Regions of North America
Montreal Ottawa, Thousand Islands, Toronto, Niagara Falls
A multi-cultural French-Canadian city – where everyone has their own identity but still speaks English. Montreal has a creative vibe and a great food scene. With over 100 festivals per year, tourism is a big part of the city’s life in its compact neighbourhoods, sometimes feeling like Paris. Explore museums and the arts in Centre-Ville or the historic attractions in picturesque Vieux-Montreal or waterfront Vieux-Port. Take in the view from Mont Royal; walk the streets of Old Montreal and visit Jardin Botanique. Tour Montreal’s Notre-Dame Basilica, make your own mecca to St Joseph’s Oratory and visit St Mary Queen of the World Cathedral.
As you head from Montreal to Ottawa, stop at Parc Omega where you can discover wildlife together with the history and heritage of the First Nations. In Ottawa world class cultural attractions await, including seven national museums! Canada’s capital city offers a unique combination of cultural and outdoor adventures. Parliament Hill is a must-see. The historic Rideau Canal winds through the heart and connects to the Ottawa River through dramatic stepped locks. In summer, kayak or go white water rafting on the Ottawa River. In the winter ice skate on frozen Rideau Canal.
Head for bustling Kingston or laid back and picturesque Gananoque in the beautiful Thousand Islands. Following the St Lawrence River to Lake Ontario’s shore, explore the islands opulent cottages and natural landmarks on a boat tour or Sunset Cruise. Take an exhilarating helicopter ride or enjoy the serenity of a leisurely kayaking tour. Cross Prince Edward County visiting one or two wineries en route, and then westward through historic heritage communities, apple orchards and the rolling Northumberland Hills to Port Hope.
Canada’s most cosmopolitan city is full of style and fun! The variety of sights include the must-see CN Tower standing 1,815 feet over Lake Ontario. Visit the Royal Ontario Museum and the Art Gallery of Ontario. Have fun in the Distillery District and stroll around St Lawrence Market close by. Shop at the upmarket Yorkville district or at the vast Eaton Centre. Go see a baseball, basketball or ice hockey game. The locals are passionate about sport. In the evenings, check out one-of-a-kind restaurants in Chinatown, Queen West, Little Italy, bohemian Kensington Market and more. Toronto’s multiculturalism provides a multitude of flavours!
On the south shore of Lake Ontario, at the mouth of the Niagara River, Niagara-on-the-Lake is often called the loveliest town in Ontario and is a hidden gem. Stroll back through history and enjoy world class theatre, fine dining, shopping, world famous Niagara estate wineries, farm markets and historical sites, and of course nearby Niagara Falls. Take a carriage ride through Old Town or a jet boat up the Niagara River. A short drive along scenic Niagara Parkway leads to spectacular Niagara Falls – sure to be a highlight of your trip! Sail into the heart of Horseshoe Falls on a thrilling boat tour or journey behind the falls on a one of a kind walk.
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