Out of town style tour, perfect for shore excursion.
Embark on a tour that will bring you to the Ste Anne de Beaupré Basilica. The Shrine is a Roman Catholic and a place of pilgrimage. Were you can observe a the only copy of Michelangelo's Pieta.
On our way back travelling towards Montmorency Falls, you'll be sure to get the majestic views and pittoresques photographies of this natural beauty. Located between St Lawrence river and a 260 feet high cliff, Montmorency Falls dominates the landscape. Cross the suspension bridge or take the cable car that goes from the base to the top of the falls . We get a glimpse of the island of Orleans, discovered by Jacque Cartier in 1535 , were in 1661 the first French colonized parish was founded.
Finishing this tour in Old Quebec , Petit Champlain and Place Royale to contemplate the most European city in North America .
Running through Côte-de-Beaupré's picturesque countryside is one of North America's oldest roads. Follow Route de la Nouvelle-France (Avenue Royale) back through four centuries of history and discover magnificent homes from the 18th and 19th centuries;the area's territory; churches, Côte-de-Beaupré has deep agricultural roots running back to the Amerindien and New France's earliest settlers. Today you can sample farm-fresh produce throughout the region, and also discover other local delicacies.
While you're at it, why not visit some of the region's economuseums where local artisans showcase their skills—like La halte miel and Atelier Paré, renowned for its wood sculptures. Lets not forget the Copper art museum .
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Cruise terminal,or place of choice
End location: The end location is to your disretion
Duration: 4 hours
The tour can exceed with no additional costs
A confortable 7passenger Toyota Cienna with air condition.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
10 CDN - For personnel use like beverages
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Carol did an excellent job. His knowledge of the area and the history was so interesting. He was able to get us into areas of the City that the big tour buses never could have gone.