Toronto and Quebec

Looking for a French trip with a twist? Or a sixth form tour to one of the most multi-cultural cities in the world? This tour presents a fascinating mix between old and new civilisations and is a safe environment to travel. Toronto itself has much to offer, from the iconic CN Tower, to the hands-on experience at the Ontario Science Center, the bustling Saint Lawrence market and the more refined shopping in the Eaton Centre. The raw natural phenomenon of Niagara Falls and a thrilling ride on the Maid of the Mist is an easy journey away and contrasts with the history of the Black Creek Pioneer Village and Fort York. Moving on to Ottawa, students will start to witness the fusion of French and English, with a choice of visits to the Canadian Museum of Civilisation, the Royal Canadian Mint,  Parliament Hill and Building and the Hershey Chocolate factory. Montreal then beckons, with the Upper Canada Village an ideal location to understand life as it was in Ontario during the 19th Century and the Olympic Stadium. Maple syrup shacks, the Montmorency Falls and Old Quebec complete our experience and the natural splendour that is Canada – unless of course you wish to spend a day skiing to round it all off!

Pupils from 12 – 18 years old

Most flights, including some charter airlines, are from London and we would organise local coach companies for excursions around the area. Visa for UK passport holders are not necessary. We use centrally located hotels in both Toronto and Quebec, enabling you to make the most of your time there and we insist on en suite accommodation. We do not use youth hostels.