14 Day Eastern Highlights of Canada & USA | 13 Nights/14 Days From Toronto to New York.
Day 1: Arrival in Toronto | Arrive Toronto, day at leisure. Overnight in Toronto.
Day 2: Toronto | In Toronto see the Rogers Centre stadium complex, the University of Toronto campuses, Ontario Place, the Hockey Hall of Fame, the Ontario Science Centre or the Royal Ontario Museum. Overnight in Toronto.
Day 3: Toronto to Montreal (550 km) | Drive east today through the quaint heritage towns of Prince Edward County, continuing en route to Montreal, you will be entering the beautiful Thousand Islands region where forested islands lie amid tranquil lakes. Overnight in Montreal.
Day 4: Montreal | City tour of Montreal including Notre-Dame Basilica, Old Montreal, the Olympic site, the Biodome, Mt Royal Park, and more. Overnight in Montreal.
Day 5: Montreal to Quebec City (250 km) | En route to Quebec City, stop by the many tourist attractions along the way. Overnight in Quebec City
Day 6: Quebec City (120 km) | Quebec City is Canada’s oldest city and exhibits a strong French heritage. Visit the Fortifications, a historic national park; Place Royale; and the Basilica. Outside the city are the dramatic shrine at Ste Annede-Beaupré, Montmorency Falls and the scenic Ile d’Orleans. Overnight in Quebec City
Day 7: Quebec City to Bar Harbor (440 km) | Cross into New England and the state of Maine USA. Visit to Acadia National Park and it’s hiking trails to granite peaks. Arrive in Bar Harbor, take some time to sample some of the unforgettable seafood restaurants. Overnight in Bar Harbor.
Day 8: Bar Harbor to Boston (415 km) | Travel down the Atlantic coastline though small seaside towns such as Camden and Belfast and near the large shipping hub of Portland. Crossing into the state of Massachusetts, you continue on to the New England metropolis of Boston. Overnight in Boston.
Day 9: Boston | Today is at leisure to visit Faneuil Hall Marketplace. Local artists, merchandise vendors and craftsmen display their wares in a large pedestrian venue at SoWa Open Market. Overnight in Boston.
Day 10: Boston to Plymouth (64 km) | Arrive in the historical town of Plymouth – the landing point of the first British settlers to establish a permanent foothold in North America. Overnight in Plymouth
Day 11: Plymouth | Today you may decide to take a day trip to the picturesque waters of Cape Cod, known as the one of the most popular sailing areas of the eastern United States. Overnight in Plymouth
Day 12: Plymouth to New York (375 km) | Travel via Connecticut into New York state. See Broadway Avenue, the walkways of the Hudson River, Chinatown, 5th Avenue, Rockefeller Center or stroll the lanes of Central Park. Overnight in New York.
Day 13: New York | Day at leisure in New York. Overnight in New York.
Day 14: New York | Tour ends in New York.
Highlights: Experience a mixture of French, British and colonial American history on a cross-border itinerary that combines the very best of all three cultures. The savvy modernism of Montreal gives way to the quiet pastoral farmlands of Quebec and the historic streets of North America’s oldest fortified city.
Travel up the coastline of the mighty St. Lawrence River and take a cruise to view a humpback whale crest the surface just metres away. Drive across the United States border to the salt-faded pastel boathouse communities of the New England coast with their sailboat dotted shorelines.
Visit the quaint art communities of Bar Harbor, historic streets of Boston and explore one of the first successful colonial port cities. End your journey under the dazzling lights of New York – truly the ‘city that never sleeps’.
Departs : From Toronto on selected dates from mid May to October
An optional extra day in Toronto allows a visit to Niagara Falls
Price per person twin share | Price from
Price includes: 13 nights stay, activity package; Toronto – CN tower, Quebec -11/2 river cruise, Boston – 2day city pass, New York- Empire State Building.
Not included: (except where specified above) Car rental, transfers, road tolls, national park entrance fees, meals and all other personnel expenses.