| Daily Departures April 29 - October 21,2017 & April 29 - October 21, 2018|
Monday & Thursday Departures October 22 , 2017 - April 28,2018
1. New York - Montreal
Depart from New York by Rail to Montreal. Upon arrival, transfer on your own to your hotel. Enjoy free time to visit rue Sainte-Catherine, the main commercial street for shopping. Enjoy the charming atmosphere of the second-largest French-speaking metropolis after Paris which makes you feel like you are in France. Dine at one of the quaint French restaurants in Old Montreal. Overnight Montreal.
This morning you will join a complete tour of the City, taking in over 200 points of interest, including a photo stop at the Notre Dame Basilica, St. Joseph's Oratory, residential and financial districts, Old Montreal, French Quarter, outside view of Olympic Site, McGill University and a panoramic view from an observation point on
top of Mt. Royal. Overnight in Montreal
3. Montreal - Quebec and Montmorency Falls Day Trip
Leave Montreal for the day and visit Quebec City, the historic heart of French Canada. You'll take a full day sightseeing tour through Quebec with a local licensed guide and enjoy views and photo opportunities of the magnificent Montmorency Falls - higher than Niagara Falls! This full-day, 12-hour tour will take you back more than 350 years as you visit the former French colonial city of Quebec. You will be charmed by the old-world atmosphere of Quebec City with its narrow streets, steep hills and numerous historical treasures on the banks of the St. Lawrence River. Before you return to Montreal, you will have free time to browse Quebec's Old City.
- Highlights in Quebec City include: Place Royale, birthplace of French civilization in North America, Shop and eat in the oldest quarter in North America, the Petit Champlain district , Escalier Casse-Cou, which translates as "break neck staircase" but, while impressive, it isn't nearly as dangerous as its name implies, Funicular ride on the elevator linking Upper and Lower Old Quebec, with magnificent views of the river and surroundings Citadel, the largest fortifications in North America , Plains of Abraham, where the famous battle between the French and English armies took place in 1759 , Parliament Building, Quebec's most important national historic site
4. Montreal – Ottawa
Travel by rail from Montreal to Ottawa, one of the most beautiful G8 capitals in the world. Free time to explore the capital city. Overnight Ottawa
5. Ottawa - Toronto
Travel by rail from Ottawa to Toronto, Canada's cosmopolitan city on the shores of Lake Ontario. Join the Toronto City Tour Hop - On , Hop Off tour. Experience the sights, sounds and history of multi-cultural Toronto at your speed, on your time. Overnight Toronto
6. Toronto – Niagara Falls
This morning, travel by rail from Toronto to Niagara Falls. . Enjoy breathtaking views of the Falls. The afternoon is free. Take a cruise on the Maid of the Mist (in season ) or visit the awe inspiring Scenic Tunnels behind the Canadian Falls. In the evening enjoy a walking tour ( on your own ) to view the massive, illuminated waterfalls. Overnight Niagara Falls
7. Niagara Falls – New York - Philadelphia
This morning, transfer to the train station and return to New York by rail. Transfer to Philadelphia by train Overnight Philadelphia
8. Philadelphia- Washington DC
Hop on - Hop off Experience the unique history and beauty of Philadelphia from the top of an Authentic London Double Decker Bus!
Tour Highlights: See all of Philadelphia's main sights Afternoon travel by Rail to Washington DC Overnight in Washington DC.
9. Washington DC
Hop on - Hop off. Tour at your own pace for the entire day!
As you tour the nations capital you will have the opportunity to get off the bus and visit memorials, museums, and historical points of interest; as well as opportunities for shopping and dining throughout the city. When you're ready, just re-board and it's on with the tour.
10. Washington DC- New York
Continue your Hop on - Hop Off tour. Afternoon travel by rail to New York
*** Important *** Passengers Traveling to Canada
The following information is required for entry to Canada by train.
Date of Birth
Passport # or Legal Document #