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  1. Quebec to Montreal Ending at Montreal Airport DETAILS 0 Reviews Write a Review 6 hrs Estimate Duration Debark Your excursion begins at the pier in Quebec City where you’ll board your coach for a comfortable 3 hour ride to the quaint island city of Montreal. Halfway through your ride, you’ll make a 30 minute rest stop at a sugar shack in Trois Riviere, where you’ll have an opportunity to see a demonstration and tasting of maple taffy, as well as to stretch your legs and use the facilities. Upon your arrival to Old Town you can set off to explore this historical district on you own. There are certain attractions here that you won’t want to miss. Place d'Armes, the heart of the city offers a striking historical panorama. Here all the periods of Montreal's past are gathered in one place, around a monument dedicated to the city's founders. This section features the oldest standing building in Montreal, the huge church of the city's mother parish, the head office of the country's oldest bank and the city's first skyscraper. At the inviting Place Jacques-Cartier you’ll discover an appealing spot for people-watching, shopping and relaxing in the sun. Right up until the 1950s, the Bonsecours Market, the city’s central marketplace, was open two days a week. Even today, the flower vendors and the artists' easels are discreet reminders of this earlier role. Montréal's oldest street, Rue Saint Paul has regained its former vibrancy and Rue St. Jacques reveal’s Montréal's version of Wall Street. For the piece de resistance, however, be sure to leave plenty of time to fully explore the Notre Dame Basilica, one of North America's largest and most historic cathedrals. Everything about this church is bigger-than-life. We highly recommend you step inside the Basilica! Completing your self-guided walking tour of enchanting Old Town, you’ll board your transportation and continue your drive to the Montreal Trudeau Airport.
  2. Quebec to Montreal Ending at Montreal Airport DETAILS 0 Reviews Write a Review 6 hrs Estimate Duration Debark Your excursion begins at the pier in Quebec City where you’ll board your coach for a comfortable 3 hour ride to the quaint island city of Montreal. Halfway through your ride, you’ll make a 30 minute rest stop at a sugar shack in Trois Riviere, where you’ll have an opportunity to see a demonstration and tasting of maple taffy, as well as to stretch your legs and use the facilities. Upon your arrival to Old Town you can set off to explore this historical district on you own. There are certain attractions here that you won’t want to miss. Place d'Armes, the heart of the city offers a striking historical panorama. Here all the periods of Montreal's past are gathered in one place, around a monument dedicated to the city's founders. This section features the oldest standing building in Montreal, the huge church of the city's mother parish, the head office of the country's oldest bank and the city's first skyscraper. At the inviting Place Jacques-Cartier you’ll discover an appealing spot for people-watching, shopping and relaxing in the sun. Right up until the 1950s, the Bonsecours Market, the city’s central marketplace, was open two days a week. Even today, the flower vendors and the artists' easels are discreet reminders of this earlier role. Montréal's oldest street, Rue Saint Paul has regained its former vibrancy and Rue St. Jacques reveal’s Montréal's version of Wall Street. For the piece de resistance, however, be sure to leave plenty of time to fully explore the Notre Dame Basilica, one of North America's largest and most historic cathedrals. Everything about this church is bigger-than-life. We highly recommend you step inside the Basilica! Completing your self-guided walking tour of enchanting Old Town, you’ll board your transportation and continue your drive to the Montreal Trudeau Airport.
  3. Has anyone taken the NCL excursion from Quebec to Montreal Airport it's 6 hours and has some stops built in but cost $159.00. But we have NCL transfer for $35.00 already booked with our NCL free air promo. Is the excursion worth the extra money and is there anything to do around Montreal airport.
  4. We have Norwegians transfer from Quebec to Montreal Airport on 10/6 for $35.00 pp , but Norwegian offers an excursion that's 6 hours long has some stops built in but the cost is $159.00 pp. Wondering has anyone taken the excursion and is it worth the extra $124.00 pp , our flight doesn't leave Montreal until 715 pm so its going to be a long day anyway we go.
  5. Just got our NCL air promo today 49 days out. Delta non stop from Atlanta to JFK day before cruise. Our cruise ends in Quebec city on 10/6 Sunday and using NCL transfer to Montreal at 1000 am. Our flights aren't until 730pm on United flying from Montreal to Washington DC to Atlanta landing at 1209 am Monday morning.
  6. We are using NCL promo flying Atlanta to JFK day before our 9/24 New England Canada Cruise . After our cruise ending in Quebec City on 10/6 NCL is transfering us to Montreal for our flights home Montreal to Washington DC then home to Atlanta. This is on our EDOC's but we still don't know who we are flying with.
  7. You can call Norwegian Cruise Excursion Department and book directly with them and you don't have to pay up front for your excursion choices. Remember some excursions can fill up and then you want be able to get them on board.
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