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Toronto & Boston

Overview

Explore one of Canada’s most exciting cities, Toronto, with world class shopping, excellent restaurants and exciting attractions including the CN Tower – one of Canada’s most iconic structures.

Combine this with Boston, one of the oldest and most culturally rich cities in the USA. Visit the Cheers bar – made famous by the TV series of the same name, and walk the Freedom Trail – a pedestrian pathway that weaves in and out of historic neighbourhoods, taking you back to the revolutionary era. For the culturally inclined there are world-class museums including the John F Kennedy Library and the Museum of Fine Arts.

Toronto 3 nights and Boston 3 nights

What's included

• 3 nights in the 4* Sheraton Centre, Toronto on a room only basis

• 3 nights in the Loews Back Bay Hotel on a room only basis

• Transfers to and from the airport in Toronto and Boston

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Daily departures throughout the year

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At a glance


  • 3 nights in Toronto
  • 3 nights in Boston
  • Transfers to and from the airport
  • Excludes transatlantic flights

Why book with American Affair


  • Expert Knowledge
  • 20 Years Travel Experience
  • ATOL & IATA Protected
  • Tailor Made Holidays

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Winner of British Travel Awards 2016

Silver award for Best Holiday Company to Canada (Large)


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We are members of ATOL, ABTA and IATA.

from £549 per person

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At a glance


  • 3 nights in Toronto
  • 3 nights in Boston
  • Transfers to and from the airport
  • Excludes transatlantic flights

Why book with American Affair


  • Expert Knowledge
  • 20 Years Travel Experience
  • ATOL & IATA Protected
  • Tailor Made Holidays

Trusted travel partner


Winner of British Travel Awards 2016

Silver award for Best Holiday Company to Canada (Large)


Fully Protected

We are members of ATOL, ABTA and IATA.

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