The ultimate tour of Ontario and Quebec - with the most popular highlights combined in a leisurely itinerary with a selection of hotel categories. Enjoy the cosmopolitan cities of Toronto and Montreal; the charm of Ottawa and Quebec City; be thrilled by the thundering Niagara Falls; relax in the peaceful surroundings of Algonquin Park; explore the pageantry of the mid-19th century military life in Kingston and relax in the Quebec resorts of Chateau Montebello and Mt Tremblant.
- Niagara Falls
- Algonquin Park
- 1,000 Islands
- Old Quebec
Arrive into Toronto, collect your car and make your way to your downtown hotel. You have the rest of the day to relax, find your bearings and have an enjoyable meal in the city. Spend two nights in Toronto
Enjoy the day exploring this sophisticated city. Included today is a ride to the top of the CN Tower, offering a spectacular view of the city. Spend some time in Chinatown or stroll, browse and enjoy a coffee whilst watching the world go by in Yorkville.
Leave Toronto and travel south towards the famed Niagara Falls. Stop to Explore the charming 19th century village of Niagara-on-the-Lake and if time Permits you could take a tour of one of the popular wineries in the region. From here drive the scenic Niagara Parkway to Niagara Falls.
The Finger Lake Region
From Niagara your journey will take you east through New York State to the stunning Finger Lakes region - one of the area’s well kept secrets. This whole region is made up of several freshwater lakes with pretty shorelines dotted with many impressive wineries and an equal number of good restaurants.
With a solar-powered library, waterfalls, gorges, and an Ivy-League university, lovely Ithaca has no shortage of attractions.
Continue north west along the St Lawrence Seaway to Alexandria Bay and The Thousand Islands. This incredibly beautiful area of 1,600-plus islands was first discovered by French explorers in the 16th century and is now a favourite holiday getaway.
Montreal is the second largest French speaking city in the world and this is reflects in the lifestyle, architecture and, more importantly the food!
Spend time exploring this vibrant city, host to year round festivals with it’s unique combination of French charm and a North American lifestyle.
Spend your day exploring North America's only walled city. Experience the charm of 'Old France', with winding cobblestone streets, quaint boutiques and restaurants housed in buildings over 800 years old. Outside of the walls you can visit the Citadel, the Plains of Abraham and the Museum of Civilization.
Located at the confluence of the Saint-Maurice and Saint Lawrence Rivers, dating back to 1634, Trois-Rivières is the second oldest French-speaking city in North America. With a charming historic quarter Parisian-style cafés, quaint boutiques, and unconventional museum venues it offers breadth of local attractions to be discovered and enjoyed.
Continue to the capital city of Ottawa., where you can visit the Parliament Buildings, the Canadian Museum of Civilization or take a boat cruise along the city’s inter-connecting rivers and canals.
Travel west to the historic town of Kingston. Known for its markets and its striking 19th-century limestone architecture, this is a great base for exploring the
St. Lawrence River and its national park. Tour Old Fort Henry, where you can behold the pomp and pageantry of mid-19th century military life.
Today you will have a leisurely half day drive back to Toronto. Your tour will end in either downtown Toronto or at the Toronto International Airport.
- Return flights from London (Please ask for other departure airports)
- 14 nights accommodation and tax
- Rental car
- Exclusive documentation package including - maps & personalised itinerary
Daily Departures 01 June to 30 September.
We can also offer this itinerary in a wide range of other accommodation types, including superior hotels, character properties such as lodges and small inns.