Fly to Toronto
Fly to Toronto and pick up your rental car at the airport. Spend the rest of the day discovering Canada's largest city. Be sure to check out the CN Tower, Kensington Market and the Distillery District.
Niagara Falls (approx. 260 km)
The falls are a short drive from Toronto and definitely worth a day trip. Try a Hornblower Niagara Cruise, a helicopter tour or a Journey Behind the Falls. Later, relax at any of the charming wineries in nearby Niagara-on-the-Lake.
Toronto - Ottawa (approx. 450km)
On your way to Ottawa, be sure to stop for a cruise of the Thousands Islands, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In Ottawa, don't miss the lively Byward Market or the fascinating Houses of Parliament or Canadian Museum of History.
Ottawa - Montreal (approx. 220km)
This morning, enjoy more of Ottawa before driving to Montreal where you will spend the next two nights.
Montreal's joie de vivre is legendary as it blends cultures from around the world with a love of art, food and wine. Be sure to check out Old Montreal and any of the 90 festivals that fill the year.
Montreal - Lac Saint-Jean (approx. 450km)
Follow the Saint Lawrence to Trois-Rivières where you turn north towards Roberval, your destination on the south-western shore of Lac Saint-Jean.
Roberval - Chicoutimi (approx. 110km)
Leaving Lac Saint-Jean, head southeast towards the dramatic Saguenay Fjord and the charming cliffside town of Sainte-Rose-du-Nord.
Chicoutimi - Tadoussac (approx. 140km)
Whale watching today! Tadoussac, the oldest village in Canada, is an internationally recognized whale-watching site. Enjoy a guided cruise to see whales, seals and more.
Tadoussac - Quebec City (approx. 220km)
From Tadoussac, travel to Quebec City where you'll spend the next two nights.
The cradle of French America and the only fortified city north of Mexico has many treasures that will delight any history and culture enthusiast. Explore the old city, the Plains of Abraham and more.
Drive to the airport to drop off your rental car and board your flight home.