22250
Quebec
French Canada at a Slower Pace: Montréal & Québec City
Be immersed in the architecture, Francophone culture and culinary arts of Montréal and Québec City as you discover the joie de vivre that unites the Québecois, all at a leisurely pace.
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Program No. 22250RJ
Length
7 days
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1,799
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Mary Alice
(5)

The Road Scholar expands your horizons and nourishes your brain, heart, and soul!

Jean
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Took my first Road Scholar trip and totally enjoyed it! What an incredibly well orchestrated event. We had an excellent tour guide (Julie) and our activities and meals were outstanding. I would highly recommend this trip and certainly would say that Road Scholar is an incredible value for the money!

Linda
(5)

As a visitor from the U.S., I learned a great deal about the history of Canada, and particularly about the important role of the French in settling North America.

Sharon
(5)

Looking back at the photos I took, I'm again amazed at the range of experiences provided by this program. I so enjoyed the activities that it's kind of surprising to realize how much I learned about the Montreal/Quebec area and its history. Recommend highly!

Marilyn
(5)

A delightful introduction to French Canada. A visit to the Ursuline Museum in Quebec City was a particular favorite.

Ron
(5)

This is a wonderful Program combining the old and new of French Canada. Montreal's underground city, former site of Expo 67, Museum of Fine Arts and the Archaeology Museum were delightful to see. The train ride to Quebec City was efficient and offered a view of rural French Canada. Quebec City was toured in-depth including Montmorency Falls. Our guide, Lise Lambert, was very organized, approachable and a delight. Our group meshed well. I highly recommend this tour of French Canada at a Slower Pace: Montreal & Quebec City

Silvana
(5)

Great group, great leader, great mix of program and on-your-own time. I really enjoyed this trip!

Lynne
(5)

This program exceeded my expectations! It was educational and fun. The group was varied, but they were welcoming to solo travelers. I would highly recommend this trip to anyone wanting to learn more about these cities.

William
(5)

This was a most enjoyable experience with a good mix of group activities and on your own and led to a deeper appreciation of the places we visited. Great guides and instructors and comfortable locations that could not be bettered.

Kathleen
(5)

This program provided a very enjoyable, comprehensive educational and leisure trip to both cities. The sites visited were interesting, with very understandable interpreters with us to enhance the experience. A perfect mix of structured and free time. Great restaurants were chosen for our group meals.

Sue
(5)

This was a wonderful program! Interesting, stimulating, and over too soon. I highly recommend it as completely enjoyable.

Cynthia
(5)

What a delightful program--so much history and culture to discover in Montreal and Quebec! It was well-coordinated by Lise who was warm, organized & professional. Activities & lectures were varied, interesting & educational. Sufficient free time to do some independent touring/shopping. The accommodation locations were perfect - near the major historical areas with lots of restaurants, shops, museums, and sightseeing activities within walking distance. Highly recommend this program.

Laurie
(5)

An excellent experience and the food was delicious!

Leanne
(5)

At your pace French Canada is a fabulous program that can be enjoyed by all. The trip was extremely well rounded with wonderful sites and experiences as a group and sufficient free time to explore on our own. Our instructor was great and a wealth of knowledge. I highly (5 stars) recommend this program. Great balance of days spent in Montreal and Quebec with perfectly chosen sites to visit.

Nancy
(5)

Learning about the region's history, including the weather, made the trip more interesting. We didn't just look at "different things", the sites we visited became more alive and understandable, the people, their architecture, art and values.

Mary Ann
(5)

We found many new reasons to love and respect Canada.






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