Europe’s largest river cruise operator, CroisiEurope, is introducing its first Canada cruise on the St Lawrence River and Lake Ontario, exploring Canada’s earliest European settlements and taking in the scenery of the Thousand Islands and the majestic Niagara Falls.

The unique ten-day cruise from Quebec to Toronto on the MS Jacques Cartier takes guests to Trois-Rivières, Montreal, Ottawa, The Thousand Islands, Prince Edward County and Kingston with optional excursions to Niagara Falls, Niagara-on-the-Lake, the CN Tower in Toronto and an authentic sugar shack on a maple farm.

Highlights include cruising on the Saint Lawrence River, through the magical Thousand Islands and on Lake Ontario; visits to the historical centres of Quebec, Montreal, Toronto and Kingston; tasting of local wines and delicacies including maple products in Trois-Rivieres, smoked meats in Montreal, Prince Edward County’s cheddar cheese and beer trail and Canada’s famous ice wine; getting acquainted with Canadian history; and discovering the majestic wilderness surrounding the Niagara Falls.

The cruise takes place on a new ship, the 68-guest MS Jacques Cartier, which features 34 en-suite cabins with windows or French balconies, a dining room, lounge bar, large sun deck with deck chairs, a sauna, hot tubs and a massage room.

To book or for more information call 020-8328 1281 or visit croisieurope.co.uk

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