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Multicultural Toronto speaks 140 languages

Day Morning Afternoon Evening
1 Depart for Toronto. Flight time is approximately 8 hours. Make sure you get some rest on the flight ahead of your exciting itinerary Take a guided tour of Toronto & see some of the iconic sights like the CN Tower, Casa Loma & the Royal Ontario Museum Check in to your accommodation & relax after a busy day
2 Full day excursion to Niagara Falls on the Canadian/American border. Renowned for its beauty, you will be able to see the three famous waterfalls which are Horseshoe Falls, the American Falls & the Bridal Veil Falls Spend some time in Niagara-on-the- Lake, described as the ‘prettiest town in Ontario’. This well-preserved 19th Century village is worth a look Return to Toronto and enjoy an evening meal at a local restaurant
3 Start the day with a visit to the Ontario Science Centre. Here you’ll be able to touch a tornado, walk through a real live rain forest & see a moon rock & meteorite from Mars all under one roof in this interactive science museum Head to the CN Tower for a bird’s eye view of the city. With a view of 342m straight down, will you be brave enough to walk across the glass floor? Enjoy an evening meal at a local restaurant
4 Take a tour of the Rogers Centre, home to the Toronto Blue Jays Baseball Team & the Toronto Argonauts Football Team. This fully guided behind-the-scenes tour includes a visit to the different levels, a press box & a luxury suite Spend some time at the Royal Ontario Museum. This museum specialises in art, world culture & natural history & is one of the largest in North America Enjoy an evening meal at a local restaurant
5 Visit Casa Loma, considered to be the only castle in North America. This Edwardian era building & its grounds have been used in many blockbuster movies including X-Men & Chicago. See the Great Hall, Sir Henry Pellat’s Study & the Tunnel to the Stables which tells the story of Toronto’s darker days such Prohibition, The Plague and the Great Toronto Fire Pick up a souvenir or two before departing for home Take an overnight flight back to the UK to arrive the following morning