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Quebec City and Montmorency Falls Day Trip from Montreal

By: Gray Line
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  • Québec City tour from Montreal explores top sites and history
  • Walk the cobblestone streets of Old City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Visit the Plains of Abraham, site of a decisive battle site
Quebec City and Montmorency Falls Day Trip from Montreal
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Quebec City day trip from Montreal. 1.5-hour St Lawrence River cruise not included.
Day Trip Including Cruise
Quebec City day trip from Montreal including a 1.5-hour St Lawrence River cruise.
Discover Québec City history on a trip to Montreal that includes hotel pickup. Visiting on a guided tour means you won’t miss the city’s sites, from the UNESCO-listed Old City to the Plains of Abraham and Montmorency Falls, hearing about each spot along the way. To see even more of the city, add a cruise along the scenic St. Lawrence River, with views of Old City walls and sheer cliffs.
What to Expect
Start with pickup at your Montreal hotel or at a central meeting point, then board a climate-controlled coach for the 2.5-hour trip to Québec City, passing through the dense forests that line the St. Lawrence River.

The tour begins where French Canada was born, in Québec City’s Old City, offering cobblestone streets and historic buildings amid its stone fortifications.

Next, continue to Montmorency Falls, where the Montmorency River drops 272 feet (83 meters) towards the St. Lawrence. In the afternoon, enjoy free time to browse Old City boutiques, sample local cuisine in cafes, or just enjoy the scenery from the city walls. Between May and October, you can add an optional 1.5-hour cruise of the St. Lawrence, great for unobstructed views of river islands, cliffs, and wharves.

This full-day tour concludes with the return trip to Montreal and drop-off at the original departure point.
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1 - 5 of 38 reviews

Reviewed yesterday
Great way to spend the day and see the highlights of the city

Due to the mixed reviews on here, I was super hesitant to take this tour. We were only visiting Montreal for three days so I was scared of losing a day if it was bad. Thankfully that wasn't the case and we were so happy...More

Thank Tara Z
Reviewed 2 days ago
Was never picked up-refund request rejected

The company was supposed to pick me up at the hotel but never did, then they said they showed 30 min before the time mentioned on the ticket. They now refuse to give me a refund. Real thieves !

3  Thank jellibbell
Reviewed 5 days ago
Great day trip

Wonderfull views of Quebec and the falls all from the St Lawance River, the guide was great and dressed in period clothing, he was was very informative and spoke both in english and french.

Thank Robert N
Reviewed 5 days ago

Pick up and drop off at hotel, takes you to major sites of Quebec City. The bus driver also tells you the places the bus passes by in Montreal. However, the driver also had a very thick French accent, so he was a bit hard...More

Thank fionayyy
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Great until the driver went crazy

This tour is really good. The driver reached outside our hotel to pick us up, did a few more n took us to the tourist centre where they gave us our tickets n put us on a bus to Quebec. It was a 3 hour...More

3  Thank Koms70
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Joyce J
7 August 2018|
Response from mmmpierro | Reviewed this property |
Not sure it wasn’t an option in April.
5 August 2018|
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Response from matillyGg | Reviewed this property |
Take an uber or subway even if you are at a hotel. No guarantee you will get there and have adecent seat on the bus. Try to sit in the front of the bus as the tour guide does not wait for the rear of the bus to unload... More