Skyscrapers to Shorelines
What do you get when you combine an iconic train journey with Canada? Our fun-filled Skyscrapers to Shorelines trip!
As you make your way from Québec to Toronto you’ll enjoy a three course meal as you cruise down the Saint Lawrence River, explore Montréal by bike and stay in the friendly capital of Ottawa. You’ll also kayak through the picturesque 1000 islands before heading on to Toronto and getting up close and personal with Niagara Falls.
See the lights of Toronto from the top of the CN tower
Stay for two nights in Canada’s stunning capital, Ottawa
Enjoy a three course meal aboard a cruise down the Saint Lawrence River
Explore Quebec’s historic district, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
An exciting and scenic train journey from Quebec to Toronto
This exciting trip to Canada includes international flights, train travel, selected excursions, accommodation and some meals.
From the first conversation until you arrive home from your holiday, you’ll be looked after by one of our Travel Designers who has travelled extensively in the region and will give advice from their personal experience on how to make the most out of your trip.
All of our trips are entirely bespoke and we will continually refine your itinerary until it’s perfect.
Once you arrive in the charming city of Québec, it’s just a short taxi ride to your hotel, the Auberge Saint Antoine. The next day you’ll enjoy a three hour walking tour with a knowledgeable local guide. Wander through the historic district – a UNESCO World Heritage Site – and discover the secrets North America's oldest walled city.
Activity & Adventure
Hop aboard the train to Montréal, the second largest French speaking city in the world. On your first evening in this dynamic city you’ll enjoy a three course dinner while cruising along the scenic Saint Lawrence River.
On day 4 you’ll swap a boat for a bike and explore the highlights of South Montréal on two wheels. This gentle ride will take you through Old Montréal, Downtown and Old Port (and it includes an ice-cream break).
Things to do
Spend the next couple of days at your leisure. Visit the city’s bustling market, take a free guided tour of Parliament or ride to the top of Peace Tower for excellent views of the skyline. Artsy types should check out the National Gallery of Canada and history buffs would do well to visit the Canadian Museum of History - the most visited museum in Canada.
City + Activity & Adventure
Leave the capital city behind and hop on a train to Kingston, home to the picturesque Thousand Islands (of salad dressing fame). You’ll get to know the islands better on a full day's kayaking adventure with a private guide. Throughout the day you’ll learn of the islands secrets, stop off to swim and enjoy a gourmet lunch in a secluded national park. The rest of your time in Kingston is yours; scour the nearby villages for precious antiques, pay a visit to Wolfe Island on the free ferry or relax in the nearby national park.
During your time in Kingston, you'll be staying in the picturesque Residence Inn by Marriott.
City + Tour
The final destination on your train tour of Canada is Toronto. Once you’ve settled into your hotel - the Soho Metropolitan - you’ll take a trip to the top of CN tower so you can take in the bright city lights at night.
On day 11, you’ll take a short drive out to the mighty Niagara Falls where you’ll cruise on the famous Hornblower right next to the mouth of the falls. It would be advised to bring a change of shoes for this trip if you brave the deck of the boat - you will get wet!
On Day 12 you’ll head home with plenty of fascinating travel tales to share with your family and friends.