5370 Saint-Michel, H1Y-2C7 Montréal, Canada

QUEBEC CITY

A small town full of history and surprises

During your stay in Canada, you will probably have the opportunity to visit Quebec City. This small city located along the St. Lawrence River is the cradle of French-speaking America. Studyland will accompany you on this tour of the city. du fleuve Saint-Laurent est le berceau de l’Amérique francophone. Ainsi, Studyland vous accompagne dans cette visite de la ville.

 

QUEBEC CITY'S MUST-SEE ATTRACTIONS

Old Quebec City offers many walks. Between history and modernity, the city was founded by Samuel de Champlain (a Quebec icon) in the 17th century. Thus, the Old Quebec district is rich in historical monuments and museums. During the day, you will have the opportunity to escape to the streets of the Petit - Champlain district. You will be able to create memories on Place Royale and return to the past by visiting the famous fortifications of the Château Frontenac.

 

THE FALLS OF MONTMORENCY

It is an incredible place to visit with its waterfalls even more impressive than those of Niagara. They are located only 15 minutes from downtown Quebec City. The Montmorency Falls are located in the Montmorency Falls Park. Thus, the park is composed of 3 viewpoints: the suspension bridge, the cable car and the panoramic stairs. The name of the falls is in honour of the Admiral of France and Brittany, Charles de Montmorency-Damville. 

 

THE VALCARTIER HOLIDAY VILLAGE

During the summer season, the village offers various activities such as tree climbing and rafting. It is the largest water play centre in North America during the winter season. During this season, the ice hotel offers a fairy-tale exhibition of sculptures made of snow and ice. Thus, the artistic side of your course is assured. Single entry is approximately $45 (31€) for the complete visit of the park.

 

THE WENDAKE TRIBE

During your Studyland internship experience, take the opportunity to live an immersion in the heart of the Huron-Wendat nation of Wendake. Students and visitors to Canada can discover the history and customs of this tribe dating back to the 17th century. You will be transported by the shows, myths and legends. In this unique setting, it is possible to taste traditional Aboriginal dishes from the far north. The shuttle bus drops you off at the site for $10 (7€) and the visit to the Museum costs around $13 (9€) for students.

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