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WHAT IS A LIBERTY TRAVEL CANADABREAK?

Curious about our Great White North neighbor? Explore the natural and cultural wonders of the secondlargest country in the world on a Liberty Travel CANADAbreak. The most iconic cities in the country are just waiting to be discovered. Try your French in Montreal and Quebec City, or journey to the top of the CN Tower in Toronto. Marvel at the awe-inspiring beauty and thunderous power of Niagara Falls, but don’t forget about the art-centric and outdoor-enthusiast paradise of Vancouver in the west. Enjoy urban adventures and nature expeditions through expertly guided sightseeing tours, and learn hidden facts and resident sweet spots from your City Insider. Feel welcomed in this vast country by locals who’ll treat you as a long-lost friend.

Why book your CANADAbreak with Liberty Travel?

We understand every traveler is different and in search of unique experiences. When you book your CANADAbreak through Liberty Travel, you’ll work with a consultant who will design and plan your vacation as if it were their own, including every detail to ensure that it is nothing less than the perfect getaway. They’ll provide you with insightful advice based on personal experience and expertise, and will organize all the details of your trip. We offer hand-selected hotels, unique experiences, and exclusive services to destinations in Canada. With specialists available both here and at the destination, as well as 24/7 support throughout your trip, you can travel with confidence knowing we are here for you every step of the way. We understand the planning and travel process can be stressful, so let us take care of everything at no additional cost to you. The world is waiting to be discovered, and we want to help you explore it. Call us today at 1.800.863.5956 or visit us on the web at LibertyTravel.com. We can’t wait to assist you with your next getaway.

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WHAT’S INCLUDED WITH YOUR CANADABREAK? Unique to Liberty Travel, CANADAbreaks are amazing getaways to iconic Canadian cities. Your experience in each city is enhanced by the inclusion of a City Insider and thrilling sightseeing excursions. With each CANADAbreak you will receive: PERSONALIZED KEEPSAKE BOOKLET & DOCUMENT HOLDER: Prior to your departure, you’ll receive a booklet customized with your full itinerary, additional destination information, and insider benefit coupons for hundreds of dollars in savings towards everything from ground transportation, parking, and travel gadgets. INSIDER BENEFITS COUPONS: Liberty Travel has put together these exclusive discounts for you, valued up to $275 in savings. Use them before, during or after your vacation. FUTURE TRAVEL CREDIT: When you book a CANADAbreak, you’ll receive a $150 credit to put towards your next trip. LIBERTY TRAVEL PERSONAL CONCIERGE: A convenient smart phone app connects you with a team of professional concierges who can assist you with anything, anytime, from anywhere. 24/7 EMERGENCY TRAVEL CENTER PRIORITY ACCESS: Need immediate assistance while traveling? No problem, call our 24/7 emergency line. Your CANADAbreaks package grants you Priority Access, so we can assist you in no time.


WHAT IS A LIBERTY TRAVEL CANADABREAK?

Curious about our Great White North neighbor? Explore the natural and cultural wonders of the secondlargest country in the world on a Liberty Travel CANADAbreak. The most iconic cities in the country are just waiting to be discovered. Try your French in Montreal and Quebec City, or journey to the top of the CN Tower in Toronto. Marvel at the awe-inspiring beauty and thunderous power of Niagara Falls, but don’t forget about the art-centric and outdoor-enthusiast paradise of Vancouver in the west. Enjoy urban adventures and nature expeditions through expertly guided sightseeing tours, and learn hidden facts and resident sweet spots from your City Insider. Feel welcomed in this vast country by locals who’ll treat you as a long-lost friend.

Why book your CANADAbreak with Liberty Travel?

We understand every traveler is different and in search of unique experiences. When you book your CANADAbreak through Liberty Travel, you’ll work with a consultant who will design and plan your vacation as if it were their own, including every detail to ensure that it is nothing less than the perfect getaway. They’ll provide you with insightful advice based on personal experience and expertise, and will organize all the details of your trip. We offer hand-selected hotels, unique experiences, and exclusive services to destinations in Canada. With specialists available both here and at the destination, as well as 24/7 support throughout your trip, you can travel with confidence knowing we are here for you every step of the way. We understand the planning and travel process can be stressful, so let us take care of everything at no additional cost to you. The world is waiting to be discovered, and we want to help you explore it. Call us today at 1.800.863.5956 or visit us on the web at LibertyTravel.com. We can’t wait to assist you with your next getaway.

Liberty Travel — Connecting People and Places

WHAT’S INCLUDED WITH YOUR CANADABREAK? Unique to Liberty Travel, CANADAbreaks are amazing getaways to iconic Canadian cities. Your experience in each city is enhanced by the inclusion of a City Insider and thrilling sightseeing excursions. With each CANADAbreak you will receive: PERSONALIZED KEEPSAKE BOOKLET & DOCUMENT HOLDER: Prior to your departure, you’ll receive a booklet customized with your full itinerary, additional destination information, and insider benefit coupons for hundreds of dollars in savings towards everything from ground transportation, parking, and travel gadgets. INSIDER BENEFITS COUPONS: Liberty Travel has put together these exclusive discounts for you, valued up to $275 in savings. Use them before, during or after your vacation. FUTURE TRAVEL CREDIT: When you book a CANADAbreak, you’ll receive a $150 credit to put towards your next trip. LIBERTY TRAVEL PERSONAL CONCIERGE: A convenient smart phone app connects you with a team of professional concierges who can assist you with anything, anytime, from anywhere. 24/7 EMERGENCY TRAVEL CENTER PRIORITY ACCESS: Need immediate assistance while traveling? No problem, call our 24/7 emergency line. Your CANADAbreaks package grants you Priority Access, so we can assist you in no time.


Time is precious, and the hours you are on vacation are all the more so. Having a City Insider allows you to delve deeper into the hidden gems, bestkept secrets, and coveted spots that locals flock to. They make your destination personal in a way that makes you feel like they’re an old friend who knows exactly what you like. Once you’ve settled into your hotel, a City Insider, who lives in and loves the city you’re exploring, will meet you in the lobby or a nearby restaurant or cafe. To start, they will provide an overview of the city and its history, highlighting the fun facts and hidden characteristics that are not widely known or promoted. Next, you will head outside for a walk with your City Insider to absorb the neighborhood’s ambiance. Whether by foot, subway, or taxi, the City Insider will help you navigate the city’s transportation system and the best options for you to get where you need to be. Your City Insider will tell you where to go that’s trendy, tried and true, or a combination of both. They can even drop you off back at your hotel – or at one of the city’s best lunch spots! It all helps ensure that your vacation memories will be unforgettable. To explore all the wonders of Canada with the exclusive benefits of a City Insider, contact Liberty Travel today. Using passionate knowledge and personal experience, our expert consultants will create your personalized getaway to the Great White North. Call us at 1.800.863.5956 or visit one of our stores or LibertyTravel.com to start planning your CANADAbreaks package now.


Time is precious, and the hours you are on vacation are all the more so. Having a City Insider allows you to delve deeper into the hidden gems, bestkept secrets, and coveted spots that locals flock to. They make your destination personal in a way that makes you feel like they’re an old friend who knows exactly what you like. Once you’ve settled into your hotel, a City Insider, who lives in and loves the city you’re exploring, will meet you in the lobby or a nearby restaurant or cafe. To start, they will provide an overview of the city and its history, highlighting the fun facts and hidden characteristics that are not widely known or promoted. Next, you will head outside for a walk with your City Insider to absorb the neighborhood’s ambiance. Whether by foot, subway, or taxi, the City Insider will help you navigate the city’s transportation system and the best options for you to get where you need to be. Your City Insider will tell you where to go that’s trendy, tried and true, or a combination of both. They can even drop you off back at your hotel – or at one of the city’s best lunch spots! It all helps ensure that your vacation memories will be unforgettable. To explore all the wonders of Canada with the exclusive benefits of a City Insider, contact Liberty Travel today. Using passionate knowledge and personal experience, our expert consultants will create your personalized getaway to the Great White North. Call us at 1.800.863.5956 or visit one of our stores or LibertyTravel.com to start planning your CANADAbreaks package now.


NIAGARA FALLS Marvel at this natural wonder, which spills about 750,000 gallons of water every second, and the Hornblower boat ride will get you as close as possible to the deafening crash of these astounding falls. The actual water originates in the Great Lakes and, on its way to the Atlantic Ocean, takes this convenient—and majestic—pit stop at Niagara Falls, creating a sweet perk for your misty eyes.

SUGGESTED ITINERARY 4 days/3 nights

There’s plenty to do in the city besides getting splashed by awe-inspiring water. The picturesque yet quirky region also boasts stunning hiking trails, great dining options, and amazing attractions. Swing around the Niagara Skywheel, catching great glimpses of the Falls during the ride, or meet the stars at the Movieland Wax Museum. Dry off after visiting the Falls by going bowling, playing mini golf—in daylight or glowing in the dark—or even stand beside a replica statue of the tallest man who ever lived outside of the Guinness World Records Museum.

DAY 2: This is the moment you’ve been waiting for. Board the boat for the famous Hornblower Voyage to the Falls and be sure to wipe the mist from your eyes to catch the mesmerizing Falls. After, enjoy lunch at Elements on the Falls Restaurant where you can continue to gaze longingly at the gargantuan Horseshoe Falls just outside the restaurant’s floor-to-ceiling windows, adding a dash of wonder to your meal.

After some landmark fun, be sure to check out Niagara-on-the-Lake, a nearby town on Lake Ontario boasting over 20 wineries. Expect to be bedazzled at the resplendent Icewine Festival, an entire wine festival dedicated to that of the ice variety, a dessert wine produced from frozen grapes, a process concentrating the “young wine” and creating a much sweeter drink. See the spectacular falls and taste the region’s robust wines on your CANADAbreak. Speak to one of our knowledgeable consultants today at 1.800.863.5956, or visit one of our stores or LibertyTravel.com to get started planning your getaway in Niagara Falls now.

DAY 1: Arrive in Niagara Falls and meet your City Insider at your hotel or a local café. They will help you create the perfect itinerary for your stay and provide local insider tips. In the evening, feast at a local Italian restaurant in Clifton Hill recommended by your City Insider and then rest up for tomorrow and prepare to feast your eyes.

DAY 3: Your City Insider may suggest another day at the Falls because anything that nice is worth seeing twice! After another misty day filled with grandeur, uncork at Peller Estates Winery, just a 15-minute drive from Niagara Falls. A premier winery specializing in icewine, Peller Estates will provide coats and gloves to those interested in bundling up at the ice bar situated inside a completely frozen room. DAY 4: Get a bite to eat and listen to the Falls crashing one more time. Pinch yourself—your vacation and that waterfall were both real. Depart Niagara Falls dreamily.


NIAGARA FALLS Marvel at this natural wonder, which spills about 750,000 gallons of water every second, and the Hornblower boat ride will get you as close as possible to the deafening crash of these astounding falls. The actual water originates in the Great Lakes and, on its way to the Atlantic Ocean, takes this convenient—and majestic—pit stop at Niagara Falls, creating a sweet perk for your misty eyes.

SUGGESTED ITINERARY 4 days/3 nights

There’s plenty to do in the city besides getting splashed by awe-inspiring water. The picturesque yet quirky region also boasts stunning hiking trails, great dining options, and amazing attractions. Swing around the Niagara Skywheel, catching great glimpses of the Falls during the ride, or meet the stars at the Movieland Wax Museum. Dry off after visiting the Falls by going bowling, playing mini golf—in daylight or glowing in the dark—or even stand beside a replica statue of the tallest man who ever lived outside of the Guinness World Records Museum.

DAY 2: This is the moment you’ve been waiting for. Board the boat for the famous Hornblower Voyage to the Falls and be sure to wipe the mist from your eyes to catch the mesmerizing Falls. After, enjoy lunch at Elements on the Falls Restaurant where you can continue to gaze longingly at the gargantuan Horseshoe Falls just outside the restaurant’s floor-to-ceiling windows, adding a dash of wonder to your meal.

After some landmark fun, be sure to check out Niagara-on-the-Lake, a nearby town on Lake Ontario boasting over 20 wineries. Expect to be bedazzled at the resplendent Icewine Festival, an entire wine festival dedicated to that of the ice variety, a dessert wine produced from frozen grapes, a process concentrating the “young wine” and creating a much sweeter drink. See the spectacular falls and taste the region’s robust wines on your CANADAbreak. Speak to one of our knowledgeable consultants today at 1.800.863.5956, or visit one of our stores or LibertyTravel.com to get started planning your getaway in Niagara Falls now.

DAY 1: Arrive in Niagara Falls and meet your City Insider at your hotel or a local café. They will help you create the perfect itinerary for your stay and provide local insider tips. In the evening, feast at a local Italian restaurant in Clifton Hill recommended by your City Insider and then rest up for tomorrow and prepare to feast your eyes.

DAY 3: Your City Insider may suggest another day at the Falls because anything that nice is worth seeing twice! After another misty day filled with grandeur, uncork at Peller Estates Winery, just a 15-minute drive from Niagara Falls. A premier winery specializing in icewine, Peller Estates will provide coats and gloves to those interested in bundling up at the ice bar situated inside a completely frozen room. DAY 4: Get a bite to eat and listen to the Falls crashing one more time. Pinch yourself—your vacation and that waterfall were both real. Depart Niagara Falls dreamily.


MONTREAL Interested in an idyllic, cobblestone travel experience? Bienvenue! Montreal is the second largest French speaking city only after Paris, and its Parisian European manner makes for a quaint, comfortable, and cozy experience. Feel the cobblestone press on your soles as you check out Old Montreal where you’ll find cultural beacons like NotreDame Basilica, a grand Gothic Revival church built in the 1820s, or the Saint-Sulpice Seminary, one of the city’s oldest buildings, dating back to 1685. Once enclosed by thick walls—for, you know, protection from any potential crusades or things of that nature—Old Montreal is now open to all, the historical buff and the average sightseer. There are also innumerable outdoor cafés and dining options, not to mention great street performers and more cobblestone roads than you’ll be able to walk. If you’re after a more latter-day experience, Montreal also meets those needs. With a plethora of modern art galleries, a spirited nightlife, a jazz fest, elaborate biking trails, and plenty of great shopping—from large department stores to smaller boutiques—modern Montreal has it all. You can also pick your slope to ski, as Montreal is obviously home to some magnificent monts. Whether exploring the old or the new, your stay in Montreal will be downhill easy-riding with the knowledge and expertise of a Liberty Travel consultant. Contact us at 1.800.863.5956, or visit one of our stores or LibertyTravel.com to talk to one of our consultants about discovering the urban paradise of Montreal with a CANADAbreak now.

SUGGESTED ITINERARY 4 days/3 nights DAY 1: Arrive in Montreal and meet your City Insider at your hotel or a local cafe. They will help you create the perfect itinerary for your stay as well as provide local insider tips. In the evening, venture to Montreal’s Mile End for a dinner recommendation made by your City Insider. From tea rooms to bagels to vegan eateries, the ten-block Mile End district is a foodie’s paradise. DAY 2: With more than 200 points of interest, Montreal offers incredible sights like the Notre-Dame Basilica, with breathtaking interior decoration; Olympic Park, which was built for the 1976 Olympic Games; and St. Joseph’s Oratory, a basilica that sits on top of Mount Royale and has the second largest dome in the world. Take a city tour to see some of these must-see attractions and then eat on Crescent Street, in the heart of the city. Stop by the worldrenowned McGill University before exploring the historic Forum, where the Montreal Canadiens played for more than seven decades. DAY 3: Start your day with a relaxed bike tour that takes you through some of the pedestrianized areas of Montreal, like the Latin Quarter, La Fontaine Park, and into the Victorian-built Golden Square Mile. Then swing through the business district and finish in the Old City. Montreal’s nightlife has something for everyone: microbreweries, jazz bars, clubs, rooftop bars, and everything in between. DAY 4: Take it slow this morning with a typical Montreal bagel breakfast with cream cheese, smoked salmon, and capers. Don’t feel the need to wax nostalgic just yet on your stay here—you have a lot to absorb! Depart Montreal in high esprit.


MONTREAL Interested in an idyllic, cobblestone travel experience? Bienvenue! Montreal is the second largest French speaking city only after Paris, and its Parisian European manner makes for a quaint, comfortable, and cozy experience. Feel the cobblestone press on your soles as you check out Old Montreal where you’ll find cultural beacons like NotreDame Basilica, a grand Gothic Revival church built in the 1820s, or the Saint-Sulpice Seminary, one of the city’s oldest buildings, dating back to 1685. Once enclosed by thick walls—for, you know, protection from any potential crusades or things of that nature—Old Montreal is now open to all, the historical buff and the average sightseer. There are also innumerable outdoor cafés and dining options, not to mention great street performers and more cobblestone roads than you’ll be able to walk. If you’re after a more latter-day experience, Montreal also meets those needs. With a plethora of modern art galleries, a spirited nightlife, a jazz fest, elaborate biking trails, and plenty of great shopping—from large department stores to smaller boutiques—modern Montreal has it all. You can also pick your slope to ski, as Montreal is obviously home to some magnificent monts. Whether exploring the old or the new, your stay in Montreal will be downhill easy-riding with the knowledge and expertise of a Liberty Travel consultant. Contact us at 1.800.863.5956, or visit one of our stores or LibertyTravel.com to talk to one of our consultants about discovering the urban paradise of Montreal with a CANADAbreak now.

SUGGESTED ITINERARY 4 days/3 nights DAY 1: Arrive in Montreal and meet your City Insider at your hotel or a local cafe. They will help you create the perfect itinerary for your stay as well as provide local insider tips. In the evening, venture to Montreal’s Mile End for a dinner recommendation made by your City Insider. From tea rooms to bagels to vegan eateries, the ten-block Mile End district is a foodie’s paradise. DAY 2: With more than 200 points of interest, Montreal offers incredible sights like the Notre-Dame Basilica, with breathtaking interior decoration; Olympic Park, which was built for the 1976 Olympic Games; and St. Joseph’s Oratory, a basilica that sits on top of Mount Royale and has the second largest dome in the world. Take a city tour to see some of these must-see attractions and then eat on Crescent Street, in the heart of the city. Stop by the worldrenowned McGill University before exploring the historic Forum, where the Montreal Canadiens played for more than seven decades. DAY 3: Start your day with a relaxed bike tour that takes you through some of the pedestrianized areas of Montreal, like the Latin Quarter, La Fontaine Park, and into the Victorian-built Golden Square Mile. Then swing through the business district and finish in the Old City. Montreal’s nightlife has something for everyone: microbreweries, jazz bars, clubs, rooftop bars, and everything in between. DAY 4: Take it slow this morning with a typical Montreal bagel breakfast with cream cheese, smoked salmon, and capers. Don’t feel the need to wax nostalgic just yet on your stay here—you have a lot to absorb! Depart Montreal in high esprit.


QUÉBEC CITY Be swept away by the splendor of Québec City and test your French in North America’s own piece of Parisian paradise. Reminiscent of Europe in architecture and demeanor, Québec city has the charm of a 17th-century village with modern urban opulence and natural sights that harmonize to create a unique atmosphere that’s distinctly its own. Stroll the walled cobblestone streets of Old Québec, stopping to shop for the pièce de résistance of your budding art collection on La rue du Trésor or searching for the best angle to capture the castle-esque Château Frontenac, the most photographed hotel in the world. Canada has always been recognized as an outdoor-enthusiast utopia, and Québec City offers its own natural adventures. Feel as though you’ve left the city while you explore historical sites in National Battlefields Park, one of the world’s largest city parks. Venture out of city limits to visit picturesque Montmorency Falls or hike to the top of Le Massif de Charlevoix. To truly experience Québec City, visit in the winter when it really comes alive. Along with skiing, snowmobiling, and ice skating comes one-of-a-kind opportunities such as dogsled rides and snow slide races during Québec Winter Carnival. Explore all the cultural and natural wonders of North America’s own Europe with a CANADAbreak. Talk to a knowledgeable Travel Consultant at 1.800.863.5956, or visit one of our stores or LibertyTravel.com and get excited to experience gorgeous Québec City now.

SUGGESTED ITINERARY 4 days/3 nights DAY 1: Arrive in Québec City and meet with your City Insider, a local who introduces you to the city and reveals its well-kept secrets and hidden gems while personally showing you around the neighborhood. For dinner, they recommend a restaurant in the trendy Saint-Roch district serving traditional Québec cuisine. DAY 2: Spend the day in Old Québec and get lost along the cobblestone streets and 17th-century buildings. As an UNESCO World Heritage Site, this charming quarter feels like Europe with quaint boutiques, delightful bistros, and talented artists and performers. For the best views, stroll along the Fortification of Québec, a three-mile trek around the only walled city north of Mexico. Be sure to stop at Old Québec’s very own castle Château Frontenac. DAY 3: Your trip would not be complete without experiencing the natural wonders that surround the city, so your travel consultant arranged a special tour. Join your fellow adventurers as you explore the scenic Charlevoix Region on your way to an exciting whale watching expedition. DAY 4: Leave the adventurer behind—just for now—and rest up this morning with brunch or a laid-back breakfast at a local café. And if you haven’t had tourtière yet—a meat pie originating in Quebec—have it before you leave. Better yet—even if you had it, have it again. Depart Quebec City, full of food and experience.


QUÉBEC CITY Be swept away by the splendor of Québec City and test your French in North America’s own piece of Parisian paradise. Reminiscent of Europe in architecture and demeanor, Québec city has the charm of a 17th-century village with modern urban opulence and natural sights that harmonize to create a unique atmosphere that’s distinctly its own. Stroll the walled cobblestone streets of Old Québec, stopping to shop for the pièce de résistance of your budding art collection on La rue du Trésor or searching for the best angle to capture the castle-esque Château Frontenac, the most photographed hotel in the world. Canada has always been recognized as an outdoor-enthusiast utopia, and Québec City offers its own natural adventures. Feel as though you’ve left the city while you explore historical sites in National Battlefields Park, one of the world’s largest city parks. Venture out of city limits to visit picturesque Montmorency Falls or hike to the top of Le Massif de Charlevoix. To truly experience Québec City, visit in the winter when it really comes alive. Along with skiing, snowmobiling, and ice skating comes one-of-a-kind opportunities such as dogsled rides and snow slide races during Québec Winter Carnival. Explore all the cultural and natural wonders of North America’s own Europe with a CANADAbreak. Talk to a knowledgeable Travel Consultant at 1.800.863.5956, or visit one of our stores or LibertyTravel.com and get excited to experience gorgeous Québec City now.

SUGGESTED ITINERARY 4 days/3 nights DAY 1: Arrive in Québec City and meet with your City Insider, a local who introduces you to the city and reveals its well-kept secrets and hidden gems while personally showing you around the neighborhood. For dinner, they recommend a restaurant in the trendy Saint-Roch district serving traditional Québec cuisine. DAY 2: Spend the day in Old Québec and get lost along the cobblestone streets and 17th-century buildings. As an UNESCO World Heritage Site, this charming quarter feels like Europe with quaint boutiques, delightful bistros, and talented artists and performers. For the best views, stroll along the Fortification of Québec, a three-mile trek around the only walled city north of Mexico. Be sure to stop at Old Québec’s very own castle Château Frontenac. DAY 3: Your trip would not be complete without experiencing the natural wonders that surround the city, so your travel consultant arranged a special tour. Join your fellow adventurers as you explore the scenic Charlevoix Region on your way to an exciting whale watching expedition. DAY 4: Leave the adventurer behind—just for now—and rest up this morning with brunch or a laid-back breakfast at a local café. And if you haven’t had tourtière yet—a meat pie originating in Quebec—have it before you leave. Better yet—even if you had it, have it again. Depart Quebec City, full of food and experience.


TORONTO If getting up close and personal with one of the largest waterfalls in the world isn’t exciting enough, head over to Toronto and stand over 1,000 feet in the air with nothing but a view keeping you from falling. Stand boldly on the CN Tower’s glass floor and gape at just how mesmerizing the views actually are. Once you get your stomach back, head over to 360, the CN Tower’s restaurant. This revolving restaurant features a delectable menu, great seafood, the highest wine cellar in the world, and a great staff making sure the experience always revolves around you.

SUGGESTED ITINERARY 4 days/3 nights

The Kensington Market is a good place to come back down to earth. Toronto’s version of a bazaar, here you can find anything from vintage T-shirts, vegan baked goods, organic fruits and vegetables, and vinyl records, and it’s certainly your stop for trinkets, Halloween costumes, jewelry, and other assortments. There are also cafés, barbershops, bars, beer halls, and butcher shops. Stretch your legs out in the Distillery District as well, an historic Toronto neighborhood with great dining, shopping, special events, and an impressive amount of culture.

DAY 2: Head to Harbourfront! Visit the CN Tower where you can strap on a harness and lean out from the CN Tower’s EdgeWalk for insane views of Toronto 116 stories up. After, hop on the ferry to Toronto Island and make sure you take photos—this is the best skyline picture you’ll get! Grab lunch at one of the restaurants that dot the Harbourfront. In the afternoon, head to Corktown to gaze at old architecture, or drift over to St. Lawrence Market and the boutiques of the Distillery District.

With great theaters, art studios, and even an opera house, singing the praises of Toronto is easy, and booking a CANADAbreak is even easier. Contact one of our knowledgeable consultants at 1.800.863.5956, or visit one of our stores or LibertyTravel.com to start planning your Toronto CANADAbreak now.

DAY 1: Arrive in Toronto and meet your City Insider at your hotel or a local café. They will help you create the perfect itinerary for your stay as well as provide local insider tips. In the evening, venture to Bloor Yorkville, a shopping mecca in Toronto with more than 700 restaurants, boutiques, and hotels. Your City Insider will show you where to roll for some sushi, barbecue, gourmet cheesecakes, or even Vietnamese cuisine while wandering the historic and upscale neighborhood with numerous designer stores, from Chanel to Prada to Dolce & Gabbana.

DAY 3: This morning, your Travel Consultant has booked you on a very cool Multicultural Kensington Chinatown Tour. Learn how the neighborhood evolved from a working-class Jewish market into a bohemian area and one of Canada’s largest Chinese communities. You’ll certainly want to hang around Kensington Market on your own after the tour to pick up vintage souvenirs or gifts. There are then plenty of restaurants and bars to keep you here into the night! DAY 4: Try and stuff everything you bought at the Kensington Market into your bags. If you were smart, you purchased a vintage duffle while you were there. Put your bags down at a quiet café and get some eggs Florentine into your system. Depart Toronto—but don’t forget your bags!

EdgeWalk at the CN Tower


TORONTO If getting up close and personal with one of the largest waterfalls in the world isn’t exciting enough, head over to Toronto and stand over 1,000 feet in the air with nothing but a view keeping you from falling. Stand boldly on the CN Tower’s glass floor and gape at just how mesmerizing the views actually are. Once you get your stomach back, head over to 360, the CN Tower’s restaurant. This revolving restaurant features a delectable menu, great seafood, the highest wine cellar in the world, and a great staff making sure the experience always revolves around you.

SUGGESTED ITINERARY 4 days/3 nights

The Kensington Market is a good place to come back down to earth. Toronto’s version of a bazaar, here you can find anything from vintage T-shirts, vegan baked goods, organic fruits and vegetables, and vinyl records, and it’s certainly your stop for trinkets, Halloween costumes, jewelry, and other assortments. There are also cafés, barbershops, bars, beer halls, and butcher shops. Stretch your legs out in the Distillery District as well, an historic Toronto neighborhood with great dining, shopping, special events, and an impressive amount of culture.

DAY 2: Head to Harbourfront! Visit the CN Tower where you can strap on a harness and lean out from the CN Tower’s EdgeWalk for insane views of Toronto 116 stories up. After, hop on the ferry to Toronto Island and make sure you take photos—this is the best skyline picture you’ll get! Grab lunch at one of the restaurants that dot the Harbourfront. In the afternoon, head to Corktown to gaze at old architecture, or drift over to St. Lawrence Market and the boutiques of the Distillery District.

With great theaters, art studios, and even an opera house, singing the praises of Toronto is easy, and booking a CANADAbreak is even easier. Contact one of our knowledgeable consultants at 1.800.863.5956, or visit one of our stores or LibertyTravel.com to start planning your Toronto CANADAbreak now.

DAY 1: Arrive in Toronto and meet your City Insider at your hotel or a local café. They will help you create the perfect itinerary for your stay as well as provide local insider tips. In the evening, venture to Bloor Yorkville, a shopping mecca in Toronto with more than 700 restaurants, boutiques, and hotels. Your City Insider will show you where to roll for some sushi, barbecue, gourmet cheesecakes, or even Vietnamese cuisine while wandering the historic and upscale neighborhood with numerous designer stores, from Chanel to Prada to Dolce & Gabbana.

DAY 3: This morning, your Travel Consultant has booked you on a very cool Multicultural Kensington Chinatown Tour. Learn how the neighborhood evolved from a working-class Jewish market into a bohemian area and one of Canada’s largest Chinese communities. You’ll certainly want to hang around Kensington Market on your own after the tour to pick up vintage souvenirs or gifts. There are then plenty of restaurants and bars to keep you here into the night! DAY 4: Try and stuff everything you bought at the Kensington Market into your bags. If you were smart, you purchased a vintage duffle while you were there. Put your bags down at a quiet café and get some eggs Florentine into your system. Depart Toronto—but don’t forget your bags!

EdgeWalk at the CN Tower


VANCOUVER Vancouverites have long known why their beautiful city is regularly listed among the world’s most livable urban areas. Simply put, few cities are as clean, friendly, multicultural, modern, active, walkable, and exciting. It’s Canada’s version of West Coast Cool. The central attraction is 1,000-acre Stanley Park, where you’ll find the English-style Rose Garden, First Nations totem poles, and beaches. Cobblestone streets and Victorian architecture make historic Gastown a must-visit, with its great shopping and roaring nightlife. The city is also a foodie paradise. Have brunch in downtown Vancouver, then ski the slopes of Grouse Mountain, just 15 minutes away. And don’t miss the breathtaking Capilano Suspension Bridge, hanging 230 feet above the Capilano River. Home to the 2010 Winter Olympics, the awesome mountain resort town of Whistler has earned its lifetime bragging rights with North America’s largest ski terrain and highest vertical drop. Fire up a snowmobile and traverse the groomed trails, frozen lakes, and remote wilderness between Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains, then soar over the glacial streams and rugged terrain of the picturesque forest valley via a zip-line adventure. Not sure where to start your West Coast adventure? Speak to one of our professional Travel Consultants at 1.800.863.5956, or visit one of our stores or LibertyTravel.com to start planning your Vancouver CANADAbreak now.

SUGGESTED ITINERARY 4 days/3 nights DAY 1: Arrive in Vancouver and meet your City Insider at your hotel or a local cafe. They will help you create the perfect itinerary for your stay as well as provide local insider tips. In the evening, venture to Vancouver’s Chinatown. There is plenty of authentic cuisine, including dim sum, and your City Insider has suggested the best spot. DAY 2: Head to Granville Island’s Public Market, filled with fresh produce, cheese, baked goods, and flowers. Create your own picnic and ferry to nearby Vanier Park. Head back to Granville Island for a night filled with live entertainment. Here you can choose from a cluster of community theatres, including The Arts Club Theatre Co., the largest company in Western Canada. DAY 3: Vancouver’s North Shore is home to the Coast Mountains. Start early and head to Grouse Mountain on a gondola ride to the peak. In summer, Skyride gondola tickets include access to lumberjack shows, alpine hiking, movie presentations and a grizzly-bear refuge. Enjoy lunch at one of the restaurants and cafes on the mountain. Then head to Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, home of the swaying 450-foot suspension bridge and the Cliffwalk, a cantilevered walkway jutting out over the canyon. Find dinner at the waterfront Olympic Village neighborhood, home to the athletes during the 2010 Olympic Winter Games and host to the CRAFT Beer Market. With over 100 beers on tap, this is a great place to sample some of the city’s best drinks. DAY 4: Satiate that morning hunger by eating like an Olympian! Depart Vancouver full of life.


VANCOUVER Vancouverites have long known why their beautiful city is regularly listed among the world’s most livable urban areas. Simply put, few cities are as clean, friendly, multicultural, modern, active, walkable, and exciting. It’s Canada’s version of West Coast Cool. The central attraction is 1,000-acre Stanley Park, where you’ll find the English-style Rose Garden, First Nations totem poles, and beaches. Cobblestone streets and Victorian architecture make historic Gastown a must-visit, with its great shopping and roaring nightlife. The city is also a foodie paradise. Have brunch in downtown Vancouver, then ski the slopes of Grouse Mountain, just 15 minutes away. And don’t miss the breathtaking Capilano Suspension Bridge, hanging 230 feet above the Capilano River. Home to the 2010 Winter Olympics, the awesome mountain resort town of Whistler has earned its lifetime bragging rights with North America’s largest ski terrain and highest vertical drop. Fire up a snowmobile and traverse the groomed trails, frozen lakes, and remote wilderness between Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains, then soar over the glacial streams and rugged terrain of the picturesque forest valley via a zip-line adventure. Not sure where to start your West Coast adventure? Speak to one of our professional Travel Consultants at 1.800.863.5956, or visit one of our stores or LibertyTravel.com to start planning your Vancouver CANADAbreak now.

SUGGESTED ITINERARY 4 days/3 nights DAY 1: Arrive in Vancouver and meet your City Insider at your hotel or a local cafe. They will help you create the perfect itinerary for your stay as well as provide local insider tips. In the evening, venture to Vancouver’s Chinatown. There is plenty of authentic cuisine, including dim sum, and your City Insider has suggested the best spot. DAY 2: Head to Granville Island’s Public Market, filled with fresh produce, cheese, baked goods, and flowers. Create your own picnic and ferry to nearby Vanier Park. Head back to Granville Island for a night filled with live entertainment. Here you can choose from a cluster of community theatres, including The Arts Club Theatre Co., the largest company in Western Canada. DAY 3: Vancouver’s North Shore is home to the Coast Mountains. Start early and head to Grouse Mountain on a gondola ride to the peak. In summer, Skyride gondola tickets include access to lumberjack shows, alpine hiking, movie presentations and a grizzly-bear refuge. Enjoy lunch at one of the restaurants and cafes on the mountain. Then head to Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, home of the swaying 450-foot suspension bridge and the Cliffwalk, a cantilevered walkway jutting out over the canyon. Find dinner at the waterfront Olympic Village neighborhood, home to the athletes during the 2010 Olympic Winter Games and host to the CRAFT Beer Market. With over 100 beers on tap, this is a great place to sample some of the city’s best drinks. DAY 4: Satiate that morning hunger by eating like an Olympian! Depart Vancouver full of life.


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