Absolutely New York & Toronto  

Skyscraper cities

Experience Toronto’s Canadian charms before darting over to dazzling NYC.

Both of these giant cities flaunt distinct neighbourhoods that’ll draw you in – from Toronto’s fabulous Kensington Market to New York’s glittering Manhattan. Spend enough time in Toronto to get to know the city and head to Niagara Falls before jetting over the border to New York, where you can compare and contrast these two world-class metropolises.

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6 nights
Toronto, New York

Seeing two cosmopolitan cities in one sensational trip.

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On the shores of Lake Ontario

You’ll arrive in Toronto eager to explore this fantastic metropolis. Spend a few days orientating yourself, getting to know Yorkville, the Entertainment District, and The Annex. Then, you’ll fly over the US border to NYC on a flight that takes less than two hours.

What to do in Toronto

Tour Toronto

Take a private city tour or join a City Sightseeing Hop-Off Hop-Off tour that shows you all the major sights on a double-decker bus and a harbour cruise. Pay a visit to Niagara Falls on a full-day excursion where you’ll see the cascades from a boat, then wander the pretty streets of Niagara-on-the-Lake.

Where to stay in Toronto

The hotels to know

If you’re eyeing a shopping trip, basing yourself at the Chelsea Hotel puts you in a convenient location. However, Fairmont Royal York is almost unbeatable for storied style, whereas Hotel X Toronto by Library Hotel Collections raises things in the style stakes and boasts a fantastic rooftop pool.

New York

Fly to the USA

After you touchdown in New York, you’ll be keen to get your explorations underway. Opt for The New York Pass, and you’ll get access to dozens of attractions, including the Big Bus Classic Tour, neighbourhood walking tours, and entrance to some of the city’s best skyscraper observatories.

Fifth Avenue, New York City

What to do in New York

Find your favourite neighbourhood

There’s so much more to NYC than Midtown! Cross the bridge to explore the streets (and pizza) of Brooklyn, discover NYC’s newest neighbourhood whisking skywards to the top of The Edge at Hudson Yards, and take a stroll around the beautiful streets of the Upper East Side. Or perhaps you’ll love the cobbled streets of the Meatpacking District or the sense of history around the Lower East Side best?

Where to stay in New York

Midtown… or beyond?

There are plenty of hotels in Midtown, and choosing a base on or around Times Square is often a first choice if New York is new to you. But it’s easy to get around the city, so you could consider a hotel in a different neighbourhood for a glimpse into another side of the city away from the well-trodden tourist trails.