Eastern Canada and Canadian Grand Prix

Description

Where: Canada and Canadian GP

How Long: 12 Days

A 13 Day Tour to Canada including Toronto, Niagara Falls, Montreal & Quebec including the 2017 Canadian Grand Prix

Tour Operator: Scenic and Continental Car Tours
Available: 3rd June - 15th June 2017

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Discover the beauty and history of some of Canada’s most intriguing cities. Some well-known, some less well-known, but all with a story to tell. Along the way, admire wonders of nature with a visit to Niagara Falls, enjoy the arrtactions of Toronto, explore the Thousand Islands of the St Lawrence river, Montreal, home of the Canadian Grand Prix and the beautiful French Canadian province of Quebec and Quebec City

Niagara Falls – Experience the incredible power and beauty of Niagara Falls at Ontario’s Niagara Parks. Get as close as you can to the thundering water at Journey Behind the Falls and White Water Walk, then dine with a panoramic view at Elements on the Falls Restaurant. Explore the Butterfly Conservatory and the Botanical Gardens.

Toronto – the provincial capital of Ontario, is a large, ethnically diverse city sprawling along Lake Ontario’s northwestern shore. A dynamic metropolis with a core of soaring skyscrapers, all dwarfed by the iconic CN Tower, it also features abundant green spaces, from the orderly oval of Queen’s Park to 400-acre High Park and its trails, sports facilities and zoo.

Thousand Islands – is a sightseer’s paradise and a popular destination located along the peaceful border between northern New York State (USA) and southeastern Ontario (Canada), the 1000 Islands is a region of endless shorelines, rich history and unique culture. Lighthouses, historic castles, maritime museums, world-class fishing and diving, quaint downtown shopping, on-the-water dining, family amusements and more make the 1000 Islands a destination that visitors come to again and again.

Montréal – is the largest city in Québec. Predominantly French-speaking (although almost everyone speaks English), it’s set on an island in the Saint Lawrence River and named after Mt. Royal, the triple-peaked hill at its heart. Its 19 boroughs, many of which were once independent cities, include neighbourhoods from cobblestoned, French colonial Vieux-Montréal with imposing Notre-Dame Basilica at its centre, to industrial Sud-Ouest and artist-friendly Plateau.

Québec City – sits on the Saint Lawrence River in predominantly French-speaking Québec province. Dating to 1608, it retains its fortified colonial core, Vieux-Québec and Place Royale, with narrow streets, stone buildings and a European feel. This area is site of the famous, towering Château Frontenac Hotel and imposing Citadelle of Québec. The Petit Champlain district’s cobblestone streets are lined with bistros and boutiques.