Cities of Eastern Canada Fly Drive

Canada’s eastern cities, and the journeys in between, showcase the diversity and history of this beguiling region.

Combining 4 city breaks in 1 fantastic holiday, Cities of Eastern Canada is a sedate fly drive ideal for those with an interest in food, history and Canadian culture. From the buzzing metropolis of Toronto head north to the capital, Ottawa. Following that head on to Francophone Montreal before finishing amid the the fortifications of Quebec City.

Tour highlights

    • See Toronto’s iconic CN Tower
    • Cobbled streets and cafés in Old Quebec
    • Spectacular Parliament Hill, Ottawa
    • Old-meets-new in intriguing Montreal

Itinerary

Days 1-3

UK to Toronto

Lively and sophisticated Toronto is awash with museums, galleries and theatres by day and bars, restaurants and clubs by night. The iconic CN Tower dominates the skyline and visitors can take a trip to the top for superlative views. While in town, why not add on a day trip to nearby Niagara Falls?

Day 4

Toronto to Ottawa

Collect your car and follow the shore of Lake Ontario before heading north to Canada’s capital city: Ottawa. There are a variety of routes to take but we recommend the slower coastal road that offers glimpses of the Thousand Islands region.

Day 5

Ottawa

Unearth the many parts of Ottawa’s heritage, starting at spectacular Parliament Hill, the seat of the current government, then walking the Rideau Canal, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Learn about the region’s significance to the Algonquin people and Ottawa's strategic importance to early settlers.

Day 6

Ottawa to Montreal

Head into French speaking Canada and you begin to find a distinctly Continental café culture with the unmistakable Canadian twist. Montreal's historic streets and beautiful architecture make this an incredibly photogenic city.

Days 7-8

Montreal

Montreal is famous for its dual appeal: old world charm meets a modern metropolis. As you wander the streets of this smart and friendly city you will notice how modern shopping malls are just a few steps away from buildings like the beautiful Notre Dame Basilica.

Day 9

Montreal to Quebec City

Follow the St Lawrence River to historic Quebec City. Old Quebec is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where cobbled streets and grand buildings sit within the only walled city in Canada and the US. This is a lovely city in which to sit back and watch the world go by from a cosy cafe or friendly bar.

Day 10

Quebec City

Today we recommend taking a trip to Île d’Orléans to see how rural life used to be and pick up a few final souvenirs on the way. This island in the St Lawrence River is just 5km from Quebec City but as you are transported back in time it feels like a world away.

Day 11

Quebec City to London

Enjoy a final morning in Canada before returning your car to the airport, ready for your flight home.

Your vehicle

Full Size 4 Door

Toyota Camry, Chevrolet Impala or similar

Capacity:Up to 4 adults & 1 child
Luggage:Up to 3 suitcases & 2 medium sized bag

Your car hire includes: 1 additional driver (must be a partner, living at same address), unlimited mileage, Loss Damage Waiver, Theft Waiver subject to excess.

Min Rental age: 21

Additional Info

Best at Travel works with a number of car hire companies to bring you a huge selection of routes, depots and car types.  Precise conditions and inclusions vary between companies so ask your Best at Travel consultant for details of what is the best hire for you.

Pricing

This fly drive itinerary runs all year round

Let us plan your perfect trip to Toronto and Niagara Falls, call 0203 811 3641 to speak to one of our experts

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