Quebec City is home to several higher education institutions and as such, it has the infrastructure to welcome your group, no matter your budget.
There are several housing options which can include meals. Housing can be on a college campus, in the city centre, or in a natural environment outside the city, such as the Montmorency Forest, the largest research forest in the world.
While usually breakfast is provided, we try to provide several distinctive meals throughout the programme. The food culture in Quebec is outstanding and worth exploring as part of the cultural component of the trip.
There is always something to do in Québec City in any season. Year-round, the Old City charms visitors with its narrow streets, its 2.5 miles of ramparts, and its many cafes, shops and bistros.
The winter break in January or March offers a wonderful opportunity to enjoy winter activities, such as skiing, snowmobiling, and sliding – not to mention a visit of the world-famous ice hotel – what a great case study for any hospitality programme.
The summer festival in early July is one of the best in the world with popular bands performing on a dozen stages throughout the city over a ten-day period.
In July and August, a multitude of activities are offered, such as the New France Days Festival, street performers in Old Quebec, a nightly circus performance in the Old Port, and an international fireworks competition over the Saint Lawrence River.
There are four seasons in Quebec and we ensure that there are fun and relevant activities offered in each of them.