Toronto, Niagara Falls & Quebec City
A trip to remember! Hi Wine Lovers and travelers, I wanted to share this travel experience with you because it is one of the most relaxing trips I ever had. And more important, fantastic views and spots to drink wine!
Before traveling to Canada, check if you need extra documentation to get into the county, for Mexicans we must fill an additional form with our passport number to have "the permit" to enter the country. I suggest doing this before getting your flight tickets so you can check if your passport is not expired (I have been at airports with an invalid passport, and trust me, it's the worst).
Once your documents are ready, get your tickets!
I stay downtown in an Airbnb, just next to Rogers Centre (If having the opportunity, go to a baseball game, Go Blue Jays!). The easiest way to visit the city and I recommend is to get the City Sightseeing Bus; it takes you to the main touristic places.
CN TOWER - Drink a glass of wine at CN Tower Restaurant and enjoy the view.
CASA LOMA - Take as many pictures as you can!
FERRY - Have a trip on a ferry and see Toronto from the other side
I made a One Day trip to Niagara Falls from Toronto; One day before travel, visit Toronto Union Station to see which transportation option is better for you depending on time and prices, you can get there by train or bus depending on the season.
What to do:
Once you arrive at Niagara Falls, enjoy the views, get food and drink wine!
Get your ticket and enter the Niagara Falls Experience with Hornblower Niagara Cruises
You can get a train ticket online to travel from Toronto Union Station directly to Gare Du Palace Station. Quebec City is everything you need if you want a couple of days to relax and enjoy yourself. For accommodation options prices will depend on the zone you choose, I recommend staying near "Avenue Cartier" this little street is full of life with boutiques, restaurants, liquor stores, pubs, and bars. It's also near downtown, (15 minutes walking).
What to do:
Get lost in the city! Quebec City is one of the most beautiful cities I have ever seen. Find your favorite spot to take pictures and walk around; you would find stores, pubs, and restaurants in every corner.
Jump in a bus directly to Chute Montmorency; this natural park is just 30 minutes away from Quebec City Center. May sure to see the weather conditions before getting to the park, it's better if the sun is out :). Get brunch and a glass of wine at Manoir Montmorency.
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