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Sample the top Toronto sights during this comprehensive tour with a small group. Travel with no more than 11 guests as you explore landmarks like the sky-high CN Tower (including an obligatory observation deck visit) and the mysterious Casa Loma gothic castle before enjoying a scenic harbor boat cruise with great views of the Toronto skyline. Visits to other Toronto attractions including St. Lawrence Market, Queen's Park, and much more as well as round-trip hotel transport, and skip-the-line entrance.
Avoid the stress of navigating Toronto on your own aboard a hop-on hop-off bus pass, valid for 48 hours. Buses are equipped with audio commentary and stop at a number of popular destinations, including the St. Lawrence Market, Art Gallery of Ontario, and Distillery District. Take in views rarely seen by visitors from the top of double-decker bus and from your complimentary, seasonal harborfront cruise.
See the spectacular Niagara Falls on a day trip from Toronto, and spend the day exploring the scenery, history, and locally-produced wines. This fun, flexible tour combines independent time at Niagara Falls with guided stops at the Niagara Whirlpool Rapids and the Niagara Parkway, plus a pause to stroll through pretty Niagara-on-the-Lake. With pickup and drop-off at select downtown Toronto hotels, a central meeting point in Mississauga, or Pearson Airport. Group size is limited for more personal service, and the day includes a Niagara Wine Region wine tasting.
Pair history with food tastings, and you have this entertaining walking tour in Old Toronto and the St. Lawrence Market. A guide takes you through the market to a variety of vendors to sample delicacies, such as Jewish bagels, Ukrainian pierogies, Portuguese treats, Indian candy, local cheeses, and the peameal bacon sandwich—enjoyed by chef-celebrities such as Guy Fieri, Emeril Lagasse, and Anthony Bourdain. Along the way, hear about Toronto’s abolitionist movement, the clown riots, and the underground whiskey tunnel during prohibition.
Discover the excitement of Canada’s largest city aboard a double-decker bus on this hop-on hop-off Toronto sightseeing tour. With your 2-day pass, design a personal itinerary with more than 20 possible attractions along the city route like the Royal Ontario Museum, Casa Loma, the Entertainment District and more. Enjoy unobstructed views and onboard commentary, and hop off any time you’d like.
Simply the best, most diverse, and customizable eating tour offered in Toronto.Hop in our private luxury SUV to see the sights of Toronto while enjoying the best eats the city has to offer. Your guide will take you not only to see some of the city’s most famous locations, but also show you unique ethnic pockets of the city, local hangouts, and some well-hidden gems. This is the perfect way to start your trip, get a feel for the city, and get local suggestions on food, drink, and all things Toronto.
Our signature six-hour curated day tours bring together everything that makes Toronto great. The city's most dynamic neighbourhoods, iconic landmarks, cultural site, culinary treasures and more await. From Parkdale's west-side grit to the Junction's eclectic charm, from swanky Yorkville to easygoing Riverside, the 'Best Of Toronto' itinerary is continuously updated to reflect the city's ever-changing character. An excellent option for the travellers looking to experience authentic Toronto's highlights and good food & drink. With luxury private transportation we will pick you up from your hotel and include coffee/tea, lunch and a selection of tastings and bevy’s from some of Toronto’s great gems.
Taste your way through Kensington Market, home to one of the most diverse food scenes in Toronto. Visitors are often overwhelmed by choice if exploring alone. Instead, join a guide and head straight to the area’s best eateries, where you skip notoriously long lines to sample at least 6 international cuisines—from Tibetan momos to Jamaican patties.
Take a journey through over 300 years of Toronto history, seeing how this city went from a small muddy frontier fort to becoming the cultural and financial capital of Canada.Walk in the footsteps of First Nation trading paths, Bay Street bankers, and the heart of the downtown quarter as you gaze up at the CN Tower. End the tour at the world famous St. Lawrence Market in time for lunch, grab a peameal bacon sandwich, and learn why Toronto got the nickname “Hogtown.”
Get to know the best of Toronto on this guided, 3.5-hour bike tour. Learn about the history, culture and architecture of the largest city in Canada, along with some of its fascinating stories and facts. Ride through the bustling downtown district as well a few scenic areas off the beaten path. This tour includes the sights and sounds of the CN Tower, Chinatown, Kensington Market, the Hockey Hall of Fame, Toronto City Hall and much more. Use of a bike and helmet, plus granola bars and water are included.
Starting out in the historical Distillery District this small group tour will guide you through some of the heritage of ‘Spirits’ in Toronto before exploring three of the top Unique Bars our fine city has to offer. Discover Toronto's contribution to spirits in North America. Your guide will show you some of the best secret Distillery District spots and downtown historic sites to create unforgettable memories.Toronto has many unique bars so our guides have hand selected some of the most exclusive and low key options to give you a remarkable experience. You’ll begin by stepping into an exotic plush Eastern Europe bar and sipping on the best vodka cocktails in Toronto as the sun sets.The next bar is a well hidden escape from outside world. While trying the cocktails you can also have fun at their game room ! Our final stop is the best-stocked bar in Toronto, here you can try some of the top mixologist offerings and the most beautifully presented cocktails found in Canada.
With luxury private transportation we will pick you up from your hotel and help you discover Toronto's roots on this three-hour tour that traces the city's beginnings as York, the second capital of Upper Canada, and charts its journey into the multicultural metropolis it is today. Explore the St-Lawrence Market, rated as one of the best market in the World. Then step back in time as head over to the Distillery district where you can perfectly imagine thriving the whiskey production of the 1850’s. We will end the tour by hunting for treasure at Kensington Market, one of Toronto's more eccentric neighbourhoods. We include tasting of local delicacies throughout the tour for a complete Toronto experience of the city.
Sample the diverse flavors of North America’s favorite comfort food on this pizza-tasting tour in Toronto. Follow your guide through the vibrant neighborhoods of Chinatown, Kensington Market, and Little Italy, and enjoy fresh pizza in six different cafes and restaurants along the way. Taste Italian-style pizza from traditional wood-fired and modern gas ovens, and learn of the pizza-making recipes the local chefs follow—from dough and sauces to tasty toppings.
Maximize your time in Ottawa and Gatineau on a whirlwind sightseeing tour by land and water in an amphibious vehicle! Aboard the outrageous "amphibus," pass main city attractions like Parliament Hill, the National Gallery of Canada, the National War Memorial Monument and more. When cruising along the street gets dry, plunge into the Ottawa River to see the city from a different angle. Fun for the whole family!
See the city of Toronto and the surrounding region on this brief but stunning helicopter flight. Soar over the largest city in Canada with an exclusive sightseeing tour of Toronto’s downtown skyline and beyond, including the iconic CN Tower, the Canadian National Exhibition grounds, and the beautiful Lake Ontario waterfront. This incredible flight covers almost nine miles and includes one keepsake digital photo (delivered online) plus a printed souvenir picture. A variety of departure times are available throughout the day to fit into almost any schedule.
Discover two of Toronto's most colorful and multicultural neighborhoods — Kensington Market and Chinatown — on this guided, 2-hour, small-group walking tour. Experience the sights, sounds and smells of Toronto’s legendary Chinatown. Then explore the unique, bohemian atmosphere of Kensington Market, one of Toronto’s most popular and eclectic neighborhoods. Learn about the history of these areas and visit the locally-owned and operated eateries, unique shops and produce markets while wandering the hidden lanes and alleyways, whose brick walls are filled with stunning graffiti and street art.
Taste your way through one of Toronto’s most popular neighborhoods on a Canada-themed food tour of Kensington Market. In addition to gaining a local perspective on the eclectic National Historic Site, going with a guide enables you to try a variety of classic dishes, from First Nations cuisine to French-Canadian poutine. Bring an appetite: Food tastings on the 3-hour itinerary equate to a hearty dinner.
Soak up the atmosphere of Toronto on a walking tour that stops at the city’s highlights, from the CN Tower to St. Lawrence Market. Your guide eliminates the hassle of navigating and planning an itinerary on your own, and points out landmarks often missed by visitors and locals alike. At the end of the tour, walk away with a new perspective and recommendations for the rest of your stay.
While other bike tours focus on Toronto's main attractions, this tour goes off the beaten path to display Toronto's many forgotten charming neighbourhoods and local haunts.To push the envelope further, this is the only bike tour that offers guests a glimpse into Toronto with a food element. On tour there are a few stops at local vendors where snacks will be given to add another dimension to the tour.
Are you planning a visit to Ottawa? Our tourist treasure hunt will take you from Chateau Laurier to the Supreme Court and the Byward Market, passing by the Parliament Hill of course!You will have to solve challenges at every step to discover your next destination and earn points. At each step, you will learn a little history as well as interesting facts about what surrounds you.t takes 2-3 hours to complete, do it whenever you wish - you select your own date and start time, no scheduling or reservation needed. 20+ challenges, games and enigmas to solve as you walk through this historic neighborhood.
Explore the colourful streetscape of two of Toronto’s most popular neighbourhoods with Jane Herman of On the Town Tours. Start in one of the most “Instagrammable” spots: the south side of the Art Gallery of Ontario and end the tour at Kensington Market. Along the way, you'll pass by the iconic OCAD University and Chinatown. Jane expertly helps you navigate your way through the proliferation of street artists, vintage clothing stores, speciality markets, and unique eateries, providing invaluable suggestions about where to stop along the way. The tour is ready whenever you are. It plays audio automatically at exactly the right time and place using your smart phone's GPS and the VoiceMap mobile app, which also works offline.Start the tour in the app and put your phone in your pocket. The directions are clear and easy to follow and are great for both tourists as well as locals looking for a fun afternoon. The tour takes about an hour without stopping, but you can pause anytime!
This small-group bike tour is perfect for families and those wanting a safe and leisurely way to see Ottawa. Most of the route is on designated bike paths or quaint backroads that take you to some of Ottawa’s cultural and natural highlights. See Rideau Hall, cycle the Rideau Canal path, plus see the War Memorial, Byward Market and more. Stop along the way to learn more about certain locations and get local tips from your guide.
Discover how Canadian beer aligns with the history of Toronto on this guided small-group walking tour. Roam through the streets of Old Town Toronto, learning how beer played a role in the city’s past while visiting three classic Toronto pubs. Enjoy a beer tasting at the popular Mill Street Brewery. Then visit the St. Lawrence Market, with over 100 vendors, bakers, butchers and artisans, to sample a variety of Canadian specialties, followed by a tour of the trendy Distillery District, one of Canada’s hottest tourist attractions.
See the city of Toronto and the surrounding area on this stunning helicopter flight. Soar over the largest city in Canada with an exclusive sightseeing tour of Toronto’s downtown skyline and beyond, including the iconic CN Tower, Casa Loma, High Park and the beautiful waterfront. This incredible flight covers almost 22 miles (35 km) and includes one keepsake digital photo (delivered online) plus a printed souvenir picture. A variety of departure times are available throughout the day to fit into almost any schedule.