Arrival in Quebec City and meeting with your guide – lunch in Old Quebec

Afternoon: Welcome activity “Voix française, American Heart” – Museum of Civilization – Quartier Petit-Champlain and Place-Royale – Meeting with your host families.

Dinner and evening with the families.


DAY 2

Morning: Breakfast with the families.
Departure for the Beaupre Coast and stop at the historic site of the Montmorency waterfalls that offers you a spectacular look-out point over the St-Lawrence River and the capital.
Than, visit the magnificent Shrine of Ste-Anne de Beaupre and its surrondings.
Visit of the Atelier Paré – Economuseum of wood sculpture. The “joie de vivre” of Quebec’s legends are brought to life in this unique museum. Colorful and detailed wooden sculptures of playful spirits and devils can be seen throughout the museum, as the storyteller tells you some legends.
Before lunch, listen to Quebec’s traditional legends in French, while admiring their representations on an impressive 21-foot colourful deteiled wood sculptures, at Atelier Pare, a traditional wooden carvers workshop and an economuseum of legends.

Lunch in a restaurant.

Afternoon: Departure for the Galeries de la Capitale shopping centre.

Free time for shopping.

IMAX movie on Canada’s largest screen.

Meeting with your host family.

Dinner and evening with the families.

Galeries de la capitale_1


DAY 3

Morning: Breakfast with the families.

Visit of the most important defence structure at the Artillery Park.
Meeting at the  Dufferin Terrasse to take a picture of the group .
Guided tour of the Citadelle / Royal 22e Régiment Museum.

Free time for lunch & shopping on St-Jean Street.

Afternoon: Scavenger Hunt in Old Quebec and free time for shopping
Dinner and lively evening at the Chemin du Roy sugar shack and horse-drawn buggy ride.
Meeting with your host family.
Parc de l'artillerie

DAY 4

Morning: Breakfast with the families.
Mylitary activity with the National Battlefields Commission (Wolfe-Montcalm).

Free time for lunch on Grande-Allée.

P.M. Battles 1759-1760 and after that, visit of the Observatoire de la Capitale. The observatory, located 750 feet above the sea level, lets you have an impressive view of the Capital and its surroundings, through vast windows open on the four horizons. The Observatory is more than an observation deck: it is an interpretation center to better know the Capital.
Meeting with your host family.

Dinner and evening with the families.

Citadelle


DAY 5

A.M. Breakfast with the families – Parc Aquarium du Québec. Departure and lunch on the road