THE BEST OF EASTERN CANADA
Source: Insight Vacations
Rich in culture, history, and nature, Canada’s diversity attracts a wide range of travelers every year. Why not discover the vibrant cities and lush landscapes of Eastern Canada? From the thundering waters of Niagara Falls, to savoring the sweet flavors of Canadian staples, here are a few of our favorite experiences:
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Discover this city of contrasts, with its quaint old-world charm and more thriving modern areas, with a knowledgeable Local Expert. Learn more about the city’s French influence, as you make your way around Old Montreal. See the grand mansions of Mount Royal, and the iconic Notre-Dame Basilica.
You’ll stay at the luxurious Le St-Martin Hôtel Particulier hotel, ideally located above Montreal’s Underground City.
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In Quebec, visit a local sugar shack on the Isle D’Orleans and learn how maple syrup is created and harvested, before visiting the awe-inspiring Montmorency Falls.
Discover more of Quebec’s unique European charm with a Local Expert, who will guide you along the city’s quaint cobblestone streets. You’ll see the Latin Quarter, Plains of Abraham, City Hall and Palace Royale. You’ll also walk past the Citadel, which offers great view of the city and Château Frontenac.
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Explore Canada’s capital, Ottawa, with its neo-Gothic architecture, museums and lush parks. Once here, join a cooking demonstration at C’est Bon. Set in their state-of-the-art kitchen facilities close to ByWard Market, you’ll learn new culinary skills and more about local cuisine. Ingredients include Canadian staples such as maple sugar, haskaps, labrador tea and wild flowers. You’ll later enjoy a delicious three-course dinner with wine, before heading back to your hotel, the luxurious Hilton Lac-Leamy, located five minutes from downtown Ottawa.
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A trip to Eastern Canada would not be complete without a visit to Niagara Falls. Board a cruise and greet the howling spray, wind and thunder up-close, at the base of the falls. Browse quaint Niagara-on-the-Lake before returning to Toronto.