To visit the wonderful Canadian city of Montreal is an experience in itself, and on this short tour you get to explore the best that this vibrant metropolis has to offer. As well as seeing the city’s historic and modern landmarks on a half day tour, you can spend time shopping. From the antique shops of Notre-Dame St. West to the upscale boutiques of the museum district, Canada’s most stylish destination is a shoppers' paradise. Then end your days at one of Montreal’s quiet cafés, fabulous bistros, exciting bars, or remarkable restaurants. Add to all this a full day excursion to beautiful Quebec City and you have a perfect twin package.
When visiting Canada you can take this tour with a difference heading north to Iqaluit, the capital of Nunavut, where you will feel like you are in a different country. The dusty townscape, with its spectacular natural setting around a bay, and its moon-base buildings, is home to a fascinating mixture of Inuit professionals, politicians and dropouts from around Canada and beyond . . . and its a place where you can have some wonderful adventures
Valid from 01/12/2018 until 13/06/2019
On this eight day journey through the urban centres and rural splendour of Ontario and Quebec you will celebrate Canada's French and English heritage. Beginning in cosmopolitan Toronto and the natural wonder of Niagara Falls you will travel to Ottawa to see the impressive Parliament Buildings before heading east into Quebec along the scenic highway that runs beside the mighty St Lawrence River to the walled centre of Quebec City. Then it's back inland to the Saguenay region with its rolling hills and dense forests. Then travel on to Montreal , the second largest French speaking city in the world, before returning to Ontario to visit historic Kingston and its 1,000 islands from the deck of a comfortable cruise ship and ending this spectacular tour where it began in Toronto.
Valid from 01/05/2020 until 17/05/2020
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