The Best of Ontario & Quebec Self Drive
Day 1 Toronto. Touch down in Toronto and pick up your hire car. Check into your hotel and enjoy the rest of the day at leisure. You have total freedom to explore the city today, with Toronto's Eaton Centre mere steps away and greater city highlights within a short drive. In the evening, relax wit...
Travel Dates: Selected travel dates 5 January - 28 February 2019
Superior Twin Cultures Package
Day 1 Toronto. Arrive at Toronto's International Airport and transfer independently to your downtown hotel for a three night stay. Pick up your information kit at the front desk upon check-in. The remainder of the day is at leisure to explore Canada's commercial and cultural centre. Day 2 Toront...
Travel Dates: Selected travel dates 1 November - 24 December 2018
When people think of cities in Canada, Toronto is usually one of the first places that comes to mind. With an ideal location on the Golden Horseshoe region of Lake Ontario and Niagara Falls, this modern metropolis has a firm hold on both natural and man-made attractions. There are so many different sides to Toronto; from microbrewery and vineyard tours, to city harbour cruises and walks through Chinatown.
Don't miss these Toronto attractions
- Niagara Falls day trips
- City hop-on hop-off bus tours
- Harbour sightseeing cruises
- Royal Ontario Museum
- Tours of Distillery District
Whenever staying in Toronto, you'll no doubt want to explore its downtown area, where you can find an assortment of attractions and activities. Downtown Toronto can be explored in a multitude of ways, starting from a simple, yet very informative walking tour, to the extravagant helicopter tours over the city.
For a bit of added convenience, you can board the city's hop-on hop-off bus that drops you off at iconic attractions such as the Hockey Hall of Fame, CN Tower, Royal Ontario Museum and Toronto's Harbourfront. There's a historic taste to the city in the form of its craft beer scene, which can be experienced in full on a tour that takes you to some of the city's classic pubs.
If you visit Toronto, you'll find yourself in a prime position for seeing the Niagara Falls. There are numerous day and night trips running out of the city, which take you to the Falls. These generally allow you a lot of sightseeing freedom and you might even be able to take a boat out to the thundering waterfall.
If you want a different take on Niagara, feel free to join a group tour to wine country where you can treat yourself to delectable local drops. Back in the city, escape the bustling streets by getting out onto the harbour for a sightseeing cruise.