In the morning, departure from Montreal and arrive at the Thousand Islands after about 2 and a half hours of driving. Take a cruise to admire the beautiful scenes of the region. After the buffet lunch, we continue heading for Toronto. Upon arrival, visit the city with a city tour to see the Toronto City Hall, Parliament building, Toronto University, Then go up to the top of CN Tower, the most well-known symbol of Canada. Visit Ripley's Aquarium which is the largest aquarium in Canada and the home of 16,000 animals.
Thousand Islands - The Thousand Islands is an archipelago located on the border between Canada and the United States. The 1864 islands occupy a territory of 80 kilometres.
CN Tower: Toronto landmark building, 553 meters high, was the world's tallest independent structural building. In the distance from the ground 342 meters high there is a special glass platform, is the best place for self-timer.
Ripley Aquarium: Canada's largest indoor aquarium, displaying over 16,000 marine and freshwater species, covering the entire North American species. The museum has the longest viewing shark tunnel in North America. There is also the world’s largest jellyfish camp, over a hundred years old longevity, etc.There are opportunities to touch the shark's skin.
After breakfast, leave for the Niagara Falls. First, go on top of the Skylon Tower to enjoy a panoramic view of the region. Then, board on the Hornblower cruise ship and face the sensational vibration of the falls and the river. The way back, pass by Niagara-on-the-Lake, a Victorian style town that was the first capital of the province of Upper Canada. Arrive in Montreal at around 21h30.
Niagara Falls - A collection of three waterfalls: the American Falls, the Bridal’s Veil, and the Horseshoe Fall that are located at the border between Canada and the United States.
Niagara-on-the-Lake - A Canadian town located at the intersection of the Niagara River and Lake Ontario. The first provincial parliament was convened at the Navy Hall in Niagara on the lake. The site is also famous for its production of ice wine.
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