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Toronto and Montreal by Train
Toronto and Montreal by Train

6 nights from $868*

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An inspiring combination of these two cities in Canada. Start this get away in Toronto (the capital of the province of Ontario, is a major Canadian city along Lake Ontario’s northwestern shore) and then, take a train to Montreal (eclectic city that combines European culture with a North American way of life, with historic buildings, live music, museums and home to many festivals). This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotels and activities.

Included:
  • Hotel for 3 nights in Toronto
  • Train from Toronto to Montreal
  • Hotel for 3 nights in Montreal
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  • Being the world`s second largest country in regards to land mass, you`ll find an extraordinary amount of unique diversity in the culture and history, as well as incredible natural landscape and attractions. The country is filled with wonderfully friendly people, classy, diverse cities, and a varied landscape that includes tundras, rainforests, deserts and huge mountains. Come to Canada for varied experiences, from iconic wilderness - complete with epic landscapes, bears, moose, and endless hiking trails - to Canadian culture such as trying maple syrup in its motherland, trying tasty Poutin, and watching an ice hockey game. Spend your time hiking through the Rockies, learning about the maritime history of the east coast, or exploring the cosmopolitan cities of Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver, this is a country where every traveler will find something to their liking.

  • Canada is famous for the gorgeous scenery and uninhabited land. From the breathtaking peaks of the Rockies to the stunning coastlines of Vancouver and Nova Scotia, there are so many beautiful landscapes. There are three oceans, mountains, plains, and some of the most attractive cities in the world, like Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver.

    Then there is the view of the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) from sites like Yellow Knife, White Horse, and Edmonton where the nights are clear, the landscape is flat, and the Northern Lights are perfectly visible. You can explore the oldest walled city in North America, Quebec City that sits dramatically atop Camp Diamond. Hit the slopes in Banff, the most popular ski slopes in the country. Sunshine Village, Whistler, Lake Louise and Jasper are just a few others you should check out (they stretch from British Columbia to Quebec). Go to Calgary where you`ll find great hiking, kayaking, skiing, water rafting, and camping. Stroll the nation`s capital, Ottawa, home to fantastic museums, art galleries, and plenty of shopping. Tour around the most multicultural city in the world, Toronto. With over half of the city`s population being foreign-born, it offers a beautiful diversity, delicious food, and an awesome, artsy vibe.

    Canada is filled with famous attractions and awe inspiring scenery that combine to make this country one of the most awesome places to live or visit in the world. When it comes to scenery, Canada is hard to beat. Whether it`s for the country’s incredible natural beauty, delicious food, unique culture, or unbeatable road trips - Canada has it all!

  • The best time to visit Canada is during the fall months, from September through November. The weather has cooled down but is still comfortable, the summer crowds have left, prices drop, and changing fall foliage offers a beautiful backdrop for a vacation. Also, fall brings celebrations in full swing such as pumpkin, apple and wine festivities.

    Typically, the summer months is the peak time to visit, but no matter when you choose to travel to Canada there will be some advantages (perhaps cheaper flights and hotels, fewer crowds) and some disadvantages (cold weather, fewer hotel options).

    Canada is a wide-ranging country with vastly different climate conditions. Be sure to understand that your experience can be quite different depending on which area of the country you are visiting.

  • We recommend 7-10 days based on what you want to see and do. We offer flexible vacation packages so you can select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities. We suggest a minimum of 3 nights in larger cities.

  • Visitors wanting to explore multiple places in Canada will likely require several forms of Canada transportation. Flights allow travelers to span the miles quickly, while buses offer a broader variety of destinations at affordable prices. Driving a car, meanwhile, gives the freedom of flexibility, and traveling by train and ferry reveals some of the world`s most stunning scenery.

    Urban Transportation
    Canada`s major cities have excellent public transport systems, with a mixture of buses, trams, light rail systems and underground trains. If you`re visiting Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal or Ottawa, you can easily get around without a car.

    By Train
    Traveling by train is an excellent way to see Canada`s too-pretty-to-be-real scenery, but limited departures mean you`ll need a relaxed and accommodating schedule. VIA Rail, run by the Canadian government, is the only main passenger train operator in the country.

    With the exception of the Quebec City-Windsor corridor, train travel is often more expensive than flying. However, prices are cheaper in winter months, and discounts are often available to early bookers.

    By Car
    For those planning to drive from the United States, keep in mind that wait times at busy entry points can be lengthy during summer months and on weekends, so be sure to check the Canadian Border Services Agency website going in and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security website going out.

    Smaller, more remote border crossings often have shorter wait times but are not open 24 hours, so confirm times beforehand. In addition to a passport or other valid travel document, you`ll need to show your driver`s license, vehicle registration papers and proof of liability before entering the country.

    For travelers renting a car after arriving in Canada, you`ll find all the major companies, including Avis, Hertz and Thrifty. Local agencies like PractiCar (based in British Columbia) and Routes Car and Truck Rentals in Ontario may offer considerably cheaper options. Booking in advance often equals better deals.

  • All of Canada uses the Canadian Dollar (CA$ or CAD). Like most global currencies, the value of the Canadian dollar floats against that of all other major currencies.

    Canadian bills or bank notes are commonly available in CA$5, CA$10, CA$20, CA$50, and CA$100 dollar denominations. The CA$1 and CA$2 bills have been replaced with coins (the loonie and the toonie).

    Credit cards and debit cards are widely accepted across Canada and ATMs are easy to find in urban areas so it's not necessary to bring loads of cash with you. Having some cash on hand when you arrive is a good idea though for tipping or odd small purchases.

  • Toronto and Montreal by Train (6 nights)

    "Best Canada Vacation Packages. Visit Canada top destinations: Canadian Rockies, Charming Coastal Towns of Canada, Charming French Cities of Canada. Book Flexible vacation packages and explore Nature and Adventure in Canada, Skiing in Canada, Lakes of Canada and more! Travel to Montreal and Ottawa by Train, Vancouver and Calgary by Air, Canadian Rockies and Northwest Territories ~Calgary - Banff - Jasper - Edmonton - Yellowknife~.

    Includes: Hotel for 3 nights in Toronto, Train from Toronto to Montreal , Hotel for 3 nights in Montreal

  • Montreal and Ottawa by Train (6 nights)

    A fantastic getaway in Canada travelling by train!. Visit Montreal (largest city in Canada`s Quebec province; a eclectic city that combines European culture with a North American way of life, with historic buildings, live music, museums and home to many festivals); and after that, Ottawa (near the city of Montreal and the U.S. border; it is known for its Parliament Hill, rich history, diverse cultures, and summer music festivals).

    Includes: Hotel for 3 nights in Toronto, Train from Toronto to Montreal , Hotel for 3 nights in Montreal


    Vancouver and Calgary by Air (5 nights)

    An exciting and unforgettable vacation awaits you through Canada with our customizable package!. Adventure yourself in Vancouver (a major city in western Canada, located in the Lower Mainland region of British Columbia), and up next, take a flight to Calgary (financial centre of western Canada, with its panoramic backdrop of the Rocky Mountains and its historic association with cattle ranching and oil exploration). This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotels and activities.

    Includes: Hotel for 3 nights in Toronto, Train from Toronto to Montreal , Hotel for 3 nights in Montreal


    Complete Canadian Rockies (Calgary - Banff - Lake Louise - Jasper - Edmonton - Calgary - Self Drive) (11 nights)

    Base yourself at the Canadian Rockies Region; and explore its beautiful surrounding cities, national parks and forested mountains with a Rental Car. Visit: Calgary (financial centre of western Canada, with its panoramic backdrop of the Rocky Mountains and its historic association with cattle ranching and oil exploration); then is Banff (located within Banff National Park, famous for its surreally lakes, majestic mountains and endless outdoor adventures); after that, Lake Louise (is a glacial lake within Banff National Park in Alberta, world famous for its turquoise lakes, the Victoria Glacier, soaring mountain backdrop, palatial hotel, and incredible hiking and skiing). Continue to Jasper (home to some incredible features, such as Mount Columbia, Alberta's tallest mountain; Maligne Lake, the second-largest glacial-fed lake in the world); Alberta's capital city, Edmonton (known for its natural beauty, culture, history and attractions). Finish this fantastic trip with one last night in Calgary.

    Includes: Hotel for 3 nights in Toronto, Train from Toronto to Montreal , Hotel for 3 nights in Montreal


    Canadian Rockies and Northwest Territories (Calgary - Banff - Jasper - Edmonton - Yellowknife) (11 nights)

    Enjoy the multicultural Canada's. With a Rental Car, drive and visit fantastic cities along your way like: Calgary (financial centre of western Canada, with its panoramic backdrop of the Rocky Mountains and its historic association with cattle ranching and oil exploration); then, Banff (a resort town in the province of Alberta, located within Banff National Park, famous for its surreally coloured lakes, majestic mountains and endless outdoor adventures); after that, continue to Jasper and Edmonton (located on the North Saskatchewan River and is the centre of the Edmonton Metropolitan Region which is surrounded by Alberta's central region). Go back to Calgary for one night, before flying to Yellowknife (the -best place in the world to view the Aurora Borealis-) for two nights.

    Includes: Hotel for 3 nights in Toronto, Train from Toronto to Montreal , Hotel for 3 nights in Montreal