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Our staff will pick you up at Toronto Pearson Airport (YYZ) and transfer you to your hotel. You will stay overnight in Toronto.
Tour guide will meet passengers at the arrival level exit and outside from luggage claim. Please note the airport pick-up is free only between 10 a.m. - 9 p.m. If you need picked up at an hour not within this time frame, please contact us for a price quote.
We'll depart Toronto during the morning to travel to Kingston. There, we'll visit Kingston City Hall, the oldest train, a British-style lighthouse, historic forts, Canada’s Royal Military College, the famous Queen’s University, Kingston Penitentiary and Bellevue House (the residence of Canada's first prime minister Sir John A. Macdonald).
After lunch, we head to Canada's capital city — Ottawa. We will stop at Parliament Hill and the Canadian Civilization Museum (Admission: CAD $14.00/Adult and CAD $9.00/Child), if we have time. Then, we'll be off to Montreal. We'll will visit the Basilica Notre-Dame (Optional, Cost: CAD $5.00/Person). This twin-towered, Gothic Revival basilica was the most majestic church in North America. After dinner, we'll check-in our hotel and enjoy the city's nightlife.
During the morning, we will make a quick photo stop at Montreal's Olympic Park and then drive to New Brunswick – one of the Maritime Provinces of Canada.
Upon arrival, you'll visit the famous waterfalls – Grand Falls that are located on the Saint John River. The next stop will be the longest covered bridge in the world – Hartland Covered Bridge. During the afternoon, we will arrive in New Brunswick's capital – Fredericton. A city tour will be offered to you. We'll stay overnight in Downtown Fredericton.
Today, we travel to the fishing village of Peggy's Cove - one of the most beautiful sightseeing points in Canada. After that, we will visit the famous Twin City – Halifax & Dartmouth. Halifax is a major Canadian port and an important Naval base. The city's landmarks are the Citadel and Old Town Clock - which you will see. You have chance to take Harbour Hopper to visit Halifax's harbor at an additional cost of CAD $35.00/Adult and CAD $20.00/Child. You can then explore the nightlife of Halifax by visiting an English pub, nightclub or seafood restaurant.
On the tour's fifth day, we will take a ferry to the smallest province of Canada – Prince Edward Island. Charlottetown will be our first stop– the capital of Prince Edward Island and the birthplace of Canada. In 1864, the national founders had a meeting to discuss the independence of Canada in the Provincial House. Later, we visit the world famous fishing village – Cavendish. Also, you must try the lobster of Prince Edward Island.