Highlights on this trip through the provinces of Quebec and Ontario include the metropolis of Toronto, the French-influenced Montreal, historic Quebec City, the capital Ottawa and the unique natural spectacle of the Niagara Falls as well as the beautiful National Park 1000 Islands.
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Welcome to Ontario! If you have booked a transfer, you will be greeted by a representative at the airport and taken to the hotel. Alternatively, you can reach your hotel using the free hotel shuttle.
In the morning; get to know Canada’s largest city on a tour. Visit downtown, Chinatown and Yorkville. Afterwards, there is the opportunity to enjoy the view from the CN Tower. Then continue to the famous Niagara Falls, a wonder of the world on earth.
In the morning you still have the opportunity to explore Niagara Falls on your own. There is also an opportunity for a boat trip and / or a helicopter tour. At lunchtime leave Niagara Falls and drive to Barrie on Lake Simco, where you spend the night.
Throughout Canada we can still find unspoiled nature. Get a taste on a visit to Algonquin Provincial Park. The area of over 7700 km² was protected in 1893 as the first nature park in Canada. With a bit of luck, you might see moose, black bears, wolves or beavers. Later, reach Canada’s capital, Ottawa.
Get to know Ottawa in the morning on an orientation tour and see the beautiful parliament buildings and the ByWard market. Then travel to the province of Quebec and the provincial capital of the same name. The Ville de Quebec is one of the oldest cities in North America with an old town center and intact fortifications. It was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985.
Enjoy a day at leisure in Quebec. Book a trip to the romantic surroundings of Quebec and see the Montmorency Falls, which fall 83 meters, and the Basilica of Sainte Anne de Beaupre.
Drive along the St. Lorenz stream to Montreal. With its 1.6 million inhabitants, the city is the second largest francophone city in the world after Paris. On arrival, get to know the Olympic city of Montreal. See the new city center, the old town and the Mont Royal, which gave the city its name.
Drive into the area of the 1000 islands. Canada’s smallest national park impresses with its scenic beauty; there are exactly 1864 small islands in the middle of the St. Lorenz stream. The area also gave the salad dressing of the same name its name and has been a UNESCO biosphere reserve since 2002. Take the opportunity for a boat trip before driving back to Toronto along Lake Ontario.
Today it’s time to say goodbye to the beautiful east of Canada! You can easily reach the airport by shuttle bus from your hotel.