Explore popular destinations within Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and New Brunswick with an Eastern Canada tour by train. Visit Toronto to see the CN Tower, the world’s tallest free-standing structure offering remarkable views of the city, or travel to nearby Niagara Falls for the famous Maid of the Mist boat ride. Venture to Canada’s capital city, Ottawa, to see the Parliament Buildings, Embassies, and Rideau Falls. Explore Canada’s “cultural capital,” Montreal, for excellent shopping, dining, and sightseeing including Notre Dame Basilica, historic Old Montreal, and panoramic views from atop Mount Royal. Admire Quebec City’s 17th-century architecture and stroll the cobblestone streets lined with quaint shops. Drive up Magnetic Hill in Moncton and visit the Bay of Fundy. Travel to the harbor city of Halifax and the Maritimes popular attractions, Peggy’s Cove and Lunenberg. Be amazed by Saint John’s famous Reversing Falls. Meander around the coastal town of St. Andrews, home to the Huntsman Aquarium. Visit the location that inspired Anne of Green Gables as you travel to Prince Edward Island. A trip to Eastern Canada can include all this and more!
Eastern Canada by Train
Eastern Canada Rail & Cruise 15 days from $
Your perfectly-planned rail-cruise combination tour takes you from the historic city of Boston to Canada's Cultural Capital of Montreal by sea, infusing your travels with unique sightseeing to historically significant landmarks along the way.
Departs from May 2016 to September 2016.
Montreal & Quebec City by Rail - Montreal to Quebec City 7 days from $
Visit two of Canada's most popular cities, Montreal and Quebec City, on this enchanting vacation by rail.
Departs from July 2015 to October 2016.
Quebec to the Maritimes - Montreal to Halifax 6 days from $
From the sparkling French culture to the easygoing charm of Atlantic seaside towns, sun-drenched beaches to sparkling coves and miles of rugged shoreline guarded by graceful lighthouses - this is a delightful introduction to Quebec and the Maritimes.
Departs from May 2016 to October 2017.