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Eastern & Atlantic Canada
Eastern & Atlantic Canada
Map of Alaska & the Yukon

An intriguing mix of cosmopolitan cities and spectacular scenery

The eastern provinces of Canada – Québec, Ontario, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island – offer chic cities, an abundance of sights, natural wonders, incredible landscapes, and an entirely different experience depending on the season..

Why visit Eastern & Atlantic Canada?

  • Atmospheric cities
  • Spectacular landscapes
  • Majestic Niagara Falls
  • Touring options
  • Historical attractions
  • Fascinating culture
  • Remote Atlantic region

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Premier Holidays & Eastern & Atlantic Canada

Our vastly experienced travel advisors are passionate about Eastern & Atlantic Canada. With first-hand knowledge of when and where to go they can create the perfect holiday experience for you, at the best possible price.

The facts:

Flight duration: The flying time from the UK to Toronto or Ottawa is around 8 hours; Montreal is about 71/2 hours, while Halifax is approximately 7 hours. There are no non-stop flights to Quebec City so flying time with a stopover is approximately 91/2 hours from the UK.

Local time: GMT -5 hours (Ontario & Quebec); GMT -4 hours (New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island); GMT -3.5 hours (Newfoundland).

Language: English.

Passports & Visas: A full British passport, which is machine readable and valid for six months beyond your return date is required. Please click here to find out if a visa is required for British passport holders.

Health: Before booking any holiday we recommend that you consult a general practitioner or health professional for information on any health requirements for the areas you wish to visit. If you have previously travelled to a Yellow Fever area, you may be required to provide a vaccination certificate.

Best time to travel: While it is a year round destination, the summer months of June, July and August are considered the peak tourist season, with warm temperatures ideal for outdoor activities. However, in Newfoundland, you may still see icebergs! Autumn is a colourful time to visit as the leaves change colour, while Spring brings mild temperatures and rainfall. Winters can be cold, with heavy snow in February and March.