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DAY 1: TORONTO
Spend the day in the city of Toronto taking in the historic distillery district where you can shop, drink and dine. Visit the CN Tower and dare to step on the glass floor overlooking the city below. Take-in a Blue Jays baseball game if they’re in town. Sports lovers can also visit the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Toronto is a vibrant city with events, restaurants and art – there really is something for everyone to enjoy in Ontario’s capital city. If you’d like to get out of the city and begin your road trip early, head to Sandbanks Provincial Park for the evening. Or, if you have an extra day to spare, consider heading south for a day to visit Niagara Falls and book a private helicopter ride over the falls!
DAY 2 TO 3: TORONTO TO BROCKVILLE
Leaving the bustling city of Toronto behind, head down the 401 to Brockville. A great pit stop along the way is Belleville where they dish up incredible ice cream. Also along the way is the historic city of Kingston, known as the “Limestone City” for its grand 19th-century buildings.
Brockville is located near the Saint Lawrence River and lies at the heart of the 1000 Islands region. The region is named for the 1864 islands that straddle Canada and the United States. The best way to experience this famous and stunning area is by boat. Ask us about booking a boat or a helicopter tour of the 1000 Islands!
Brockville has a rich history – home to one of Canada’s oldest railway tunnels and Ontario’s first incorporated town. Visit various historic sites or take a walking tour of this idyllic destination.
DAY 4 TO 5: BROCKVILLE TO GATINEAU PARK
Follow the signs for the scenic route to Ottawa, Canada’s capital city. Your destination tonight is just outside the city of Gatineau, Quebec with an overnight stop in Gatineau Park. Make your first stop the Rideau Canal. At 202 kilometres long, it connects Ottawa to Lake Ontario and the Saint Lawrence River. In the centre of the city is Parliament Hill, an impressive and grand Victorian building. Visit the National Gallery of Canada or head to ByWard Market for specialty food like Canadian cheese and the oh-so-famous Canadian maple Syrup.
After touring the city of Ottawa, you’ll finish today’s trip in Gatineau Park, which is just 15 minutes away from the capital of Canada. Reserve your spot ahead of time online and enjoy the walking trails and conservation park while still benefiting from the city vibe just minutes away.
DAY 6 TO 7: GATINEAU PARK TO MONTREAL
On today’s drive to Montreal, take the Quebec side of the river along highway 50. It’s known to be slightly more scenic and you’ll drive through more towns than highways. Stop in the town of Montebello and stretch your legs at the beautiful Fairmont Chateau Montebello. And, if you have extra days available to you, a night at Mont-Tremblant National Park is a beautiful stay, just under two hours from Montreal.
Arriving in Montreal, you can’t go wrong taking a food tour of Quebec’s largest city. If eating your way through Montreal’s famous smoked meat and poutine isn’t your thing, why not hike up Mont-Royal and get a bird’s eye view of the city? Old Montreal is a must-visit, be sure to take a stroll along Saint-Paul Street. Consider spending the night at Parc National des îles-de-Boucherville, just 20 minutes north of the city centre.