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Journey to the land of maples trees to discover Canada’s historic heartland.
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Eight nights hotel accommodation, meals as per itinerary, private transfer Toronto Airport to hotel, Business Class rail between Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec City, Niagara Falls sightseeing tour, Montreal & Quebec City sightseeing tours, Lonely Planet Canada Guide and Map of Canada.
Daily, 30 Apr - 31 Oct '19
Journey to the land of maples trees to discover Canada’s historic heartland. This itinerary showcases the British influence on Ottawa’s Parliament Hill, renowned architecture and historic sites in contrast to French Montreal with fine cuisine and the birthplace of pure Canadian maple syrup! Particularly spectacular when the maple leaves turn red in autumn.
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Experience the breathtaking Niagara Falls aboard a boat cruise.
Explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Old Quebec.
Experience Business Class onboard VIA Rail from Ottawa to Montreal.
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Transfer to your downtown hotel and enjoy the sights of Canada’s largest city.
Enjoy an excursion to world famous Niagara Falls and Niagara-on-the- Lake. (L)
Travel to Ottawa, the capital of Canada since 1867. (L)
Highlights of Ottawa include the Canadian War Museum, Parliament Hill, Museum of Civilization, RCMP Museum and Stables, and Rideau Canal.
Your rail journey to Montreal takes you through maple forests and pasturelands. (B)
Enjoy a city tour, including Notre Dame Basilica, Old Montreal, and a panoramic view from on top of Mt. Royal.
Follow the St. Lawrence River to Quebec City. See many maple trees, which produce the Canadian staple, maple syrup. (L)
Quebec City was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1985.
Your Eastern Canada rail journey concludes upon check-out from your hotel.
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