EASTERN WONDERS OF CANADA
Day 1 New York City-Boston
(215m/344km). Depart north into the New England states of Connecticut and Massachusetts. Upon
arrival in Boston, sightseeing tour of this historic city including Faneuil Hall, M.I.T. and Harvard
University. Evening at leisure for optional excursions.
Day 2 Boston-Quebec City
(392m/627km). Continue northward through New England, land of rolling green hills and rivers. Enter
Canada and proceed to Quebec City, a charming French city on the St. Lawrence River. Upon arrival
enjoy a sightseeing tour of Quebec City, visit this historic and scenic city, including Old Quebec, the
fortifications and Battlefield Park.
Day 3 Quebec City-Montreal
(155m/248km). Morning free to enjoy a leisurely stroll and experience the international flavor of Quebec
City. In the afternoon, depart Quebec City traveling west to Montreal, the sophisticated, cosmopolitan
centre of the Quebec province. Upon arrival enjoy a sightseeing tour of Montreal, with its Old City and
much more. Optional Montreal night tour.
Day 4 Montreal-Ottawa-Toronto
(374m/599km). Early departure from Montreal traveling to Canada's capital-Ottawa. Upon arrival,
sightseeing tour of Ottawa, including Canada's Parliament Hill and other sites. Afterwards, continue to
Toronto with views of the St. Lawrence Seaway and beautiful Thousand Islands.
Day 5 Toronto-Niagara Falls
(86m/138km). Morning sightseeing of Toronto will show off this modern Canadian city of glass and steel.
Continue to Niagara Falls and a cruise on the Maid of the Mist, which allows for a breathtaking view of
the falls (in the winter months, Scenic Tunnels behind the falls instead). This evening, optional dinner
with a panoramic view of the illuminated falls beneath the evening sky.
Day 6 Niagara Falls-Washington, DC
(432m/691km). Early morning stop in Corning, where visit includes the famous Corning Museum of Glass
and Steuben Glass Factory. Continue through Pennsylvania. Time permitting, a stop will be made at an
Amish market. The Amish preserve the elements of late 17th-century European rural culture. Arrive in
Washington, DC, the nation's capital, in the early evening.
Day 7 Washington, DC.
Morning panoramic sightseeing tour is devoted to the landmarks and monuments of this great city: the
White House, the Washington Monument, Arlington Cemetery, the Supreme Court and the Capitol.
Afternoon is free to explore one of the Smithsonian museums, such as the National Air and Space
Day 8 Washington, DC-Philadelphia-New York City
(236m/379km), Travel south to Philadelphia, the birthplace of American Independence. Pass by the
Liberty Bell and Independence Hall, where the Declaration of Independence was signed and the U.S.
Constitution is written. Arrive in New York in the later afternoon.