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About 40 times the size of the UK, Canada can feel hard to tackle in one trip. So, if you’re eager to cover as much ground as possible, a multi-centre holiday is a great option. With a tailor-made itinerary, you can visit two – or more – places on your bucket list. You could visit a trio of exciting cities in one straightforward trip. Or why not combine city scenes with natural wonders when you pair the Rocky Mountains with Vancouver? Whether you want to spend your time hiking, sightseeing or wildlife-watching, our Canada multi-centre holidays have got you covered.


A country as vast as Canada serves up endless options. Our Travel Specialists will help you plan your perfect trip, with every detail tailored to you. But there are a few tried-and-tested options which might take your fancy. In Eastern Canada, Toronto and Niagara Falls are a popular pairing. Or, if you’re into culture and history, we’d recommend going to Montreal, Quebec City and Ottawa, Canada’s capital. Or perhaps the rugged Maritime Provinces have caught your eye? You could enjoy fresh seafood in Halifax, explore historical Charlottetown, and go kayaking in Fundy National Park.

Alternatively, Western Canada has a whole host of exciting cities and stunning natural wonders. You could focus your attention on the beautiful province of British Columbia, when you divide your time between Vancouver, Victoria and Whistler – the perfect combination of city living and the great outdoors. Or why not venture into the Rocky Mountains on your Canada multi-centre holiday? You could start in Calgary, then travel on to Banff National Park and Jasper National Park, where jaw-dropping landscapes await.

However you want to explore, our team will help you create the ideal getaway. Speak to our Travel Specialists to start planning your Canada multi-centre holiday.

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Toronto & Niagara Falls

One of our most popular Canada multi-centre holidays, Toronto and Niagara Falls make the perfect pair. The provincial capital of Ontario, cosmopolitan Toronto boasts a range of attractions. You can go up the CN Tower for panoramic city views, stroll around the trendy Distillery District, and admire the bright street art along Graffiti Alley. Cheer on the Toronto Blue Jays at a game of baseball, or catch a ferry to the Toronto Islands. These pretty isles are the ideal place to go cycling or kayaking, and you’ll have fantastic views of Toronto’s skyline.

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After an action-packed few days in the city, pick up your hire car and drive south along the shores of Lake Ontario – you’ll reach Niagara Falls in less than 90 minutes. This thunderous waterfall straddles the Canada-US border, and sees 3,160 tons of water cascade down every single second. If you want to get closer, hop on the Hornblower Cruise and sail into the mist. There’s plenty going on in the city of Niagara itself, too. Go up the Skylon Tower or ride the Niagara Skywheel. And, in the evening, you can take your pick from theatrical shows, independent breweries and buzzing casinos.

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Vancouver, Victoria & Whistler

If you’re eager to discover the dramatic West Coast, this Canada multi-centre is the one for you. You’ll kick off your trip in Vancouver – a diverse hub of beaches, parks, lakes, mountains and a vibrant cityscape. Hire bikes and cycle around Stanley Park, browse the Museum of Anthropology (MOA) and see the famous Gastown Steam Clock. You can expect a world-class dining scene, too, from the cafés of Granville Island, to the bars and restaurants of Yaletown.

Next, you’ll board the ferry to Vancouver Island, where you can explore Victoria. The historic capital of British Columbia is home to impressive landmarks like the Parliament Buildings and Craigdarroch Castle, as well as Butchart Gardens. We’d also recommend taking a whale-watching trip, as you’re likely to see wild orcas and seals.


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Your final stop will be idyllic Whistler. Just 70 miles north of Vancouver, this alpine town is all about the great outdoors. You can expect to find snow-capped peaks, pine forests and glacial lakes, which serve up endless activities. In summer, you can go hiking, zip-lining, bear-watching and mountain biking, while the winter snows offer fantastic skiing and snowboarding.

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Vancouver & the Rockies

When you envisage a getaway to Canada, do you picture dramatic mountains and emerald-hued lakes? If so, consider a multi-centre holiday which takes you into the heart of the Rockies. You can fly to Calgary, explore Alberta’s staggering national parks, and then finish up in Vancouver – or do the trip in reverse.

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The capital of Alberta, Calgary is the gateway to the Rocky Mountains. On a clear day, you can even spot the distant peaks from the top of the Calgary Tower. From Calgary, you can make the 90-minute drive west to Banff National Park. One of Canada’s most stunning landscapes – and the country’s first national park – this place boasts postcard-worthy spots like turquoise Moraine Lake and wolf-shaped Peyto Lake.

After a few days in the park, journey northwest towards Jasper National Park, which is famous for its abundant wildlife. You can search for deer, elk, moose, cougars, and black and grizzly bears. You’ll also be able to see Alberta’s tallest peak, Mount Columbia, and the sprawling Columbia Icefields. Once you’ve had your fill of nature, make your way westwards, where glittering Vancouver awaits.


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Montreal, Quebec City & Ottawa

The predominantly French-speaking province of Quebec is home to the fascinating cities of Montreal and Quebec City. The two are just 160 miles apart – and Canada’s capital, Ottawa, is another 120 miles west of Montreal. So why not discover this exciting trio in one trip, with one of our Canada multi-centre holidays?

Start your getaway in historical Quebec City. It’s the only walled city north of Mexico, and Old Quebec is even a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In this part of town, you’ll be able to explore charming streets, fantastic restaurants and Château Frontenac – an imposing castle-like hotel, which is well worth a visit.

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Then you can continue on to Montreal. Built on an island, this picturesque city boasts Canada’s biggest church and a bloom-filled Botanical Gardens. Make sure you also spend some time in the Plateau area, hopping between the cosy cafés and galleries.

Your final stop is Ottawa. On the border between Ontario and Quebec, Canada’s capital is where you’ll find the Canadian Government buildings at Parliament Hill. Go for a walk along Rideau Canal and check out the National Gallery of Canada. And, in summer, Ottawa’s calendar is jam-packed with festivals.

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Toronto & Niagara Falls

One of our most popular Canada multi-centre holidays, Toronto and Niagara Falls make the perfect pair. The provincial capital of Ontario, cosmopolitan Toronto boasts a range of attractions. You can go up the CN Tower for panoramic city views, stroll around the trendy Distillery District, and admire the bright street art along Graffiti Alley. Cheer on the Toronto Blue Jays at a game of baseball, or catch a ferry to the Toronto Islands. These pretty isles are the ideal place to go cycling or kayaking, and you’ll have fantastic views of Toronto’s skyline.

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Show Less

After an action-packed few days in the city, pick up your hire car and drive south along the shores of Lake Ontario – you’ll reach Niagara Falls in less than 90 minutes. This thunderous waterfall straddles the Canada-US border, and sees 3,160 tons of water cascade down every single second. If you want to get closer, hop on the Hornblower Cruise and sail into the mist. There’s plenty going on in the city of Niagara itself, too. Go up the Skylon Tower or ride the Niagara Skywheel. And, in the evening, you can take your pick from theatrical shows, independent breweries and buzzing casinos.

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British Columbia

Vancouver, Victoria & Whistler

If you’re eager to discover the dramatic West Coast, this Canada multi-centre is the one for you. You’ll kick off your trip in Vancouver – a diverse hub of beaches, parks, lakes, mountains and a vibrant cityscape. Hire bikes and cycle around Stanley Park, browse the Museum of Anthropology (MOA) and see the famous Gastown Steam Clock. You can expect a world-class dining scene, too, from the cafés of Granville Island, to the bars and restaurants of Yaletown.

Next, you’ll board the ferry to Vancouver Island, where you can explore Victoria. The historic capital of British Columbia is home to impressive landmarks like the Parliament Buildings and Craigdarroch Castle, as well as Butchart Gardens. We’d also recommend taking a whale-watching trip, as you’re likely to see wild orcas and seals.


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Your final stop will be idyllic Whistler. Just 70 miles north of Vancouver, this alpine town is all about the great outdoors. You can expect to find snow-capped peaks, pine forests and glacial lakes, which serve up endless activities. In summer, you can go hiking, zip-lining, bear-watching and mountain biking, while the winter snows offer fantastic skiing and snowboarding.

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The Rockies

Vancouver & the Rockies

When you envisage a getaway to Canada, do you picture dramatic mountains and emerald-hued lakes? If so, consider a multi-centre holiday which takes you into the heart of the Rockies. You can fly to Calgary, explore Alberta’s staggering national parks, and then finish up in Vancouver – or do the trip in reverse.

Show More
Show Less

The capital of Alberta, Calgary is the gateway to the Rocky Mountains. On a clear day, you can even spot the distant peaks from the top of the Calgary Tower. From Calgary, you can make the 90-minute drive west to Banff National Park. One of Canada’s most stunning landscapes – and the country’s first national park – this place boasts postcard-worthy spots like turquoise Moraine Lake and wolf-shaped Peyto Lake.

After a few days in the park, journey northwest towards Jasper National Park, which is famous for its abundant wildlife. You can search for deer, elk, moose, cougars, and black and grizzly bears. You’ll also be able to see Alberta’s tallest peak, Mount Columbia, and the sprawling Columbia Icefields. Once you’ve had your fill of nature, make your way westwards, where glittering Vancouver awaits.


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Eastern Cities

Montreal, Quebec City & Ottawa

The predominantly French-speaking province of Quebec is home to the fascinating cities of Montreal and Quebec City. The two are just 160 miles apart – and Canada’s capital, Ottawa, is another 120 miles west of Montreal. So why not discover this exciting trio in one trip, with one of our Canada multi-centre holidays?

Start your getaway in historical Quebec City. It’s the only walled city north of Mexico, and Old Quebec is even a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In this part of town, you’ll be able to explore charming streets, fantastic restaurants and Château Frontenac – an imposing castle-like hotel, which is well worth a visit.

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Show Less

Then you can continue on to Montreal. Built on an island, this picturesque city boasts Canada’s biggest church and a bloom-filled Botanical Gardens. Make sure you also spend some time in the Plateau area, hopping between the cosy cafés and galleries.

Your final stop is Ottawa. On the border between Ontario and Quebec, Canada’s capital is where you’ll find the Canadian Government buildings at Parliament Hill. Go for a walk along Rideau Canal and check out the National Gallery of Canada. And, in summer, Ottawa’s calendar is jam-packed with festivals.

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