This American/Canadian adventure offers a fantastic itinerary and an ideal way to see all the sights.
Start in bustling New York City - arguably the USA's most cosmopolitan city. Get your fill of Times Square, amazing skyscraping buildings, shopping and urban life.
Then you're off to marvel at incredible Niagara Falls before crossing into Canada and Toronto. Canada's largest city has plenty to keep you busy - then it's bonjour, Montreal. We know you'll adore this quaint city with its cobbled streets, charming cafes and French-Canadian culture.
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Who can resist a bite of the Big Apple? Buildings that soar, streets like canyons, Central Park, the Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, the sweeping Hudson River.
Here, shopping, eating and entertainment are on tap 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You can catch the latest Broadway musical, visit some of the world's great museums; shop till you drop, eat your way round the world from Algiers to Tokyo or coo over a cluster of Faberge eggs.
New York is vibrant, safe and booming and whether you're eight or eighty it will captivate and amaze you.
Get an early start today as you travel to Niagara Falls. The cities of Niagara Falls, Ontario and Niagara Falls, NY, are connected by a bridge across the Niagara River. At the falls, its sudden drop creates one of the most spectacular waterfalls on the continent.
Among the shortest rivers in the world at 36 miles, Niagara also is one of the widest. The Canadian falls have a crest of more than 2,215 feet outlining a deep curve, thus the name Horseshoe falls. The river underneath is as deep as the cataract is high.
During the past 12,000 years, the approximate age of the falls, the crest has moved 7 miles upstream. While in the area, you may want to visit Niagara on the Lake, a beautifully preserved 19th century village.
Toronto is a city of culture with world-class theatre, art, music and dance and of sports and entertainment. You'll find sensational shopping on your holidays to Toronto with everything from street bazaars to Tiffany's. Start at the Eaton Centre, a mall with over 300 stores joining at each end two of Canada's major department stores.
Head for Queen Street West for its funky fashions, bistros, galleries and bookstores. There's plenty of nightlife to enjoy on your holidays to Toronto. As night falls an eclectic mix of people soak up jazz, blues, reggae, rock and soul in a variety of bars, clubs and restaurants.
Rise above it all at the CN Tower for amazing views of the city and Lake Ontario. There is a unique view through the glass floor of the Observation Deck and you can dine in the revolving restaurant. Our Toronto holiday tip is to arrive as the Tower opens at 9am - you'll beat the crowds and see the city at its most beautiful.
Founded over 350 years ago by French settlers and now the second largest French speaking city in the world, Montreal is renowned for its vibrant nightlife, fashionable cafe society and its joie de vivre. It's a modern city, but you can feel the history of New France in the narrow cobbled streets of Rue Saint Paul, the Place Jacques Cartier and the Centre D'Histoire de Montreal in Old Montreal.