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Ottawa-Quebec city-Montreal -3 days

  Tour start date(s): 19-09-2023
  Duration: 3 Days
  Location: Toronto--Ottawa-Quebec-City-Montreal-Toronto
  Price (including tax): 770 CAD

***Please note that this tour is in the Russian language***


Day 1

Departure from Toronto to Ottawa (7 A.M.)

Ottawa is the national capital of Canada. This picturesque and safe city is the fourth largest city in Canada. Ottawa is cosmopolitan, with museums, galleries, performing arts and festivals, but still has the feel of a small town and is eminently affordable. English and French are the main languages spoken in Ottawa. In 1857, the city of Ottawa was chosen by Queen Victoria as capital of the province of Canada. In 1867, Ottawa was officially defined by the BNA Act as the capital of the Dominion of Canada.

A sightseeing panoramic tour of Ottawa during which you will see the main attractions of Canada’s capital, such as the Parliament buildings, residences of the Prime Minister and the Governor-General of Canada, the National Art Gallery, etc. 

Departure from Ottawa to Montreal. Checking into a hotel in the heart of the city. Free time in downtown Montreal, city famous for its nightlife.

Day 2

Breakfast. Departure for Quebec-City, the oldest city in Canada.

Québec City is 400 years old. It boasts four centuries of history marked by encounters with the First Nations, battles between the French and English, terrible epidemics, and the acts of the men and women our streets are named after today; four centuries during which Québec has grown into the city we know and love, forging a character all its own built around a thriving culture, economic success, urban transformation, neighborhood life, and the French language.

On arrival to Quebec-City – tour of the Old City, which includes the main attractions of the upper and lower parts of the city – Place d’Armes, the Post Office building, Basilica Notre-Dame de Québec, Petit Champlain - the artisans’ quarter, Place Royale, the oldest square of Canada. Free time. Continuation of the tour in the suburbs of Quebec-City. Return to Montreal.

Day 3

Breakfast. City panoramic tour of Montreal, one of the most beautiful cities of the continent and one of the world’s largest French-speaking cities, with some 1.7 million people (3.8 in the metropolitan region), Montréal is also a melting pot of cultures from the world over—as witnessed by its mosaic of ethnic neighborhoods and the diversity of its restaurants. An island city that’s open to the world, Montréal is a lively town that’s always ready for a party!

It is the largest city in the province, the second-largest in Canada and the 8th-largest in North America. Originally called Ville-Marie, or "City of Mary", it is named after Mount Royal, the triple-peaked hill in the heart of the city. The city is on the Island of Montreal, which took its name from the same source as the city, and a few much smaller peripheral islands, the largest of which is Île Bizard.

You will have an opportunity to see different parts of Montreal. A walk in the Old Port and a tour of Notre Dame de Montreal. Olympic Stadium.  Westmount, the most expensive area of the city. Observation deck on Mont Royal - the most popular place for photographs in the city.  Departure from Montreal. Return to Toronto (9:30 P.M.)

The price of the tour per person, in a double room: $770 CAD.

The tour price includes: transportation in a comfortable bus, hotel accommodations (2 nights), 2 breakfasts, sightseeing with a professional licensed Russian-speaking guide, entrance tickets, taxes.

The tour cost does not include: lunches, dinners, personal expenses, tips to the driver and the guide, cancelation and medical insurance.

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