Both Montreal and Quebec City's blend of old European charm and New World feel will not disappoint in this five-day getaway! Montreal's blend of French roots is evident through in its cuisine, language, and historical buildings. Quebec City is the home of over 40 of Canada's most historical buildings and is the only completely walled city north of Mexico! The picturesque landscapes, architecture, historic ambience, and modern fun are what make these two must-see cities!

**Heart of Montreal tour operates daily late March to early November and on specific weekdays in the remaining months. Alternate sightseeing options will be including during these times.

DAY 1 TORONTO > MONTREAL
Board VIA Rail and head to the “City of a Hundred Steeples”! Upon arrival check into your hotel and explore all that Montreal has to offer! Perhaps tonight you will want to visit Montreal's Underground City for a unique shopping experience. Take a stroll down Montreal's historic Rue St. Paul as you take in the European charm of Old Montreal. The possibilities are endless! (Overnight in Montreal)

Do you want to travel from Montreal to Quebec ? Choose the train, avoid the traffic jams and enjoy many benefits of this means of transport !

Montreal (/ ˌ m ʌ n t r i ˈ ɒ l / ( listen); French: ( listen); officially Montréal) is the most populous municipality in the Canadian province of Quebec and the ...

Online services. Discover Montréal’s online services. Laws and regulations. Municipal by-laws, permits, statements of offence, claims, municipal court.

I am planning a trip this summer to Canada with 2 friends and our boys (11-14 years old).... We had planned to split time between Quebec City and Montreal, but looks like we may have secured a home exchange in Montreal which would make our lodging and car rental costs $0!

In researching Montreal, it seems we will a ton of stuff to do in the first half of July - so many festivals, outdoor stuff for the kids... plus we will have a house with a pool so that's a good option for some down time. That would put us in Montreal for 12 days, but it seems that we can fill it (relaxed pace, lots of fun stuff for the kids).

Should we take a trip to Quebec City? We could drive over one morning, spend one night in a convenient old town location, and drive back the next night? Is it worth it?

Josee pretty much said it all. We prefer the train for the comfort. Both stations are centrally located. Unfortunately neither route is scenic.

train tics are for a particular date and time, so you get to station a bit before (maybe 15 min before departure) and take the more comfortable train with some nice views along the way (I like woods, and seeing Drummondville ) ..or you buy tics for the bus, open tics so you are free to take any of the buses that leave every hour but if interested in a particular departure, it is best to arrive a good half hour before (it is first come, first served) - buses are comfortable too but views more distant

you arrive to same station in Quebec City, but in Montreal the bus leaves from near Berri-UQAM metro and the train station is at Bonaventure metro

Both Montreal and Quebec City's blend of old European charm and New World feel will not disappoint in this five-day getaway! Montreal's blend of French roots is evident through in its cuisine, language, and historical buildings. Quebec City is the home of over 40 of Canada's most historical buildings and is the only completely walled city north of Mexico! The picturesque landscapes, architecture, historic ambience, and modern fun are what make these two must-see cities!

**Heart of Montreal tour operates daily late March to early November and on specific weekdays in the remaining months. Alternate sightseeing options will be including during these times.

DAY 1 TORONTO > MONTREAL
Board VIA Rail and head to the “City of a Hundred Steeples”! Upon arrival check into your hotel and explore all that Montreal has to offer! Perhaps tonight you will want to visit Montreal's Underground City for a unique shopping experience. Take a stroll down Montreal's historic Rue St. Paul as you take in the European charm of Old Montreal. The possibilities are endless! (Overnight in Montreal)

Both Montreal and Quebec City's blend of old European charm and New World feel will not disappoint in this five-day getaway! Montreal's blend of French roots is evident through in its cuisine, language, and historical buildings. Quebec City is the home of over 40 of Canada's most historical buildings and is the only completely walled city north of Mexico! The picturesque landscapes, architecture, historic ambience, and modern fun are what make these two must-see cities!

**Heart of Montreal tour operates daily late March to early November and on specific weekdays in the remaining months. Alternate sightseeing options will be including during these times.

DAY 1 TORONTO > MONTREAL
Board VIA Rail and head to the “City of a Hundred Steeples”! Upon arrival check into your hotel and explore all that Montreal has to offer! Perhaps tonight you will want to visit Montreal's Underground City for a unique shopping experience. Take a stroll down Montreal's historic Rue St. Paul as you take in the European charm of Old Montreal. The possibilities are endless! (Overnight in Montreal)

Do you want to travel from Montreal to Quebec ? Choose the train, avoid the traffic jams and enjoy many benefits of this means of transport !

Montreal (/ ˌ m ʌ n t r i ˈ ɒ l / ( listen); French: ( listen); officially Montréal) is the most populous municipality in the Canadian province of Quebec and the ...

Online services. Discover Montréal’s online services. Laws and regulations. Municipal by-laws, permits, statements of offence, claims, municipal court.

I am planning a trip this summer to Canada with 2 friends and our boys (11-14 years old).... We had planned to split time between Quebec City and Montreal, but looks like we may have secured a home exchange in Montreal which would make our lodging and car rental costs $0!

In researching Montreal, it seems we will a ton of stuff to do in the first half of July - so many festivals, outdoor stuff for the kids... plus we will have a house with a pool so that's a good option for some down time. That would put us in Montreal for 12 days, but it seems that we can fill it (relaxed pace, lots of fun stuff for the kids).

Should we take a trip to Quebec City? We could drive over one morning, spend one night in a convenient old town location, and drive back the next night? Is it worth it?

Both Montreal and Quebec City's blend of old European charm and New World feel will not disappoint in this five-day getaway! Montreal's blend of French roots is evident through in its cuisine, language, and historical buildings. Quebec City is the home of over 40 of Canada's most historical buildings and is the only completely walled city north of Mexico! The picturesque landscapes, architecture, historic ambience, and modern fun are what make these two must-see cities!

**Heart of Montreal tour operates daily late March to early November and on specific weekdays in the remaining months. Alternate sightseeing options will be including during these times.

DAY 1 TORONTO > MONTREAL
Board VIA Rail and head to the “City of a Hundred Steeples”! Upon arrival check into your hotel and explore all that Montreal has to offer! Perhaps tonight you will want to visit Montreal's Underground City for a unique shopping experience. Take a stroll down Montreal's historic Rue St. Paul as you take in the European charm of Old Montreal. The possibilities are endless! (Overnight in Montreal)

Do you want to travel from Montreal to Quebec ? Choose the train, avoid the traffic jams and enjoy many benefits of this means of transport !

Montreal (/ ˌ m ʌ n t r i ˈ ɒ l / ( listen); French: ( listen); officially Montréal) is the most populous municipality in the Canadian province of Quebec and the ...

Online services. Discover Montréal’s online services. Laws and regulations. Municipal by-laws, permits, statements of offence, claims, municipal court.

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