Gems of Eastern Canada by Rail

9 days from £2,110pp

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9 days from £2,110pp

(based on two people sharing & excluding flights)

The holiday price excludes international flights. We are happy to quote flights separately based on your dates of travel and preferences.

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(based on two people sharing & excluding flights)

Ontario / Quebec

Explore the fascinating cities of Canada’s two largest provinces Ontario and Quebec by train on this nine-day tour – from Toronto’s waterfront and amazing Niagara Falls to historic Ottawa, multicultural Montreal and French-Canadian Quebec City.

Your tour begins in Canada’s biggest city Toronto. Explore its beautiful waterfront and diverse downtown before ascending 450 metres up CN Tower, one of the world’s tallest buildings. Take an optional bike tour or a cruise on Lake Ontario, then in the evening, enjoy the city’s cuisine in Chinatown and Kensington Market.

Take an unforgettable day trip from Toronto to wonder of the world Niagara Falls, before taking the train east to Canada’s capital Ottawa. Take a guided tour of the city’s historic buildings and museums and visit Canada’s National Gallery, which has one of the largest collections in the world of First Nations and other Canadian art.
Take the train into the province of Quebec and explore Montreal, famous for its churches and French-Canadian cuisine. Visit the city’s museums and botanical gardens, then take a scenic St. Lawrence River cruise.

Your tour concludes by taking the train to the grandeur of Quebec City, the only walled city in North America. Explore the French-Canadian heritage of its cobblestone streets, murals and bistros, staying at the Fairmont Château Frontenac, one of the world’s most spectacular city hotels.

Enjoy a cruise on the St. Lawrence River and visit Quebec City’s many historic sites before feasting on Gallic specialties.

 

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Highlights and Included Excursions

  • CN Tower
  • Quebec City River Cruise
  • National Gallery of Canada
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“One of Canada’s most beautiful places is walled Quebec City where spectacular Château Frontenac and the citadel overlook historic squares and St. Lawrence River. Wandering its cobblestone streets lined with bistros, close your eyes and you could be in France.”

Dominique
Dominique Kotsias - Product Manager

Dominique caught the North America travel bug when she was in her late teens and has travelled extensively throughout the USA and Canada, particularly drawn to the countries' outstanding natural beauty and wildlife. With over 10 years of product and marketing experience in North America, Dominique’s passion for the destination is infectious.

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