UNFORGETABLE FLY-DRIVE HOLIDAYS
Quebec City, Mount Tremblant and Toronto - the opportunities are endless with fly-drive holidays in Montreal.
Book your car hire with British Airways - in partnership with Avis - and enjoy these great benefits:
British Airways car hire, in partnership with Avis, includes all of the mandatory charges that you'll need to drive away your car in Montreal.
• Unlimited mileage
• 24–hour customer support and roadside assistance
• Collect Avios on every rental
• Free additional driver for Executive Club members worldwide
Get more for your money on fly-drive holidays in Montreal – explore at your own pace and take advantage of the fantastic benefits when you book car hire with British Airways, in partnership with Avis.
Embark on an unforgettable road trip and see the sights that surround magnificent Montreal – there is so much to discover. Visit Quebec City with its fascinating history, captivating culture and incredible outdoor activities. Or spectacular Mont-Tremblant, which is surrounded by lush forests and breathtaking views. If you have more days to play with, add on a few days in Toronto or Boston, which are both approximately six hours away.
About three hours from Montreal, Quebec City is the capital of Quebec. The Old Town is a UNESCO world heritage site and offers many small boutiques and colonial buildings and a stone wall built by the British and French. Quebec’s official language is French and it is home to Chateau Frontenac, a beautiful French architecture hotel. Explore the stunning Plains of Abraham nearby or walk along the boardwalk for views of the St Lawrence River.
Take a drive to the Canadian capital, the multilingual hub of Ottawa. Its most popular attraction is Parliament Hill, a gothic style building and the house of the Canadian parliament. Ottawa is home to many museums, including for science and technology, war and of nature. Try one of the great walking tours and cyclists will love Gatineau Park, just over the river. Ottawa is home to a UNESCO world heritage site, the Rideau canal and the ByWard Market is the main area for nightlife.
Canada’s largest city has a wealth of things to do. The main attraction is the staggering CN tower, a great way to see the city from above. Explore one of the local farmers markets in season, or head to the Distillery District for food and drinks. Canada’s wonderland is a large theme park outside of the city, perfect for kids with over 200 rides. Toronto is well known for its film festival and comedy and is also an hour and a half from the famous Niagara Falls.
Take a leisurely route and stop off in Barre, Montpelier, Manchester or Bear Brook state park on route. Boston offers a plethora of museums, historical sights and is located on the Charles River. Dine on a fine selection of seafood including clam chowder. Explore the Back Bay, an upscale area of Boston with fine shops and fine dining. Boston also contains lots of history of the American Revolution, such as the USS Constitution, perfect for history buffs.
This small village is famous for its ski resort. Located in the Laurentian mountain range, Mont-Tremblant ("Trembling mountain" in French) is surrounded by lush boreal forest and breath-taking views. Despite being a ski resort, in recent years, Mont-Tremblant has become a popular getaway for tourists and locals alike, whether in winter or in summer.
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