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CANADA Canada Algonquin Park Huntsville St Jacobs Toronto Kingston (1000 Islands) Lake Ontario Niagara Falls Ottawa Québec Montréal USA nights in hotel Highlights of Eastern Canada This memorable tour contrasts the cities of eastern Canada, from charming Quebec and historic Ottawa, to ultra-modern Toronto and sophisticated Montreal. Marvel too at the breathtaking natural splendour of the Thousand Islands and awe-inspiring Niagara Falls. 10 nights from £2049^ Including optional travel insurance or a reduction of £104 if not required§ Selected optional excursions now available to book in advance Including VIP door-to-door travel service ­ see page 165 9 nights in hotels and 1 in flight 12 meals: 9 breakfasts, 2 lunches and 1 dinner Excursions and visits Cruise around the Thousand Islands Toronto city tour Sightseeing tours of Montreal and Quebec City The backwood beauty of Algonquin Park Niagara Falls boat trip A morning in pretty Niagara-on-the-Lake l l l l l l DIRECT FLIGHTS Plus all this... Optional travel insurance and additional cancellation rights, or a reduction if not required§ Return flights and transfers Saga tour manager Welcome drink reception Porterage at all hotels. l l l l l To find out more visit saga.co.uk/highlights Day 1: UK-Toronto. Fly to Toronto for two nights at the Chelsea Hotel (4Q). Day 2: Toronto. On this morning's city tour you'll see the magnificent skyline for which Toronto is famed, as well as the harbour front with its shops, cafes and galleries, and landmarks such as the CN Tower and Yorkville. The afternoon is at leisure ­ perhaps head out shopping or join an optional tour of the CN Tower B Day 3: Montreal. Head east out of Toronto, along the shores of Lake Ontario to Kingston for a cruise to see the Thousand Islands of the St Lawrence River, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. The islands vary from very tiny to substantial, and today's scenic cruise provides an ideal opportunity to take in the views. After your cruise continue to the province of Quebec and the world's fourth largest French-speaking city. Stay two nights in vibrant and cosmopolitan Montreal at the Marriott Chateau Champlain (4Q). B, L Day 4: Quebec City. Today is a long but rewarding day as you travel to Quebec City for an included full day sightseeing tour of North America's only fortified city north of Mexico. Explore the 17th and 18th-century Place Royale and Petit Champlain Quarter, the Citadel and the turreted Château Frontenac Hotel before returning to Montreal. B Day 5: Ottawa. See the highlights of Montreal on this morning's tour that takes in the Old Quarter, the city's oldest church Notre-Dame-de-BonSecours (admission not included), Place Jacques Cartier, Chinatown and Maison Calvet, a beautifully preserved ancestral home. This afternoon, travel to Canada's capital city of Ottawa, home to excellent museums and the Rideau Canal, a UNESCO-listed site. Stay overnight at the Delta Ottawa City Centre Hotel (3Q+). B, L Day 6: Huntsville. Join an included sightseeing tour of Ottawa, which will visit Parliament Hill, a high point of the city and home to the Parliament Buildings, Canada's seat of government, as well as the National Arts Centre and Byward Market. This afternoon head west into the Canadian wilderness to see deep forests, sparkling lakes and traditional Canadian settlements. A highlight of the day will be the drive through beautiful Algonquin Park, home to moose, wolves and shy black bears, with a stop at the visitor centre. Spend two nights in Huntsville, a pretty town on the edge of the Algonquin Park, 102 To book call our trade reservations team FREE on 0800 074 8021