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Eastern Canada by Rail

One of the journeys featured in their new Rail Journeys brochure, World Journeys’ 9-day Eastern Canada by Rail itinerary is a great way to explore the French flavours and natural wonders of the region.

Commencing with Toronto, you take an excursion to spectacular Niagara Falls, then it’s back on VIA Rail for a scenic journey along the shores of Lake Ontario to historical Kingston and the beautiful 1000 Islands.

The next VIA Rail journey follows the St Lawrence River to Montreal to explore the French Quarter and on to Quebec City, home to the oldest walled city in North America

. Priced from $3,298 per person (share twin), this includes a Toronto airport transfer, 8 nights 4-star hotels, Business Class transport on VIA Rail, sightseeing tours, and 5 lunches.

Departures are May through to October, with prices varying seasonally.

Contact World Journeys 0800 117311 or find this and more rail travel options at

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