Toronto * Kingston * Montreal * Quebec City * Ottawa * Huntsville * Niagara Falls
A fly drive visiting some of the best sights of eastern Canada, combining the scenic wonders of Ontario and Quebec with stays in historic cities.
15 days from £1,947 per person twin share including scheduled flights
**Option available to Travel from Gatwick with Air Transat**
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DURING MONTREAL GRAND PRIX
Day 1 - UK - Toronto
Your Canada holiday starts with a departure from London Heathrow on Air Canada flight to Toronto - regional departures on request. On arrival a private transfer will be provided to take you to your downtown hotel. The rest of your day is at leisure to strart exploring this exciting city.
Overnights (2): Toronto
Day 2 - Toronto
Today you will enjoy an included sightseeing tour of Toronto. With an unmistakable skyline, marked by the CN Tower (the largest freestanding structure in the world) Toronto’s newly renovated Harbourfront Centre is the hub of Toronto’s maritime community and the historic Parliament buildings bear witness to the city’s past. Scattered throughout the city are numerous malls, antique galleries, parks, gardens, and museums.
Day 3 - Toronto – Kingston (166 miles)
Collect your hire car and drive along the north shore of Lake Ontario to Kingston and, if time permits, perhaps take a short, late afternoon or evening dinner “Islands and Harbour” cruise. This provides a fascinating introduction to the sights and history of the 1000 Islands region as well as Kingston. Ontario's oldest city, Kingston was the first capital of the united Upper and Lower Canada before the National Seat of Government was moved to Ottawa in the 1840s.
Overnight (1): Kingston
Day 4 - Kingston – Montreal (195 miles)
Today’s drive takes you along the northern bank of the St Lawrence River across the provincial border into Quebec Province and Montreal. The suggested route passes Upper Canada Village, located just off Highway 401. It is well worth spending some time exploring this recreated village and its associated rural industries to gain an insight into some of the challenges and rewards of daily life in a small Canadian village in the 1860s.
Overnights (2): Montreal
Day 5 - Montreal
Montreal, situated on an island in the St Lawrence River, has been referred to as the ‘Paris of North America’, its history a rich backdrop to its vibrant multicultural life. Montreal has numerous festivals, beautiful botanic gardens, street fairs and innumerable terrace cafés where locals and visitors alike gather to socialize. The lookout on top of Mount Royal presents a superb panorama of the city and the Underground City, linking many buildings and malls, is a shopper's paradise.
Day 6 - Montreal - Quebec City (159 miles)
Travelling along the northern shore of the St Lawrence your route takes you further into the French-speaking province of Quebec. Quebec City, located on a spectacular promontory that towers above the St Lawrence, is a UNESCO world heritage site.
Overnights (2): Quebec City
Day 7 - Quebec City
Quebec City is the capital of the province of Quebec and the only walled city in North America. Full of historic old world charm and with a wonderful “joie de vivre” atmosphere, the city is located on the north shore of the St Lawrence River. Impressive views of the old port and city can be had from the Old Port Interpretation Centre. Visit the Old Fort, or take a horse drawn carriage ride down the cobbled streets of Old Quebec City with its quaint shops, bistros, and market squares.
Day 8 - Quebec City – Ottawa (274 miles)
Cross the St Lawrence River and drive parallel to the south shore to Montreal on the Trans-Canada Highway. Re-enter Ontario and, staying on the Trans-Canada Highway, head west to Canada’s capital city, Ottawa. On the way, try a lunch at a typical “sugar-shack” restaurant, a traditional Quebecois meal in a pioneering setting.
Overnights (2): Ottawa
Day 9 - Ottawa
The Capital of Canada, Ottawa is an architecturally stunning city with a unique combination of urban and rural experiences. The city’s museums, heritage buildings, parks, (Ottawa’s springtime tulips are a sight to behold) and monuments paint a vivid picture of Ottawa’s colourful past while also allowing a glimpse of its future. Visit the Notre-Dame Basilica, Ottawa’s oldest surviving church with its famous collection of statues, stroll the shopping malls, and take a trip on the Rideau Canal as it meanders through this historic city.
Day 10 - Ottawa – Huntsville (225 miles)
Heading west, today’s route crosses the Ottawa River at Pembroke and then takes you through Algonquin Park. Perhaps visit the Logging Museum, located at the eastern gate to the park, near Whitney, where the fascinating story of logging is brought to life.
Overnights (2): Huntsville
Day 11 - Huntsville
Spend today exploring this beautiful area. There are numerous walking trails in the Arrowhead Provincial Park, a few minutes from Huntsville centre. Also close to the centre is Muskoka Pioneer Village, a collection of almost two-dozen early homesteads, workshops, stores and other buildings typical of a rural ontario community in the period between 1860 and 1910. There are several golf courses, cycling trails (bicycles are readily available for hire) or you could try your hand at fishing in one of the many lakes in the area.
Day 12 - Huntsville – Niagara Falls (264 miles)
On your drive south today it is well worth taking the short detour to Midland to visit the 17th century fortress and headquarters for the French Jesuit mission to the Huron nation, Ontario's first European community at Sainte – Marie now recreated on the original site where its compelling story is brought to life once again. Continue south, driving through the orchards and vineyards to discover what has been described as ‘one of the prettiest towns in Canada’, Niagara on The Lake. Continue to one of the Seven Wonders of the New World - Niagara Falls.
Overnights (2): Niagara Falls
Day 13 - Niagara Falls
Rightly regarded as one of nature’s most impressive spectacles, Niagara Falls leaves an indelible memory of power and sound. Take a trip on the famous Hornblower Cruise boat to the foot of the thundering falls (waterproofs are provided, but expect to get wet!). For a very different view of the might and majesty you can walk below and behind the falls or perhaps take a helicopter flight over the area for a breath-taking panorama of both the Horseshoe and American Falls.
Day 14 - Niagara Falls to Toronto (88 miles)
Enjoy some last minute sightseeing and shopping before returning your car to Toronto Airport to catch your overnight flight back to the UK.
Day 15 - Arrive UK
BRITISH AIRWAYS ECONOMY CLASS DOMESTIC ADD-ONS
Available in conjunction with your trans-atlantic Air Canada flights between London and to/from Aberdeen, Belfast, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Manchester and Newcastle. Details on request.
Air Canada Upgrade to Executive First
Designed to provide you with your own personal space that's ideal for a good night's sleep, each Executive First Suite* reclines into a fully flat bed at the touch of a button. Armed with a comfy pillow and duvet and fully equipped with all the latest in-flight amenities, you'll arrive at your destination completely refreshed and ready to start your day.
|3 Star||4 Star||5 Star|
|Toronto||Holiday Inn Toronto Downtown Centre||Chelsea Hotel|
|Kingston||Ambassador Resort Hotel & Conference Centre||Delta Kingston Waterfront Hotel|
|Montreal||Best Western Plus Ville Marie Hotel & Suites||Meridien Versailles Montreal|
|Quebec City||Hotel Ambassadeur||Hotel Chateau Laurier Quebec|
|Ottawa||Capital Hill Hotel & Suites||Hotel Indigo Ottawa|
|Huntsville/Muskoka||Hidden Valley Resort||Deerhurst Resort|
|Niagara Falls||Oakes Hotel Overlooking The Falls||Doubletree Fallsview Resort & Spa by Hilton|
Tour Price Includes:
All offers are subject to availability. once a booking is confirmed your holiday price is 100% GUARANTEED against any increase in price such as currency exchange fluctuations or fuel surcharges. Other companies may surcharge you by up to 10% more!
Location: Conveniently located steps away from the Yonge Street Subway, providing acccess to Torontos business and shopping districts, as well as direct line to all major attractions
Number of Rooms: 513
Accommodation: Air conditioning, in-room temperature control, TV, in-room movies (charge), telephone, WIFI internet access available throughout the property (free), cable internet access in-room (free), clock radio, coffee maker, mini fridge, iron with board, in-room safe, hair dryer, rollaway bed not available. 23 floors with elevator, Restaurant, bar, indoor pool, fitness centre, spa, gift shop, parking $28. Wheelchair accessible room(s).
Location: Modern hotel located downtown close to shopping, dining, and public transit, just a 2 minute walk to the Eaton Centre, and a 10 minute walk to the Art Gallery of Ontario.
Number of Rooms: 1590
Accommodation: Air conditioning, TV, telephone, WIFI internet access in-room (free), WIFI internet access in lobby (free) clock radio, iron with board, hair dryer, rollaway bed free, Green Key. 27 floors with elevator, Non smoking property, 3 restaurants, bar, indoor pool, waterslide, fitness centre, sauna, whirlpool, children's activity centre, parking $33. Wheelchair accessible room(s).