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See Canada’s Autumn Colours for €415 with Air Transat

See Canada’s Autumn Colours for €415 with Air Transat

Air Transat is offering return flights from Dublin to Toronto or Montreal in Canada from €415 on selected flights in October 2016 when booked between 5th and 12th August.

Some of the best places to see the beautiful autumn colours in all their glory include:

Don Valley Hills, Toronto

One of Toronto’s Discovery Walks, a programme of self-guided walks across the city, the Don Valley Hills and Dales walk will take you on a variety of long or short treks away from city traffic and along the Don River Valley. All the prepared trails are suitable for family use.

Algonquin Park, Ontario

Within close proximity to Toronto, this park of forests, lakes and rivers offers the opportunity to see autumn foliage by foot or canoe. Maple trees are at their best at the end September / October, whereas the aspens, tamaracks and red oaks reach their peak in the middle of October.

Montreal, Quebec

There are many places to view the autumn colours in Montreal, from the top of Parc du Mont Royal in the middle of the city, to the Montreal Botanical Garden where the annual lantern festival (2nd September – 31st October) coincides with the city’s autumn foliage season. Alternatively, just a short drive north of Montreal are the Laurentian Mountains, which offer one of the most spectacular views of red, orange and yellow leaves displayed by a variety of different tree species.

All Air Transat flights include a 23kg allowance for checked baggage, meals and soft drinks onboard, plus inflight entertainment.

Air Transat offers flexible Eco fares, allowing passengers to make changes for free up to the day of departure. Passengers can also book Option Plus for more Economy Class benefits, or upgrade to Club Class, a separate cabin Premium Economy service.

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NEIL STEEDMAN has been a trade journalist, copywriter, editor and proofreader for 50 years, and News & Features Editor for ‘Irish Travel Trade News’ for the past 40 years.

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