Toronto city break with Niagara Falls

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    Take the Journey Behind the Falls at Niagara | Credit: Niagara Parks

    Opt for a brilliant 'Behind the Falls' experience at Niagara

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    Explore the colourful city of Toronto | Travel Nation

    Wander around the bright lights of Toronto

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    Soak up Toronto's lakeside views | Travel Nation

    Soak up Toronto's lakeside views

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    Visit the world famous Niagara Falls - just don't forget your waterproofs!

    Stand on the edge of thundering Niagara Falls

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    Enjoy Niagara's White Water Walk | Credit: Niagara Parks

    Enjoy Niagara's White Water Walk | Credit: Niagara Parks

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    Snack on traditional Canadian poutine | Travel Nation

    Snack on traditional Canadian poutine

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    The colourful neighbourhood of Kensington Market reveal Toronto’s multicultural heritage

    The colourful neighbourhood of Kensington Market reveals Toronto’s multicultural heritage

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    Spend a day discovering Toronto

    Spend a day discovering Toronto

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Duration(in days): 4

From: Toronto

To: Toronto

From

£720

Exc. International flights (per person, based on 2 sharing)

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    Explore the cosmopolitan city of Toronto with a side trip to Niagara Falls on this short Canadian stopover. Starting in the city, you’ll enjoy a tour of the main highlights, taking in the famous CN Tower and old Distillery District before continuing to explore yourself through cool neighbourhoods like Kensington and Chinatown. Finish your trip with a visit to Niagara Falls where you’ll spend the night, allowing you a full day of exploration behind the falls. Set sail on the famous Hornblower cruise, hike along the White Water Walk or squeeze in both. If you want to experience Toronto and Niagara in just a few days – this is the Toronto city break for you!

    This itinerary can be tailored to suit your requirements please contact one of our consultants to start planning your dream trip.

    Highlights

    • Take a tour of Toronto to see the highlights of the lakeside city    
    • Head to the top of the CN Tower for views over the water             
    • Visit Niagara Falls, made up of three beautiful waterfalls  
    • Hike behind the falls or hop on the Hornblower cruise for the best views    

     

    Itinerary in brief:

    • 2 nights Toronto                                            
    • 1 night Niagara Falls       

     

    Day 1: Arrive Toronto   

    On arrival in Toronto you will make your own way into the city and check into your hotel for two nights. On your first evening, why not head up the CN Tower for spectacular views of the city at night or enjoy dinner in Chinatown.


    Day 2: Toronto       

    Today you’ll enjoy a tour of the city, visiting the Eaton Centre and Chinatown as well as the Old and New City Halls. Afterwards, you can spend the rest of the day getting to know this eclectic city, from the modern skyscrapers to the pedestrian-only Distillery District. Taste some local specialities in St. Lawrence Market and head to the Hockey Hall of Fame to spot your favourite players. This evening, why not head to the harbour for dinner under the twinkling lights?


    Day 3: Niagara Falls      

    Today you’ll be transferred to Niagara Falls, where you’ll spend the rest of the day exploring at your leisure. We’ve included the Niagara Falls Adventure Pass which gives you entry to the Journey Behind the Falls, a network of tunnels through the bedrock that emerges behind the cascades. Standing here, you will have one fifth of all the world’s fresh water crashing down in front of you! You can also hike along the Niagara Gorge on the White Water Walk or hop on the Hornblower cruise (both included in the Adventure Pass). Whatever you choose, be sure to don your poncho and prepare to get wet!


    Day 4: Depart Toronto 

    Today is your last day in Canada – in the morning you’ll be taken back to Toronto Airport in time for your onwards flight.


     

    Weather can be variable at all times of the year in Southern and Eastern Canada. The South (including Toronto and Ottawa) is the most densely populated part of the country and also warmest part of Canada, due to its southerly latitude. The Great Lakes tend not to freeze over until mid-December. Winter brings the snow and the weather can be pretty severe.

    Summers are quite warm with considerable amounts of sunshine. High season falls in the summer months here, with lots of tourists visiting and room rates at a premium. Crowds drop and temperatures are cooler during May, September and October which can make for a pleasant time to visit, although be aware that the opening hours of some city attractions may be restricted. Ski resorts peak again during the winter months.            

    This Toronto city break itinerary is purely a suggestion, and can be tailor-made to your requirements, so please contact us with your dates and requests and we’ll put together a bespoke quotation for you.

    What's included
    • 3 nights’ accommodation             
    • Toronto 24 hr Hop On / Hop Off Pass            
    • Niagara Adventure Pass including Hornblower Cruise, Journey Behind the Falls and White Water Walk       
    • Transfers between Niagara and Toronto                
    Not included
    • Arrival transfer  
    • Meals   
    • Anything not mentioned above