Quebec Winter Carnival with Toronto
On this exciting Canada winter vacation, join the fun and festive atmosphere at the world’s largest winter carnival in Quebec City. Your Quebec Winter Carnival tour begins in Montreal, ends in Toronto, and includes overnights in Quebec City and Ottawa, Canada’s capital. In addition to sightseeing in Montreal, Quebec City, Ottawa, and Toronto, Globus has included many fun and unique experiences on this Quebec Winter Carnival tour. Learn about Quebec’s history over dinner at a traditional Sugar Shack, where you’ll enjoy musical entertainment and a horse-drawn sleigh ride. Visit North America’s only Ice Hotel, where you’ll learn how it was built and enjoy a cocktail served in one of the hotel’s famous homemade ice glasses. During your free time at your included admission to Quebec’s winter carnival, admire the snow sculptures at the international competition; enjoy the night parades; participate in numerous winter activities, such as ice skating or snow slides; and soak up the enchanting and joyous atmosphere that can only be enjoyed at Quebec’s winter carnival.This Quebec Winter Carnival tour also includes train rides from Montreal to Quebec City and from Montreal to Toronto, Canada’s largest city. Free time in Ottawa and Toronto gives you the opportunity to browse the shops, visit some of the museums, and savor local Canadian specialties like Beaver Tail, a famous Canadian pastry. This year, add some fun to your winter by joining Globus on this fabulous tour to Quebec’s winter carnival. It’s a vacation of a lifetime!
MONTRÉALOrientation tour with a Local Guide; farewell dinnerVIA RAIL Train from Montréal to QuébecQUÉBEC CITYDinner and entertainment at a traditional [LF] Sugar Shack; horse-drawn sleigh ride; sightseeing with a Local Guide; [LF] tour and drink at the Ice Hotel; admission to Québec Winter CarnivalOTTAWASightseeingMONTREAL–TORONTO By VIA Rail trainTORONTO City sightseeing
Breakfast daily, 2 three-course dinners including a farewell dinner in Montréal
Free Wi-Fi available on your motorcoach.