Indulgence in Eastern Canada and Cruise Inside Stateroom (Summer 2018)
About Boston, Massachusetts
Additional Included Highlights
- Toronto: See CN Tower, Queen's Park and City Hall.
- Niagara: Browse the shops and galleries of Niagara-on-the-Lake.
- Ottawa: Visit the Parliament and view the Royal Canadian Mint and National Art Gallery.
- Quebec: Visit the Montmorency Falls. See the Plains of Abraham and the Place-Royale.
- Montreal: Enjoy the views from Mount Royal and explore the Old Montreal.
- Ottawa: Join us for a Highlight Dinner at the Courtyard Restaurant – a culinary experience that will delight your taste buds.
- Quebec City: Dine at Le Moulin de Saint Laurent, a stone watermill dating back to the early 18th century. Chef Martin will prepare a Highlight Dinner with wine while musicians entertain you.
- Montreal: Celebrate with wine and good cheer at Gibbys in Old Montreal.
- Dining: 7 Buffet Breakfasts (BB) and 4 Dinners all with wine (DW) On-Board Canada and New England Discovery Cruise: 7 Breakfasts | 6 Lunches | 7 Dinners
- Toronto: Take in panoramic views of the city from the CN Tower.
- Niagara Falls: Greet the howling spray, wind and thunder at the base of the Falls on-board your cruise.
- Quebec City: On a sightseeing tour, a Local Expert will bring to life this beautiful and historic city that will feel as if you've set foot on European soil.
- Montreal: Visit Saint Joseph’s Oratory, home to one of the world’s greatest organs and enjoy an exclusive recital.
- Montreal: Visit some of the city's most iconic sites with a Local Expert, including the Notre Dame Basilica with its dazzling combination of blue and gold decor.
- Toronto: The first luxury hotel in Toronto, the Omni King Edward Hotel showcases the old-world charm and vibrancy of the city.
- Ottawa: You will be treated to a spectacular stay with unparalleled luxury at the Fairmont Château Laurier.
- Quebec City: The urban resort of Fairmont Le Château Frontenac will entice you with its breathtaking views of the St Lawrence River and Old Quebec.
- Montreal: From the moment this luxury hotel in Montreal opened its doors in 1958, Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth has welcomed queens, princes and princesses, heads of state and international business leaders.
- Ottawa: Meet a retired member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, colloquially known as 'The Mounties', and learn first-hand about Canada's iconic national police force.
- Quebec City: As a guest at the iconic, luxury Fairmont Le Château Frontenac, enjoy an exclusive guided tour of this historic building, learn about the history of the château, and gain access to areas not accessible to the general public.
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