There are few places in this world that offer such variety in cultures as in Canada. Standing proudly above the St Lawrence River, North America’s oldest French-speaking city of Quebec is truly a masterpiece. Cobbled-stoned streets, vast historic stone buildings and charming bistros, will have you thinking you’ve landed in Europe.
On a guided walking tour, discover the fascinating history, architecture and culture of the Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage site, with 17th- and 18th-century houses and soaring church spires. The time to visit Quebec City is in the summer months, when musicians and acrobats take to the streets, and evenings are filled with festival, fireworks and song. Further south, a rich Celtic culture rules on Cape Breton Island. On a Scenic land journey, you’ll learn of the traditions that date back centuries. Each pocket of this remarkable country offers unique tastes, a wonderful mix of cultures, and a diverse art and music scene.