Moving across Canada, I have always challenged people to think differently. Canadians about their own country. Fellow travellers about their options. “So why not take the train for travelling further East?” – “The train .. You mean #VIARail?” – “Yes! I have taken ‘The Canadian‘ all the way across Western Canada, from Vancouver to Winnipeg via the Rocky Mountains, and it has been one outstanding adventure of a kind. This time, let’s see what ‘The Corridor’ heading on East from Toronto has to offer ..!”
The Corridor, I am told, runs all the way from Toronto to the Maritime Provinces in the East of Canada. It is a superb option for international travellers like myself, what with several departures a day so as to easily, and conveniently, make your way from Toronto, to Ottawa, Montréal, and beyond. In my case, we have even included a beautiful stint at Prince Edward County, getting off the #VIARAil train in Belleville just a good hour’s train ride east of Toronto: Easy to connect if you are flexible around different departure times.
So what’s in a train ride in (Eastern) Canada? Travelling Business Class, you get free WiFi, #winelover delights & beautiful food thrown into your train ride.
I have also produced a travel video that highlights some of my travel adventures in Western Canada, all the way from Vancouver to the vast open plains east of the Rocky Mountains. A fascinating, funky take on what has truly been a life-changing journey. Enjoy with sound & smile 🙂
Disclaimer: I have been supported by VIA Rail on this train trip across Eastern Canada. All opinions are my own.