Montreal & Quebec

Short Break


Holiday Overview

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This short break allows you to experience two of Québec’s most beautiful areas, Montréal and Québec City. Enjoy the vibrant city of Montréal and the multicultural spirit that runs throughout, indulging in its local cuisine and entertainment scene.

You’ll then move onto Québec City – home to architectural wonders and historical sites. Here, you can stroll around the cobblestone streets of Old Québec and discover 400 years of incredible history, before heading back to your accommodation in the iconic Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac – purportedly the most photographed hotel in the world.

What’s Included

Featured Experience

Iconic Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac


From the moment you catch your first glimpse of The Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac on the horizon, you will never forget its distinctive silhouette and imposing position on the meandering St Lawrence River. Embodying the beauty and history of French civilization in North America, this mighty building has been touted as the most photographed hotel in the world and draws thousands of visitors from across the globe each year. A stay in this iconic chateau is certainly an experience not soon to be forgotten.

Featured Cities

Explore Montreal

Montréal is a highlight of Canada and combines both the Old and New Worlds of Québec: winding cobbled streets marry perfectly with the lively culture of New Montréal, bringing forward a new generation for Québec. If you love trying new things, the food and shopping here is incredible! Rue St. Denis has a list of great little pubs and restaurants that are considered as being some of the best in North America. It was once where mainly French-speaking locals would socialize, however it is now a melting pot of culture and little architectural marvels. This is one of the longest cobbled streets in the city and starts in Old Montréal. If you are looking for the best view of Montréal during your holiday, travel up to Mont Royal and enjoy one of the city’s largest green spaces. If you love to hike or enjoy walking, climb up to the Kondiaronk Belvedere where you can snap some amazing aerial shots of the hustle and bustle of this energetic city below.

Accommodation: Fairmont Queen Elizabeth Hotel

Explore Quebec

Québec City is beautiful, oozing a real old world charm. Cobbled streets, designer boutiques, Parisian-style cafes, impressive architecture and intriguing history make this a holiday destination to remember. See Canada’s oldest city from the deck of a cruise boat on the St. Lawrence River. As you cruise along the shoreline, a guide relates the story of ‘New France’ and tells you about the origins of Québec’s most famous landmarks. Relax and take in the spectacular views of the Chateau Frontenac, Cap Diamant, Ile d’Orleans and Montmorency Falls. And just when you think you have seen it all, you can hop on the famous Faubourg Elevator to visit the inspiring Saint-Jean-Baptiste district. Whether you seek a chic city break holiday dining out on world-class cuisine and spending your days hitting the designer boutiques, or you are stopping off on your action packed self-drive tour, there is something for everyone waiting to be discovered on a Québec City holiday. So get booking your Québec City flights and holiday today.

Accommodation: Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac

What’s Included:

This 7 day trip to Canada starts at £1,340 per person (based on two people sharing) and includes…

  • International flights from the UK based on economy class
  • 2 nights’ hotel accommodation in Montréal at the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth Hotel
  • 4 nights’ hotel accommodation in Québec City at the Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac
  • Via Rail Corridor: Montreal to Quebec City in economy class
  • Duration: 6 nights/7 days
  • Departure Point: London Gatwick
  • Airline: Air Transat
  • Hotel Rating: 5*

Price based on departures 4th May 2023 (please note prices & availability are subject to change).

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