Ontario & Quebec Explorer Self-drive
Travel 12 May 2022 - 22 Sep 2022
Book by 31 Aug 2021
Saving £125 per person
- 3 nights Chelsea Hotel, Toronto - Chelsea room
- 2 nights Best Western Plus Muskoka Inn, - Standard room
- 2 nights Ottawa Marriott, Ottawa - Guest room
- 2 nights Marriott Residence Inn Tremblant, - Studio
- 2 nights Novotel Montreal Centre, Montreal - Superior room
- 1 nights Four Points by Sheraton Kingston, - Standard room
- Includes Car Hire
- Flights to Toronto with Air Canada, accommodation throughout, 10 days intermediate car hire (to be picked up when leaving Toronto) and prepayable taxes.
- This holiday is 100% financially protected. ATOL protected 2713
Canada's largest hotel sits within walking distance of the subway as well as great shopping.
Algonquin Park is nearby this Huntsville hotel, so guests can easily take advantage of hiking or the famous local triathlon. Golf courses pepper the area close to our Huntsville hotel, and golfing is a way of life around here. The region is a veritable summertime playground with both Algonquin Park and Arrowhead Provincial Park in the neighbourhood. Guests are also close to many lakes and rivers to take advantage of favourite water sports.
Experience modern style and sincere service at Ottawa Marriott Hotel, set in the lively downtown district of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Located right by the new Lyon station, our hotel is two stops away from the Rideau shopping Centre, Shaw Centre and ByWard Market. Explore Parliament Hill, the Rideau Canal and the National Gallery of Canada, all within walking distance from the hotel.
Located in the heart of Mont-Tremblant Pedestrian Village, our hotel offers tranquil, inspiring mountain views and proximity to recreations such as hiking, skiing and snowboarding. Residence Inn Mont Tremblant Manoir Labelle places you close to Mont-Tremblant Ski Resort, Casino de Mont-Tremblant and premier shopping and dining experiences of the Mont-Tremblant Village.
Novotel Montreal is located in the centre of Montreal, a short walk from the Bell Centre, shopping, offices and restaurants.
Witness the vibrant culture of historic downtown at Four Points by Sheraton Kingston, where timeless classics are interwoven with modern amenities. Just steps away, you'll find some of Canada's most prominent destinations, such as Queen's University, Lake Ontario and the Pumphouse. Discover a welcome reprieve from the hustle and bustle of downtown in our spacious accommodations, offering complimentary Wi-Fi, mini-refrigerators, microwaves and picturesque city or lake views.
Flights to Toronto with Air Canada, accommodation throughout, 10 days intermediate car hire (to be picked up when leaving Toronto) and prepayable taxes.
Prices are per person based on 2 adults sharing (unless stated otherwise). Subject to availability, terms and conditions apply.
Explore Canada's largest and most exciting city, which enjoys a stunning location on the banks of Lake Ontario. Discover diverse neighbourhoods brimming with eclectic shops, restaurants serving cuisine from all corners of the globe, a vibrant nightlife, thrilling festivals and an abundance of attractions to enjoy whatever the season.
Toronto's most prominent attraction is the CN Tower, the tallest free-standing structure in the western hemisphere and it now includes EdgeWalk, a thrilling hands-free walk around the outside ledge of the tower! Standing at 1,815 feet tall and designated as one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World, this engineering marvel is a Canadian icon and an enduring symbol of the city.
In Old Town Toronto you'll discover St Lawrence Market, ranked by National Geographic as the world's best food market. So, be sure to take your taste buds on a stroll through its famous produce and food stalls, restaurants, art exhibits and cooking classes.
The Distillery Historic District is regarded as one of Toronto's most picturesque sites with its cobblestone laneways and Victorian era buildings. It was Toronto's first distillery but today the jigsaw of industrial warehouses is home to high-end boutiques, art galleries and artisanal food haunts. Another great shopping spot is the Toronto Eaton Centre, located in the heart of downtown Toronto. Here, you'll find over 250 shops with something to satisfy every style and wallet, along with a range of eateries.
Other notable city attractions include Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, which is located at the base of the CN Tower and home to a stunning array of marine life; the Royal Ontario Museum is Canada's largest museum of world cultures and natural history; the Art Gallery of Ontario is among the most distinguished art museums in North America; while those seeking thrills and spills should head to Canada's Wonderland amusement park just outside of the city.
Toronto is also a renowned sporting city with numerous professional teams including hockey, baseball, soccer and basketball. The outdoor life can be enjoyed at Rouge National Urban Park or High Park, while water enthusiasts can rent a canoe or kayak and paddle around the Toronto Islands.
The city doesn't disappoint when it comes to festivals, with all manner of musical options throughout the year, the world famous Toronto International Film Festival in September, and the sprawling Luminato arts festival in June, to name just a few.
Canada's capital and Ontario's second largest city is a dynamic showcase city, where you'll hear English and French spoken in the streets and where you can discover Canada's proud heritage at impressive national sites and famous landmarks. It's a city steeped in culture, there's a culinary community earning wide acclaim, unique shopping districts and an exciting nightlife all awaiting discovery.
Parliament Hill is home of Canada's national government and the setting for national celebrations the year round. Each morning during summer months, the front lawn is the setting of the daily Changing of the Guard ceremony and each evening witness an incredible Sound and Light show with spectacular light effects and stunning giant images projected onto the buildings.
The Rideau Canal is an historic waterway filled with boaters from spring through to autumn and in winter becomes the world's largest naturally frozen ice skating rink. This UNESCO World Heritage Site winds through downtown Ottawa before connecting with the Ottawa River through stepped locks right next to Parliament Hill and is a beautiful place to stroll, whatever the season.
Ottawa's national museums tell the country's story in art, history, nature, at war, in aviation and space, agriculture and food, science and technology, plus attractions that focus on Canada's Aboriginal peoples. Just across the Ottawa River, you will find the famous Canadian Museum of History, in the downtown core is the delightful Canadian Museum of Nature, while at the smaller Bytown Museum you can trace the city's history.
For nearly 200 years the ByWard Market has played host to artisans, farmers and craft merchants who converge year round to sell their wares. Just a short walk from Parliament hill, this rollicking public market also houses numerous cafes and some of the city's best pubs and restaurants. After dark, it's one of the top spots in Ottawa to grab a late night drink and catch some live music.
There's an extensive network of scenic recreational biking paths, hiking trails and golf courses for outdoor enthusiasts, along with whitewater rafting and kayaking on the Ottawa River. There's a year round calendar of festivals and special events along with a thriving local theatre scene, while unique neighbourhoods offer distinctive shopping, dining and nightlife experiences across the city.
Creative, cosmopolitan, cutting-edge and chic, Montreal has blossomed from small beginnings into one of the world's most modern and dynamic metropolises. Its juxtaposition of French and British influences give rise to an exuberant creativity, reflected in its rich and festive cultural life.
The city takes its name from Mont-Royal, the triple-peaked hill located in the heart of the city. Affectionately called 'the mountain' by locals, this 761 foot high hill, which also houses the Mont-Royal Park, provides impressive views of the city and surrounding area.
Within the city itself, not to be missed is Old Montreal with its cobbled streets and remarkable collection of buildings dating from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. Best explored on foot, or by horse-drawn carriage, there's a delightful Parisian-style feel to the district along with wonderful attractions like Place Jacques-Cartiers, Place d'Armes and the iconic Notre Dame Basilica.
The city's busiest neighbourhood is Downtown, where modern skyscrapers sit alongside historic buildings. The area is a shopper's heaven with more than 3,000 shops and boutiques, with many around Ste-Catherine Street, or for a truly unique experience, visit Montreal's Underground City. This incredible network underneath the streets has hotels, restaurants, galleries, shops, cinemas and nightclubs.
Other notable attractions within the city include Atwater Market, Bonsecours Market, Montreal Botanical Garden, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, the Montreal Planetarium and the Biosphere. Whatever the season, there's often a festival taking place, even during the cold winter months. Among the most popular are the Montreal International Jazz Festival, the International Fireworks competition and the Just for Laughs Festival.