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Tour to Old Quebec

Tour to Old Quebec

Tour to Old Quebec

Bask in the European culture, cuisine, architecture, and history of Old Quebec City! Join us on an eight-day bus trip to one of the oldest and safest cities in North America, rated 2018’s #1 destination by Travel + Leisure Magazine. Between guided tours with the group, you’ll enjoy free time to enjoy shopping, dining, museums, street performances, and other cultural and historical happenings on your own.


June 22-30, 2019

What's Included?

  • 8 nights lodging
  • 16 meals (8 breakfasts, 5 lunches, 3 dinners)
  • Admission and guided tours:
    • Musée du Fort
    • the Citadel
    • the Plains of Abraham
    • Basilica Sainte-Anne De-Beaupré
    • Île d’Orléans
    • Manoir Mauvide-Genest
    • River cruise to and tour of Grosse Île
    • Wendake (Huron) First Nation Reservation
    • Montmorency Falls
  • Deluxe motor coach transportation

Click Here to view/download the full trip itinerary

This trip is being offered in partnership with Heritage Adventures.

Space is Limited!

Last day to register is May 15!

Sign up today by calling Heritage Adventures at 540-233-0543, or using the PayPal link on Heritage Adventure’s website.

  • Double Occupancy, $2,199
  • Single Occupancy, $2,799

Pricing is per person.

Refund Policy for Tour to Old Quebec

Receive a full refund if cancellation is 45 days or more before departure. Receive a 50% refund if cancellation is 30 days or more before departure. If less than 30 days, no refund will be given.

Travel Insurance

Heritage Adventures highly recommends that you purchase trip insurance to guard against unforeseen events that may prevent you from taking the tour. Allianz Travel Insurance and Travel Guard by AIG are two of the major travel insurance providers operating in the US. Heritage Adventures and Hagerstown Community College are not associated with any insurance provider and does not recommend or vouch for any such company. Heritage Adventures advises you to read your policy carefully and to know exactly what contingencies are covered.

Frequently Asked Questions?

Q:  Do I need to speak French?
A:  No. It is easy to navigate the historic portion of the Quebec with English only. If you try to speak French, most people will pick up on your accent and respond in English.

Q:  Do I need Canadian currency?
A:  Yes, but you don’t necessarily need to bring it with you. The visitor’s center, which we visit on the first day and is within walking distance of the hotel, can exchange money. You can also use a debit card to pay at establishments, or to withdraw money from ATMs (check your bank’s fees). Some places accept the U.S. dollar, and street performers love American money because of the exchange rate.

Q:  Do I need a passport?
A:  Yes. According to the U.S. Department of State’s website, you will need “a valid U.S. passport, passport card, or NEXUS card,” and “children under 16 need only present proof of U.S. citizenship.”

Q:  Do I need to bring a power plug adapter?
A:  No. You do not need to take a power adapter.

Q:  How do I get trip insurance? What information will I need to provide?
A:  We do not offer trip insurance, but we recommend going through Allianz Travel Insurance or Travel Guard by AIG. Allianz happens to be the company used for the HCC Alumni Association cruises. You can get a quote online or over the phone by providing the destination country (Canada), travel dates (June 22-30, 2019), total cost of trip (varies, depending on occupancy), your state of residence, and some other details such as mode of transportation, traveler’s birth date, etc.

Q:  From where will the trip depart, and at what time?
A:  The motor coach will depart from the Valley Mall in the morning; an exact time will be provided closer to departure. We coordinate with mall security in order for you to leave your car, though you will be asked to sign a waiver of liability.

Q:  Will people from other groups be joining us?
A:  Yes. The trip is open to Shepherd University’s Lifelong Learning program, Damascus Travel Club, and other travelers who have gone on tours with Heritage Adventures in the past.

Q:  Is there a minimum age restriction for the trip?
A:  No. Children and young people who are interested in traveling and learning the history of Quebec are welcome. We do ask people brining children to take into consideration the duration of the trip, the mode of transportation, and the sites and activities planned to determine whether it will be a good fit for their age and interests.

Q:  Is there a limit to the number of bags I can bring?
A:  If we have a large 55-passenger coach, there will be no limitations on baggage. If we have a smaller, 30-passenger coach, we may ask travelers to bring no more than two bags per person plus a carry on. We will let travelers know in advance.

For additional questions, contact Jenna Lamblin at or 240-500-2582.