Your holiday to Canada starts with 3 nights in beautiful Toronto. The city has an aesthetically pleasing mix of high-rise buildings (chief among them is the incredible 553-foot-tall CN Tower. The 7th tallest free-standing building in the world) and bay-and-gable houses, which are mainly found in Old Toronto. Beautiful Victorian and Edwardian houses can be found in neighbourhoods like Rosedale, Cabbagetown, the Annex and Yorkville. It’s an international hub for business, finance, arts and culture. The city is home to more than fifty ballet and dance companies, as well as six opera companies. Each summer, The Canadian Stage Company presents an outdoor Shakespeare production in High Park. Toronto is ranked as the third largest production centre for film and television, after only L.A. and New York and its International Film Festival is a major draw for hot shot film producers and cultured cinema-goers alike.
Your next stop is Halifax, the provincial capital of Nova Scotia. It’s a wonderful place full of history, heritage, culture and a great food scene. With a population similar to that of Edinburgh, Halifax has the feel of world-class cosmopolitan centre, with fantastic museums, galleries, shopping and nightlife (with more pubs per head than in any other Canadian city). Halifax has the second largest natural harbour in the world after Sydney Australia, but the city itself is small enough to have a fantastically relaxed pace and visitors will find the whole place very walkable. Take time to visit the Halifax Citadel National Historic Site, a stunning, huge star-shaped 19th Century fort that overlooks the city.
Flights to Toronto, return from Halifax
Internal flight from Toronto to Halifax
Flying from Dublin Airport
1 checked bag per person
Based on 2 adults sharing
Travelling June 2024