The perfect introduction to East Canada's highlights, the scenic splendour of Niagara Falls meets the urban favourites of Toronto, Montreal, Quebec City and Ottawa.You'll enjoy Insider moments like… delving beyond the iconic attractions of Quebec City and Montreal to see the cities like a local. We introduce you to residents we know, who share personal stories of everyday life and introduce you to their favourite places. It's tasting the unique ‘ice wine' in the 200 year old log barn of a winery on the Niagara Peninsula. Discovering how the grapes are frozen on the vine, before heading to the stone Carriage House for a private dinner of delicious authentic dishes paired with estate wines.
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A quick hop over the Ottawa River brings us to the French-speaking Province of Québec. Enjoy a private, exclusive tour of the grounds at the Canadian Museum of History and watch a lively and colourful interactive performance of traditional Pow Wow dancing. Lunch will be taken at a typical cabane a sucre (sugar shack) before arriving at your hotel in Quebec City.
Leaving the city behind, we head for Québec's picturesque Eastern Townships. Journey through pretty villages and rolling farmlands before arriving Domaine Ives Hill for lunch. Connect With Locals and learn how blackcurrants are farmed, picked and processed into a variety of beverages. After lunch enter Montreal, the largest French-speaking city outside of France, and stop at Mount Royal (the hill that gave its name to the city) for panoramic views over one of the loveliest cities in North America.
Bid au revoir to your newfound friends as you are transferred to either Montreal or Toronto International Airport. However, your adventure doesn't have to end here. Perhaps you may decide to extend your stay and spend a few days exploring Boston or maybe take a cruise from Montreal.
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