Landscapes of Eastern Canada and USA Summer 2019
- Boston Sightseeing includes the Freedom Trail, Old North Church, Paul Revere's House, Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market and historic Boston Harbor
- Kingston Board a scenic cruise through the Thousand Islands National Park region
- Lancaster Learn about the Amish culture and way of life with a Local Specialist
- Montreal Embark on an orientation tour of the city with a Local Specialist
- New York Enjoy a guided tour with a Local Specialist
- Niagara Falls View the Canadian and American falls aboard a cruise
- Ottawa View some of the city's well-known landmarks like Parliament Hill and Rideau Hall
- Quebec City Explore Old Quebec and other famous sites of the city with a Local Specialist
- Quebec City Iconic Breakfast at a traditional Cabane a Sucre (Sugar Shack) where you'll learn how maple syrup is made
- Toronto Sightseeing includes the CN Tower and Chinatown
- Washington, D.C. Visit some of the city's most famous landmarks
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