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Discover Ontario & Quebec

Discover Ontario & Quebec

$1905 per person

Dynamic and historical cities are combined with spectacular natural attractions and landscapes on these guided summer tours, when everything looks green, to some of the most interesting areas of Ontario and Quebec. An experienced guide will lead visits to the cities of Toronto, Ottawa, Quebec and Montreal to explore its main attractions and learn about the colonial history of English and French cultures that founded modern Canada. At Niagara River Falls, visitors can appreciate the heat and fury of the largest waterfalls in North America and will delight in the gentle majesty of Canadian and American nature.

  • Included
    Airport Transfers
    Entry Fees
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Arrival at the Toronto International Airport where you will be received, and assistance will be given for transportation to the hotel. The rest of the day is free to explore the many attractions of this vibrant and culturally diverse city where most of the world's languages are spoken. With an iconic architecture, great attractions, fascinating museums and galleries, an intense nightlife and first-class artistic events. Discover neighborhoods of enormous cultural diversity, high-end stores and tempting restaurants where you can try dishes from around the world. This city was established by the British in 1793 with the name of York, but from 1834 changed the name to Toronto and counting its surroundings the urban area exceeds five million inhabitants. It is the area with the highest urban growth in Canada. Accommodation at the Westin Harbor Castle Hotel.


Breakfast at the hotel, then we will take a panoramic tour of the city, including places of interest such as the city hall, the buildings of the Provincial Parliament, the University of Toronto, the Yorkville district, the Chinatown, the Rogers Centre, the CN Tower which is an engineering sample of 553m high and much more. We will continue the excursion to the world-famous Niagara River Falls. During the stay at the falls, we will embark on the famous Hornblower cruise boats which bring us closer to the base of the waterfall. We will also visit Queen Victoria Park, Table Rock, the floral clock, the horticultural school. In addition, we will stop at Niagara-on-the-Lake; which was the first capital of Upper Canada. Accommodation at the Westin Harbor Castle Hotel in Toronto.


Breakfast at the hotel, then we will leave Toronto's skyscrapers behind and head east following the shore of Lake Ontario in the direction of Ottawa. The tour stops at Rokfort, where we will cruise the famous 1000 islands (included). It is an archipelago of freshwater on the San Lorenzo River, a natural border between Canada and the United States. Then our route goes through country landscapes, following the rivers and lakes of the Rideau canal. After arriving in Ottawa, we go through the main points of interest of the national capital of Canada. Defined by the Rideau Canal (designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site) and the government buildings of Parliament Hill, the city offers several points that we should not miss, such as public gardens, the Byward Market and the City Hall. Accommodation at the Courtyard by Marriott Hotel in Ottawa.


Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning we will walk through the city and appreciate the financial centre, the residence of the Prime Minister and the Governor General, the area of residence of foreign ambassadors and especially the Parliament Hill complex, that is, the parliament erected on a hill. It was Queen Victoria who chose the site that was occupied by a British military garrison. The buildings are three: the central block has the houses of the Senate and of the Commons; It is led by the Peace Tower. The side buildings have administration offices. In 1914 Ottawa had 100,000 inhabitants and today with just over a million it is the capital of an industrialized and sovereign nation of the G-7 Group. In the afternoon, we will continue our trip to Quebec City. Accommodation at the Château Laurier Hotel.


Breakfast at the hotel. Then we will take a tour of this wonderful city. Founded in 1608 by the French explorer Samuel de Champlain as the capital of the New France Colony, but as a result of the Seven Years' European War, the French colony was ceded to Britain by the Treaty of Paris of 1763. The current city of Quebec is the capital of the French-speaking Province of Quebec in Canada. We will visit the Fortifications, Battle Park, the Plaza Real, Dufferin Terrace, and feel the echoes of Europe as we walk through the narrow and cozy streets, among street musicians and artists. Accommodation at the Château Laurier Hotel in Quebec City.


Buffet breakfast at the hotel. Then you will have the morning to explore the city that is the only walled city in North America. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a treasure trove of historic attractions and colonial grandeur. In the afternoon we will continue the trip to Montreal, the most populous city in the Province of Quebec and second in Canada. Historically it was the commercial capital of Canada until 1970 when it was surpassed by Toronto. Accommodation at the Best Western Ville Marie Hotel in Montreal.


Breakfast at the hotel. We will do a half-day excursion through this French-speaking city. As the first French settlement, it was founded as “Ville Marie” on the island of Montreal on the San Lorenzo River in 1642 and incorporated as the City of Montreal in 1832. The old part of the city, called Old Montreal, retains an attractive colonial architecture. We will visit the historic fur stores of Saint Paul Street, the cobblestone square of Jacques Cartier, the monument celebrating the defeat of Napoleon in 1809 in Trafalgar by Lord Nelson, the Ville Marie Square, the Olympic Tower, the Basilica of Notre Dame opened in 1829 (entrance included) and Mount Royal for a panoramic view of the city. You will have the afternoon free for your own exploration of the ethnic and cultural diversity of this attractive city that is the largest French-speaking city after Paris. Accommodation at the Best Western Ville Marie Hotel in Montreal.


Québec breakfast at the hotel. Today we have two options: end the visit in Montreal, with transportation to the airport included, or depart for Toronto, traveling many kilometers of fields and small towns in eastern Ontario on a road in eastern Ontario on a westbound path along the shores of Lake Ontario that It will take us through the fertile lands of Prince Edward County, full of historic communities that have former residences and summer homes for governors and magistrates of the British era of Canada. Accommodation at the Westin Harbour Castle Hotel in Toronto.


Breakfast at the hotel. Then a transport will take you to the Toronto International Airport so you can board on time for your flight back home.