Photo by Alain Dumas
The Eastern Townships are a charming mix of United Empire Loyalist and French styles and traditions. An itinerary could include the St. Benoit du Lac Abby, a tour along the shores of Lake Memphremagog, a tour of the Bombardier Museum and Factory (home of the skidoo!), a visit to one of the regions’ many wineries specializing in ice wine, as well as the lovely villages dotting the region such as North Hatley or Magog.
Sherbrooke, the largest city in the region, has 18 murals throughout the town. Your group will have fun finding the hidden leprechaun in each mural, as well as enjoying a visit to the local farmers’ market.
Lunch can be prearranged at a local restaurant or sugar shack.
The Saguenay Region offers a glimpse at a recently-isolated region that is now visited by cruise ships. Step On Guides offers tours of this picturesque area which can include visits to local artisans such as glass-blowers, cheese makers, and an agora goat producer who designs and makes unique clothing.
Be amazed by the White House, which survived the devastating flood of 1996 which wiped out an entire neighbourhood.
Would you like your travel to be stress free? Are you unsure of how and where to exchange currency, book local attractions, train or bus tickets, find the best shopping, etc.? How do you choose the best restaurants for your taste and budget? Step-On Guides can offer you this and more. Your Personal Destination Concierge can provide you with any information you require to make your visit memorable. Being a local means having knowledge of the city that is not always found in travel books. This is someone who can recommend activities and local attractions tailored to your likes: spend your vacation doing what YOU like to do! We’ll arrange a one and half hour meeting so you can get the inside scoop on Montreal, Quebec City or Ottawa
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