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Quebec, Montreal and New England

With Go Ahead Tours

Discover the charms of Canada and the U.S.

From Quebec City to Boston, this tour offers a look at Canada and New England’s scenic landscapes and iconic cities. Meander along the cobbled streets…

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Your package includes

  • 11 nights in handpicked hotels

  • 11 breakfasts

  • 1 lunch

  • 4 dinners with beer or wine

  • 1 wine tasting

  • Guided sightseeing tours

  • Expert Tour Director & local guides

  • Private deluxe motor coach

Included highlights

Montmorency Falls, Old Quebec City, Chez Dany maple sugar shack, Saint Joseph’s Oratory, Kancamagus Highway, Provincetown, Martha’s Vineyard, Plymouth…

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Tour pace

On this guided tour, you’ll walk for at least 2 hours daily across mostly flat terrain, including paved roads and cobblestone streets, with few hills.

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Making Headlines

Quebec City

Jun 07: Arrival in Quebec City

Welcome to Canada! Gather with your Tour Director and fellow travelers at tonight’s welcome dinner.

Quebec City

Jun 08: Montmorency Falls & sightseeing tour of Quebec City

Make your way to the Beaupré Coast to see Montmorency Falls. This waterfall is higher than Niagara and you’ll soak in views of the falls and the surrounding park. This afternoon, follow a local guide as you immerse yourself in the European charm of Quebec City. * Stop at the Plains of Abraham, a national battlefield that served as the site of a defining 1759 conflict between France and Britain during the Seven Years’ War * Journey along cobblestone streets on a walking tour of UNESCO-recognized Old Quebec City, which is surrounded by 18th-century fortifications


Jun 09: Montreal via Chez Dany maple sugar shack & sightseeing tour

Take in stunning countryside views as you drive to Montreal. * Visit Chez Dany maple sugar shack for a guided tour * Sit down to enjoy a traditional Québécois lunch Join a local guide for a tour of Montreal, a predominantly French-speaking city on an island in the St. Lawrence River. * Make a photo stop at Notre-Dame Basilica, an architectural landmark built in the Gothic-Revival style * Enter Canada’s largest basilica, Saint Joseph’s Oratory, which is capped by a staggering copper dome Sit down for an included dinner this evening.

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