Toronto & Montreal School Tour


Toronto is located in Southern Ontario. It has a cosmopolitan and international population and is one of the world’s most diverse cities.  Toronto consistently features as one of the world’s most liveable cities and had a rich and vibrant cultural scene. Montréal is the largest city in Canada’s Québec province. There is an unending list of things to do both for those interested in cultural and historical sights. Visit Montreal to discover the European flair and sophistication of this unique Canadian metropolis.

Things to see & do

  • Sightseeing
    • How about taking a day trip to Niagara Falls? Take a trip on the Maid of the Mist and experience one of the world’s most amazing natural wonders, while soaking up nature and history!
  • Toronto
    • There are 9,520 streets in Toronto. The longest street is Lawrence Avenue East.
    • Toronto theatre and performing arts scene has more than fifty ballet and dance companies, six opera companies, two symphony orchestras and a host of theatres, including The National Ballet Company, The Canadian Opera Company, The Toronto Symphony Orchestra and the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir as well as lots of small theatres and those boasting Broadway-style productions.
  • Toronto
    • Toronto is home to over 70 film festivals. TIFF – the Toronto International Film Festival is an annual occurrence every September. Lots of big-name movie stars make an appearance while it is on.
    • Ontario Science Gallery is a must see! It is host to many innovative projects featuring art, science, design and technology.
  • Toronto
    • On the Sports side, taking in a Toronto Maple Leafs Ice Hockey game or a Blue Jays Baseball game is guaranteed entertainment. The Hockey Hall of Fame is an amazing museum with lots of interactive things to do.
    • There are 9,520 streets in Toronto. The longest street is Lawrence Avenue East.
  • Toronto
    • Canada’s Wonderland boasts the most exhilarating collection of rides and roller coasters in all of Canada. The Park introduced Leviathan in 2012, one of the tallest and fastest roller coasters in the world!
    • There are over 200 public artworks and historic monuments that are owned by the city.
  • Montreal
    • Visit the wonderful Basilique Notre-Dame
    • Visit the Musee de la Civilisation de Quebec
  • Montreal
    • Parc du Mont-Royal
    • The Hôtel de Ville (Town Hall)
    • The Vieux-Port (Old Port)
    • Marché Bonsecours (Bonsecours Market)

Sample Itinerary

Day 1
Flight to Toronto
  • Transfer to your hotel and settle in
  • Take a little stroll around to acclimatise
Day 2
Science Gallery
  • Visit the Ontario Science Gallery for lots of interactive discoveries
  • In the afternoon, visit the Eaton Centre. This shopping mall is Toronto’s top tourist attraction, with around one million visitors per week.
Day 3
Royal Ontario Museum
  • After breakfast, set off for the ROM, arguably the best museum in Toronto where you can explore dinosaur bones and then move out of your comfort zone into the all too realistic bat cave – the epitome of fun learning!
  • In the late afternoon head to the Hockey Hall of Fame, where there are plenty of  interactive exhibits to try  before watching the Toronto Maples play a NHL  game (depending on time of year and match schedule)
Day 4
Full Day at Canada's Wonderland
  • Breakfast
  • Full day at Canada’s Wonderland, home to some of the fastest roller coasters in the world
Day 5
Flight to Montreal
  • Check out of your hotel and check in for your short flight to Montreal
  • Check into your hotel
  • Take a gentle stroll to admire the city and surrounds and make your way to the magnificent Parc du Mont-Royal. This 76 foot hill from which Montreal got its name is the largest of the city’s parks. It is a lively and bustling park filled with cyclists, walkers, joggers and picnickers and boasts 343 acres of forested mountain, with abundant green spaces, and is home to hundreds of species of birds and other wildlife.
Day 6
Basilique Notre Dame & The MCQ
  • Visit the wondrous Basilique Notre-Dame , with its amazing wood carvings, exquisite stained glass windows and 24 carat gold stars in a vaulted blue ceiling
  • In the afternoon, visit the Musee de la Civilisation de Quebec. Few museums in the world receive the rave reviews showered on the MCQ. With two permanent exhibitions, the museum covers sports, science, history and culture in a range of interactive ways guaranteed to entertain and intrigue visitors. A true learning experience.
Day 7
Old Montreal & Flight Home
  • Walking tour of Old Montreal (Vieux-Montreal). It is the hub of the city’s culture and still has an old world feel. Horse-drawn carriages travel on the cobblestone streets taking in such sights as the Basilique Notre-Dame, the Hôtel de Ville (Town Hall), the Vieux-Port (Old Port) and the Marché Bonsecours (Bonsecours Market)
  • Transfer to airport for return flight
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