Honeymoon In Quebec

About Montreal, Quebec

During your Honeymoon, enjoy your time together exploring some of the most romantic spots in Canada. By taking a tour which was custom-curated by Quebec travel specialists, you can follow up your "I do's" by experiencing Quebec's "must-do's". Plus, because all of the planning and research has been done for you, you can focus on preparing for your big day!

Celebrate Your Love In Canada's Most Romantic Province

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Love is always in the air in La Belle Province...

Lose yourselves in the European-style architecture of Old Montreal. Stand together at the peak of Mont-Tremblant, taking photos and creating memories that will last a lifetime. Walk hand-in-hand down the cobblestone streets of Quebec City, one of the oldest and most romantic cities in North America. Unwind together after your wedding, as you relax in the quaint, provincial setting of Charlevoix.

Share and savour the flavours of local food artisans, and dine at casual and fine dining restaurants, famous worldwide. Deluxe accommodations, comfortable transportation and plenty of free time make this tour the perfect way to start your lives together as a married couple.


  • June 19-26, 2017
  • September 11-18, 2017

These are guaranteed tour dates. Dates & itinerary may be fully customized, allowing you to plan the Great Quebec Adventure of your dreams! Private tour itineraries are also available.


Our Flavours of Quebec allows you to experience La Belle Province in the most comfortable way!

Day 1: Arrival in Montreal, QC (A)

Arrive in Montreal and check in to your downtown hotel. This evening you will enjoy a welcome dinner with the rest of your tour group.

Begin your Quebec Expedition in the cultural paradise that is Montreal.

Day 2: Montreal – Mont-Tremblant, QC (B)

This morning immerse yourself in the rich, diverse history of Montreal with a tour of the city. This afternoon board the deluxe motorcoach for a journey into the Laurentian Mountains and the stunning alpine resort of Mont-Tremblant. Take a short tour through this beautiful resort before checking in to your deluxe accommodation. After dinner take an evening stroll through the pedestrian village.

The picturesque ski resort village of Mont-Tremblant provides hours of entertainment and serenity.

"Mont-Tremblant" by Anthony is licensed under CC BY 2.0

Day 3: Mont-Tremblant – Québec City, QC (C)

Start the morning with a gondola ride to the top of Mont-Tremblant before departing for a scenic day of travel through the Laurentian Mountains. Take a leisurely journey to beautiful Québec City. Visit the magnificent Montmorency Falls, the world-famous shrine of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré and view the pastoral farmlands on the romantic Île d'Orléans. Arrive in the walled community of Québec City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and enjoy a short familiarization tour of the city before dinner.

European Old World charm and history welcome you to Quebec City.

Day 4: Québec City, QC

Morning guided tour of Québec City including Chateau Frontenac, Parliament Buildings, Plains of Abraham, Lower Village and Fortifications du Québec. The afternoon is at your leisure for shopping and exploring galleries along the cobblestone streets of Old Québec City.

During your tour of Quebec City, visit Chateau Frontenac, one of the most famous hotels in all of Canada.

Day 5: Québec City – Charlevoix, QC (D)

Today as we depart Québec City we follow the mighty St. Lawrence River to the picturesque Charlevoix region and the majestic Manoir Richelieu Hotel, perched high over the St. Lawrence River.

The Charlevoix region, along the St. Lawrence River, is one of the most breathtaking areas of Quebec.

Day 6: Charlevoix, QC

An exciting day of exploring the famous Charlevoix – Flavour Trail, a gourmet and shoppers delight. Visit farms, wineries, boutique cheese shops and sample freshly made bakery items and rich chocolate. In the village visit the galleries and cafes of the artisans of Charlevoix.

Taste more of Quebec's flavours as you visit the farms, wineries, boutique cheese shops, bakeries and chocolatiers, and allow the artisans of Charlevoix to show you why people travel from around the world to visit Quebec.

Day 7: Charlevoix – Montreal, QC (A)

Depart for a scenic trip along the mighty St. Lawrence River on the way to Montreal. Along the way, stop to explore the historical town of Trois-Riviers and enjoy lunch and a brief tour. Arrive in Old Town Montreal in the late afternoon for some free time to explore. Tonight join the group to explore French Canadian dining and traditional entertainment with a farewell dinner in the Old Port area of Montreal.

European history, culture and design meet a vibrant North American city in Montreal, and nowhere is that more evident than in the Old Port section of the city.

Day 8: Depart Montreal, QC

Bid Farewell to Montreal as your trip along the Flavour Trail comes to an end.

Bid "au revoir" to Montreal, one of Canada's most beautiful cities, as you return home from your voyage, feeling enriched.

Tour Includes:

  • 7 Nights Accommodation (3.5 - 4 star)
  • Professional Tour Leader
  • Deluxe Motorcoach Transportation
  • 12 Meals: 7 Breakfasts, 1 Lunch, 4 Dinners
  • Mont-Tremblant with Gondola Ride
  • Tour through Laurentian Mountains
  • Quebec City Tour and Old Town
  • Montmorency Falls
  • Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre
  • Charlevoix and the Flavour Trail
  • Notre-Dame Basilica
  • Old Town Montreal Walking Tour


Departure Dates 2017: Tour Code Double Single Triple

June 19 - 26 GUARANTEED





September 11 - 18





Pricing is per person in Canadian Dollars plus 5% GST

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Terms, conditions and restrictions apply; pricing, availability, and other details subject to change and/ or apply to US or Canadian residents. Please confirm details and booking information with your travel advisor.

You will visit the following 4 places:



Montreal is the largest city in the province of Quebec and the second-largest city in Canada. Originally called Ville-Marie, or City of Mary, the city takes its present name from Mont Royal, the triple-peaked hill located in the heart of the city, whose name was also initially given to the island on which the city is located, or Mont Real as it was spelled in Middle French, Mont Royal in present french.



Canada's second most populous province, Quebec is also the only one to have a predominantly French-speaking population, with French as the sole provincial official language. Its historic capital, Québec City, celebrates one of the world's most brutal winters with a carnival that features parades of majorettes and teams who race boats across an ice-choked river. Quebec is unique among North American tourist destinations. Its French heritage does not only set the province apart from most of its English speaking neighbors, it is also one of the few historical areas in North America to have fully preserved its Francophone culture. Its European feel and its history, culture and warmth have made Quebec a favourite tourist destination both nationally and internationally.

Bibliothèque de Mont-Tremblant

Bibliothèque de Mont-Tremblant



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