Set off on our most popular Eastern Canada tour around Ontario and Québec's famed cities and sights. Taking you on a wonderful circle around both provinces, this tour allows a leisurely scenic drive so that you can enjoy exploring at your own pace whilst still packing in lots of attractions as you cross through these two fabulous provinces.
• International flights with Air Transat departing from London Gatwick in economy class
• Includes seat selection
• 12 nights accommodation
• 13 day Intermediate car hire with Fully Inclusive insurance
• Day 4 - 1 hour Rockport 1000 Islands Cruise
• A personalised Canada Roadbook containing essential travel information, hotel vouchers and customised day-by-day routing maps
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Day 1 Toronto
Arrive Pearson International Airport, Toronto, and transfer independently to your downtown hotel. Pick-up your Jonview Roadbook at the front desk as you check-in. Remainder of the day is at leisure for shopping at the Eaton Centre or perhaps sampling the fine cuisine and nightlife of Toronto. Overnight in Toronto.
Day 2 Toronto
Enjoy the entire day in and around Toronto. Some suggestions: the CN Tower and spectacular SkyDome, Ontario Place, the Hockey Hall of Fame, the Ontario Science Centre or the Royal Ontario Museum. Overnight in Toronto.
Day 3 Toronto to Kingston (260 km)
Drive east today, directly to Kingston, and tour Fort Henry. An alternative route to Kingston passes through the quaint heritage towns of Prince Edward County. Overnight in Kingston.
Day 4 Kingston to Montréal (290 km)
En route to Montréal today, you will be entering the beautiful Thousand Islands region, where forested islands lie amid tranquil lakes. Take to the water and step aboard a cruiser to explore the magnificent scenery of the Thousand Islands. This wonderfully lush island landscape is dotted with luxurious cottages and vast estates. The cruise will take you past Boldt Castle, Zavikon Island and Millionaire’s Row. Overnight in Montréal.
Day 5 Montréal
Visit Notre-Dame Basilica, Old Montréal, the Olympic site, the Biodome, Mt. Royal Park, the casino or the underground city. Montréal is renowned for its active and cosmopolitan nightlife. Overnight in Montréal.
Day 6 Montréal to Québec City (250 km)
En route to Québec City, we suggest a stop at Cap-de-la-Madeleine, Canada's national shrine to the Virgin Mary. Of interest in Trois-Rivières is the Museum of Québec Folk Arts and Traditions. Overnight in Québec City.
Day 7 Québec City
Québec City is Canada's oldest city and exhibits a strong French heritage. The Fortifications, a historic national park; Place Royale; and the Basilica are some of the suggestions. Outside the city are the dramatic shrine at Ste. Anne-de-Beaupré, Montmorency Falls and the Ile d'Orleans. Overnight in Québec City.
Day 8 Québec City to Ottawa (460 km)
Visit more local attractions, perhaps the Wolfe- Montcalm Monument or Dufferin Terrace. Drive one of several routes to Ottawa, the nation's capital. Overnight in Ottawa.
Day 9 Ottawa
Use the entire day to see this historic city of pageantry and the arts. We suggest a visit to the Parliament Buildings, museums or National Gallery, perhaps a tour of the Royal Canadian Mint or a Rideau Canal designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Overnight in Ottawa.
Day 10 Ottawa to Huntsville (350 km)
Enjoy a scenic drive today to Algonquin Provincial Park and the beautiful Muskoka region. This northern Lakeland is the destination for a ‘summer living’ escape for Torontonians and Americans from the eastern seaboard of the USA. Stunning vacation homes are set at waters edge around lake after lake. Canoeing, sailing, walking, exploring quaint country towns and villages, boat cruises around the region as well as some of the finest fishing in the country all contribute to create the ideal cottage country region. Overnight near Huntsville.
Day 11 Huntsville
The Huntsville area offers tennis, golf, boat cruises, horseback riding and hiking trails. A short drive away is Lion's Lookout Park or Muskoka Pioneer Village. Overnight near Huntsville.
Day 12 Huntsville to Niagara Falls (330 km)
Drive south and bypass Toronto en route to Niagara Falls, the "honeymoon capital of the world". We suggest a stop in Midland at Sainte-Marie among the Hurons – a historic, recreated village demonstrating everyday life, crafts and arts of a colonial village. Approaching the southern reaches of Ontario, you pass through the hills of the Niagara Escarpment, featuring a variety of walking and cycling trails. The road continues through the lush orchards and vineyards of the Niagara growing region, boasting many world class winery chateaus that make for a decadent day of tasting and touring. Overnight in Niagara Falls.
Day 13 Niagara Falls to Toronto - End of Tour (130 km)
Drive to Toronto through Ontario's fruit growing region. En route, visit historic Niagara-on-the-Lake and stop at the Welland Canal. Return to Pearson International Airport.Want to alter anything?
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