Embark on a captivating historic rail route starting in the bustling maritime city of Halifax, travelling through Québec and Ontario along the path of the St. Lawrence River into the Great Lakes region.
• International Flights from the UK based on economy class
• 7 nights accommodation
• Via Rail train journey from Halifax to Toronto in economy class
• One breakfast, one lunch and one dinner on VIA Rail train
• 3 hour Montreal sightseeing city tour
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Day 1 Fly to Halifax
From Halifax Airport, transfer to your downtown hotel independently. Pick-up your Jonview Canada Travel Kit. Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight in Halifax.
Day 2 Halifax
A full day is yours to independently explore Halifax’s proud maritime heritage. Overnight in Halifax.
Day 3 Via Rail/The Ocean - Halifax to Quebec City
Board VIA Rail’s ‘The Ocean’ train and depart early afternoon on your rail passage to Québec City. Overnight on board VIA Rail.
Day 4 Via Rail / The Ocean - Quebec City
Follow the shores of the mighty St. Lawrence River into Québec City. The day is yours to discover this historic city. Overnight in Québec City.
Day 5 Via Rail / The Corridor - Quebec City to Montreal
Departing on VIA Rail’s ‘Corridor’ service to Montréal, following the shoreline of Canada’s busiest waterway along the St. Lawrence River. Overnight in Montréal.
Day 6 Montreal
Go on a 3-hour sightseeing tour of Montréal. You will see numerous highlights, such as the Notre Dame Basilica. Overnight in Montréal.
Day 7 Via Rail / The Corridor – Montreal to Toronto
Travel through the small townships of Québec and Ontario en route to Canada’s largest city, Toronto. Overnight in Toronto.
Day 8 Fly from Toronto
Today you check out of your hotel and proceed independently to Toronto Pearson International Airport for your flight home.Want to alter anything?
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Selected departure dates between May - October
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