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Quebec City Tourist Guide, Online Free Travel & Holiday Guide Quebec
We list below websites of a few Quebec City Tourist Guide for your information. The list is neither exhaustive nor representative of Quebec City Tourist Guide. We wish to present this information of Quebec City Tourist Guide websites only for reference purposes. We assume no responsibility for the professional ability or integrity of the persons or firms whose names appear on the following list of Quebec City Tourist Guide.

Croisières AML -
Provides cruises along the St. Lawrence River, from Montreal to the Gulf. Profiles its ships and includes information about custom packages and cruises for students.

Croisières Lachance -
Conducts cruise tours along the St. Lawrence River, and offers boat charters. Includes tour descriptions and fees.

Écumeurs du Saint-Laurent -
 Maritime excursions for whale watching and observation of other mammals in the Parc Marin du Saguenay - Saint-Laurent. Fees, tour descriptions, and facts about some of the animals.

Festivals et Événements Québec -
These members, fairs, festivals and events, represent numerous gatherings that reflect Québec's unique features and regional distinctiveness.

Groupe Dufour - Cruises -
 Provides whale watching cruises and excursions on the St-Lawrence River from Quebec City to Tadoussac. Includes maps, pictures and chartering information.

H.C.W. Steamtrain -
 One of Canada's last remaining authentic steam powered trains (built in 1907). Has a half day 64 km journey from Hull to the picturesque village of Wakefield.

Les Carillons Touristiques -
 Located in Riviere-du-Loup, the largest collection of bells in North America, (which range in size from 75 pounds to 2.5 tons) is open to the public from May to October.

M/S Jacques-Cartier Cruises -
A 3-deck ship with 2 heated and fully equipped cabins to seat up to 200 dinner guests each. Departures are available from more than 10 ports along the St. Lawrence. Includes schedules and a virtual tour of the ship.