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Ontario & Quebec in a Week 2021

6 days with Contiki   Rating: Budget
Restricted to Ages 18-35

Itinerary
Click for Dates and Prices Day 1 Arrive Toronto
Welcome to Toronto! This multicultural city has surprises around every corner. After meeting and greeting this morning we'll kick things off with a locally guided tour of the city - including the CN Tower, Rogers Centre, the eclectic shops of Yonge Street and the University of Toronto. Optionals today include heading up the CN Tower for the EdgeWalk, or grabbing tickets for a Blue Jays baseball day, if our trip begins on the right day. After having our fill of the best of Toronto's incredible food scene and nightlife, we'll turn in for the night, ready for more adventures tomorrow.

Day 2 Toronto to Montreal
Rise and shine, today we're heading on a train to Montreal - this is the best way to see the spectacular surrounding countryside, without having to sit on a coach all day.Arriving in Montreal we'll over-indulge in everything maple syrup, play the spoons or a washboard and just generally have an incredible time immersing ourselves in the Montreal way of life. From poutine to fresh bagels and Montreal smoked meat sandwiches, this place has one of the most vibrant culinary cuisines in Canada, and we can't wait to dive in. If you thought you knew what the REAL Canada was like, think again. (Breakfast, Dinner)

Day 3 Montreal to Quebec City
Today we're headed of the woods and into the only remaining walled city in Canada, the heart of the Quebecois, Quebec City. But first, we need to properly introduce ourselves to Montreal on a city tour, with plenty of time to wander. Why not take a thrilling jet boat ride on the Saint Lawrence River before we leave?With over 400 years of history to share, this is one captivating fairytale of stunning old world charm and culture - with a typically French passion for the finer things in life. (Breakfast)

Day 4 Quebec
What better way to get acquainted with these storybook streets than taking a walking tour with a bilingual local guide, introducing you to the city's old world charms? The rest of the day is yours to stroll the cobblestones and eat all the poutine your body can handle - or crepes, if you're after something sweeter. If you're not too full, we recommend taking a trip out to Montmorency Falls today- the smaller but no less beautiful cousin to Niagara. Hopefully your tolerance for poutine is still high as tonight's dinner is at the inimitable Poutineville. Keep it coming... (Breakfast)

Day 5 Quebec to Ottawa
We're off to Ottawa this morning for a glimpse into life in our nation's capital.Welcome to Ottawa, our fun-loving capital. We'll take a city tour - including the national gallery and Ottawa River, before enjoying some time to do as we please - whether it's a boat ride on the Rideau Canal or just strolling the streets. Exercise seems a good idea after all that Poutine in Quebec.... (Breakfast)

Day 6 End Ottawa/Toronto
It's our final day and your choice to stay in Ottawa - where your trip ends and check out from the hotel - or you can jump on the train back to Toronto and choose to spend some quality time doing things you weren't able to do 5 days ago. The Steam Whistle Brewery is open for tours or you can always see what the Jays are up to... (Breakfast)

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All This Included
If you thought you knew Canada, think again. Kicking off in the multicultural city of Toronto, this trip has a little something for everyone, bringing you the best of Ontario & Quebec in a week. Lose yourself in Toronto and maybe catch a Blue Jays game if they are playing, indulge in Montreal's foodie scene and the history of Quebec City, ending your trip in the nation's capital of Ottawa.

Staff

  • A highly trained Trip Manager who brings your adventure to life. An expert driver who knows foreign roads better than Google Maps. Local Guides who make tourist traps a thing of the past. This is your team. Smart, friendly, fun, and integral to everything we do.

 

Highlights

Arrive Toronto

  • See CN Tower, Rogers Centre, eclectic shops on Yonge Street & the University of Toronto

 

Toronto to Montreal

  • See the beautiful countryside of Ontario and Quebec

 

Montreal to Quebec City

  • Visit Old Montreal, the Old Port of Montreal and Mount Royal, Montreal’s largest park
  • See Saint Joseph's Oratory
  • See the unique Olympic Stadium

 

Quebec

  • Stroll the streets on a walking tour
  • Explore the only walled city in North America
  • Dinner at Poutineville

 

Accommodations
Quebec City: Hotel le Voyageur
Notes
  • * The trip begins in Toronto at 9:00am and ends in Ottawa upon check out at 11:00am or take the train back to Toronto where the trip ends at approx 5:00pm.
  • * A valid passport is required to enter Canada.
  • * In Ontario you must be 19 yrs old with a valid picture I.D. to drink alcohol, enter nightclubs/bars, or to gamble.
  • Please ask your Vacations To Go travel counselor for more information.
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