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Journey to thundering Niagara Falls this morning for a catamaran cruise near the plunging waters and misty spray of the waterfalls, raincoats on. Have lunch amidst the Victorian charms of Niagara-on-the-Lake, before returning to Toronto. Enjoy dinner at your leisure tonight in the hotel.
En route to Ottawa this morning, enjoy a luncheon cruise on the sparkling waters of the St Lawrence River through the scenic Thousand Islands, a region of postcard-perfect island escapes, dotted with charming cottages and opulent mansions. Disembark at Rockport, and continue onto the heart of Ottawa. Spend the next two nights at the Fairmont Chateau Laurier. Dine tonight at your hotel with views of Parliament buildings and the Rideau Canal Locks.
Today it's off to French-speaking Montreal, stopping for lunch at privately owned Château Vaudreuil set in sumptuous gardens on the shores of the Lake of Two Mountains. On arrival in Montreal, a local guide joins you to offer an introduction to life in the Province of Quebec. Your landmark hotel is set in the heart of this remarkable multicultural, bilingual city.
On a Quebec City orientation tour, discover the many faces of one of the oldest cities in North America. Get an overview of sights like La Citadelle de Québec, the largest British fortress built in North America (overlooking the St. Lawrence River) and the adjacent Plains of Abraham. Venture outside of the city for a special visit to historic Île d’Orléans, a French inspired island of red-roofed farm houses and bountiful fields of agricultural produce, from vegetables to fruits. Savour lunch at a local restaurant, the remainder of the day and evening are free.
The entire day is yours to enjoy Quebec City’s enchanting setting on the St. Lawrence River, its rich architectural legacy and its colourful past. The only fortified city north of Mexico, historic Quebec was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1985. Explore the cobble stoned streets of Old Quebec where the Upper and Lower towns welcome with ramparts, citadels and 17th- and 18th-century houses or people watch from European inspired cafés. Join us tonight for a farewell reception and dinner at your landmark hotel.
Depart Quebec City, a transfer is included from Fairmont Le Château Frontenac to Quebec City International Airport.
This is the end of your tour, however your adventure doesn't have to end here. Perhaps you may want to extend your stay and visit the West Coast and experience the Rocky Mountains.
Call the travel specialists at Bon Voyage to discuss your ideal Canada's Capital Cities holiday.