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Toronto - Niagara Falls - New York
Price per person from 2.865 €

Toronto - Niagara Falls - New York

From
2.865 €
Price per person
From
2.865 €
price per person
Toronto - Niagara Falls - New York

Description

Toronto - Niagara Falls - New York with Caravel Travel.

Toronto is located in southeastern Canada, on the northwest shore of Lake Ontario, at the point where the Humber River flows into it. It is the capital of the federal province of Ontario and the most populous city in Canada. It is the central point of the most densely populated area of the country. About a quarter of Canadians live in the area and about one in six Canadians work within Toronto's city limits. A meeting place of different races, religions and cultures, Toronto is one of the most "multicultural" urban centers in the world - it is considered the most multi-ethnic city in the world. Several of its districts are "dominated" by a certain ethnicity: the heart of the Greek district (Greektown) beats on Danforth Street, the Indians have established their own district (Little India), the Chinese element is found in five suburbs of the city, the Italians have created Little Italy, the Portuguese, the Koreans, the Poles... Each district of Toronto is a miniature of the homeland of its inhabitants. Long before the arrival of the first European settlers, the greater Toronto area was home to indigenous Indians. The first permanent settlement took place in 1750, when the French created a fort for the needs of the fur trade. The city was the bone of contention between the French and the English and finally, in 1763, it fell to the latter, who named it York and in 1796 elected it as the capital of Upper Canada. It received the name Toronto in 1834 - according to an old local Indian dialect, the word "Toronto" means "meeting place". Since the time of the first settlement of European settlers, Toronto has been an important commercial center on the "road" connecting the Great Lakes of North America with the Atlantic ocean, the full opening of which to the passage of large ships in 1959 brought even greater commercial traffic on its port docks. Today Toronto is one of the country's most important economic, industrial and commercial centers - the financial capital of Canada. The city is also a cultural center of great interest and home to universities. With excellent spatial planning, outdoor recreation areas, diverse cultural infrastructure (theatres, concert halls, museums, galleries) and countless entertainment proposals, Toronto is an irresistible attraction for visitors. The city center is characterized by a forest of skyscrapers, while its most famous architectural monument is the 553.3-meter CN Tower, which houses an observatory and revolving restaurant. For 31 years it held the record of the tallest building in the world, but in 2007 its first place was "stolen" by the Burj Khalifa. West of the CN Tower is the famous Rogers Center (formerly known as the SkyDome), home of the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team and the Toronto Argonauts football team. This stadium has a characteristic sliding roof. Also important architectural monuments of Toronto are the central railway station (Union Station), the old (1899) and the new City Hall (1965) of the city, the Cathedral of St. Michael, the Anglican church of St. James, etc. The Niagara River is 58 kilometers long and is located on the border of the United States (New York State) and Canada (Ontario Province. Its sources are in Lake Erie and its mouth in Lake Ontario. During its course it forms the majestic waterfalls of the same name , considered among the most impressive in the world. Niagara Falls consists of two large sections separated by Goat Island: Horseshoe Falls, the majority of which is on the Canadian side, and Americans Falls on the American side. The smaller Bridal Veil Falls are also on the American side, but separated from the others by Luna Island. The water falls from a height of 49 meters on the Canadian side and 54 meters on the American side. Niagara Falls was first reached by the French explorer La Salle in 1678 .Next to the falls, there are two cities, one Canadian and one American, both called Niagara F ols (Niagara Falls). The sight of the power and momentum of the water, the trickle of the precipitation and the play of the rainbow and the fog offer truly fascinating images. With the Hornblower/Maid of the Mist boat you can see the spectacular waterfall up close, while at night the spectacular light show is unique: hundreds of led lights scattered in different locations in the gorge, create a series of colors and together with the fireworks offer a spectacle of unimaginable beauty. The tourist area attractions at the falls include observation towers, high-rise hotels, souvenir shops, museums, water parks, casinos and theaters. Elsewhere in the city there are also golf courses, parks, historic sites and residential neighborhoods. The nearby picturesque British town of "Niagara-on-the-Lake" transports visitors to another era, sometime in the 1800s, when Newark was the capital of Upper Canada.

9Nights
5Destinations
2Accommodation
3Transports

Visiting

Itinerary

Day 1: Toronto

Day 2: Toronto, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Niagara Falls, Toronto

Day 3: Toronto, New York City NY

Day 4: New York City NY

Day 5: New York City NY

Day 6: New York City NY

Day 7: New York City NY

Day 8: New York City NY, Washington DC, New York City NY

Day 9: New York City NY

Day 10: New York City NY

Included

  • Economy Class Airline Tickets
  • 10 nights in 4* hotels without breakfast
  • Airport taxes and surcharges, Visa Waiver Program (ESTA) and application fees, Special Individual Travel Insurance & Covid-19 (€765).
  • Local Hotel taxes (City taxes)
  • GIFT: Cruise "Maid of the Mist" in the Niagara Falls  
  • Three multidimensional tours in New York with experienced and specialized Greek-speaking guides
  • Tour of Northern Manhattan
  • Tour of Southern Manhattan
  • GIFT: Cruise with photograph the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, etc.
  • Walk to Chelsea Market, Brooklyn Bridge and Hudson Yards
  • GIFT: Visit to the American Museum of Natural History
  • Gift 10% discount at Macy's department stores
  • Transfer to and from the airport/hotel in America
  • Experienced Greek speaking leader/guide
  • One piece of luggage per person at the hotel
  • Travel folder with useful information
  • Liability insurance

Excluded

  • Gratuities, Freight, Local Taxes (NOT Guides/Leaders) mandatory $100 payable on arrival.
  • Anything not listed in the included items.

Notes

  1. All prices are per person in Euros and have been calculated as of 01/15/2023 based on the current equivalent/prices of air fares and hotels. The airlines and hotels listed are the usual partners and are finalized 16 days before departure.
  2. Breakfast in the US is not included in the room rate
  3. The child price is calculated on the double bed price and is valid for ages 2-12 in the same room as 2 adults.
  4. TAXES/INSURANCE/ESTA/ETA: Cost includes airport taxes, fuel surcharge, local accommodation taxes, special Covid-19 travel insurance & ESTA fee amount.
  5. The SMART PRICE discount is valid for early bookings made for the first 7 or 10 people.
  6. TIPS: The cost includes transportation and gratuities per passenger and are mandatory. They cover Hotel transfers, driver gratuities etc. and entrances where mentioned in the detailed programs. They do NOT cover Leader/Guide gratuity.
  7. For Greek passports to enter the USA & Canada, ESTA & eTA approval respectively (Visa Waiver Program) is necessary. If you have traveled to SYRIA, IRAQ, IRAN, SUDAN, LIBYA, SOMALIA, YEMEN & NORTH KOREA after March 1, 2011 you will need a US Visa. If a traveler is found to have visited a country designated as a State Sponsor of Terrorism (such as Cuba), the traveler is no longer eligible to participate in the ESTA Visa Program and must apply for a visa to enter the United States.
  8. The flow of the program can be changed if this is deemed necessary for its best outcome, without omissions.
  9. Pre-seating in groups is not always guaranteed and on most airlines you will be charged a floating fee. Do it after ticketing or at check-in.
  10. On transatlantic flights, the first piece of luggage per person (up to 23 kg) is free. With EMIRATES 2 pieces of luggage for free. If the group is less than 10 people, you are only entitled to one piece of luggage. On domestic flights there is a charge from the first piece of luggage and it is calculated per route at $30-35 11. In the USA and Canada the 3-bed/4-bed room consists of two double beds.
  11. 11/3 & 25/3 the hotel in New York is the Martinique New York On Broadway 4*
  12. Flights are indicative. If you need a full flight shedule, we can email it to you
  13. The prices are calculated with a discount of €250 per person for EARLY BOOKING for the first 10 seats.
  14. The CHILD price (2-12 years old) has a €120 DISCOUNT and is calculated on the Room price.
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