Cities and Beyond Roadtrip

Toronto, Montreal, Niagara & Niagara Falls, Algonquin Park & Mont Tremblant, Quebec City
14 days from £2,695 per person
Experience both the best of Ontario and Quebec’s cities whilst exploring some of the best scenery, wildlife and outdoor activity in between.

Toronto, Niagara Falls, Algonquin Park, Ottawa, Mont Tremblant, Montreal, Quebec City

 

Includes:

  • Return scheduled flights
  • 13 hotel nights
  • Car hire
  • Guide, maps and directions
  • Toronto - 3 nights

    Enjoy the expansive waterfront – a scenic backdrop for boat tours, sandy beaches, summer markets and live music events. Downtown Toronto offers museums and art galleries including “ROM” (Royal Ontario Museum) which is one of the top 10 museums in the world. Don’t miss the CN Tower - the world’s tallest free-standing structure. Take a neighbourhood walking tour or check out the Hockey Hall of Fame before choosing where to eat from the huge variety of restaurants.

  • Niagara Falls - 1 night

    Travel along the shores of Lake Ontario, and through the orchards and vineyards of the Niagara Peninsula, arriving at Niagara-on-the-Lake - the first capital of Upper Canada and one of the best-preserved 19th Century towns in North America. Continue along the Niagara Parkway heading towards Niagara Falls to experience one of the world’s natural wonders.

  • Algonquin Park - 2 nights

    Today’s drive takes you north, into Ontario’s “cottage country”, bound for Algonquin Park. Detour en-route to see highlights such as ‘Marie Among the Hurons’, a historic site depicting a 17th century fortress of the French Jesuit mission to the Huron nation and Ontario’s first European community, or to the Muskoka Lakes region which makes for a very scenic drive. Famed for its 1,600 fresh water lakes and striking granite outcroppings, Muskoka has been a celebrated vacation retreat since the 19th century. Finish your day in Algonquin Park to enjoy the serenity of the Canadian wilderness via hiking or canoeing and observing local wildlife.

  • Ottawa - 2 nights

    Rising dramatically from a bluff overlooking the Ottawa River see the famed Parliament Buildings. These house the National Assembly and serve as the symbol of the capital, and are a focal point of this city that has become a fascinating blend of English and French, historic and modern, ceremonial and casual. Other popular attractions include the Canadian Museum of History, Confederation Square, the National War Memorial and the National Arts Centre. Sparks Street Mall and the ByWard Market is a lively area of cafés, craft shops, farmers’ market stalls and nightclubs. When in Ottawa you must also experience Rideau Canal, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

  • Mont Tremblant - 1 night

    The jewel of the Laurentians, Mont Tremblant is a European styled all season resort village. Should you have missed the wildlife in the Algonquin Park, we encourage you to visit Parc Omega on your way to Mont Tremblant, which features endemic wildlife.  Mont Tremblant is the place to take time for outdoor activities including all types of wintersports.  Hiking, biking and nautical pursuits in summer. There is much on offer for travellers including golf, indulgent Spas and year-round wildlife adventures.

  • Montreal - 2 nights

    Montreal features much to explore including Notre-Dame Basilica, one of the masterpieces of religious architecture in North America. Old Montreal, Jardin Botanique, Parc Jean-Drapeau and panoramic views from atop Mont Royal are other places to experience in this fascinating city that blends so well its French and English cultures. Foodies won’t be disappointed either with an outstanding assortment of restaurants and artisan cafes, and evening entertainment can be found in the clubs and bars every night of the week.

  • Quebec City - 2 nights

    With its cobblestone streets, fortified city wall (one of a kind in North America), and 17th century architecture, this UNESCO World Heritage site is complimented by artisan shops and cafes, landscaped parks, and nature on its doorstep. Experience the charm of Old Quebec via a guided walking tour. Take a stroll on the Plains of Abraham. Visit the historic Château Frontenac and other famous historic landmarks. Immerse yourself in authentic First Nations culture at nearby Wendake.