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The best places to visit on the East Coast & Toronto

With a landscape dotted with small towns, twinkling lakes and dense forests, Canada’s east coast is a haven for lovers of the great outdoors. Home to the cosmopolitan city of Toronto, as well as Ottawa, Canada’s capital, and the Francophone cities of Montreal and Quebec City, the area has plenty to offer. To help you plan your east coast Canada holiday, we’ve broken the region down into its most famous attractions.

If you're planning a holiday to the East Coast, talk to a Travel Expert today on 0800 707 6010.

Toronto from Lake Ontario



Multicultural metropolis

Canada’s most populated city is also the world’s most multicultural, creating a rich melange of styles, cultures and cuisines across its skyscrapered streets. Take a day or two to browse the galleries, tour the gothic Casa Loma and take in the views from the top of the 553-metre CN Tower, the tallest freestanding structure in the western hemisphere.

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Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls

Natural wonder of the world

Niagara, a never-ending torrent of water that roars thunderously from Lake Erie into Lake Ontario, creating billowing clouds of mist, is a sight not to miss. Stay in a falls-view hotel and spend a couple of days trying all the sightseeing options: a drenching cruising right into the spray, walking behind Niagara’s cascade, flying over the water in a helicopter or simply touring the viewing platforms.

Algonquin Provincial Park

Algonquin Provincial Park

Wild moose territory

Much loved by Torontonians looking to escape the city, Algonquin Provincial Park is a haven of peace and tranquillity dotted with over 1,500 lakes and carpeted in thick forest. An outdoorsy retreat, the park offers plenty of activities such as canoeing and hiking, and is a great place to spot moose, beavers and the occasional bear. Stay for the weekend or stay for the week; it’s up to you.


Quebec City

Quebec City

La Vieille Capitale

Filled with history and home to the fairy tale Chateau Frontenac hotel, Quebec City could have been plucked straight from 17th century France. Spend a day or two exploring the Citadelle, the largest fort in North America, step back in time in the World Heritage-listed Old City and feast on tasty French cuisine. Or stay longer and add a side trip to the Laurentian Mountains at Mont Tremblant.


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