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Leave behind the Toronto bustle for the remarkable natural beauty of Niagara Falls. On this full-day tour, start with a scenic drive through Niagara’s verdant wine region en route to the falls. Break for a buffet lunch before hopping on a Hornblower Niagara Cruises boat or the Journey Behind the Falls excursion, depending on the season. Cruise up Niagara River for up-close views of the awesome Horseshoe Falls (weather permitting) and then head to the Whirlpool Rapids observation deck. Top off your trip with a stop at a local winery.
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.
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.
Experience Sunday brunch, Toronto-style, on this food walking tour through King and Queen West, recently named by ‘Vogue’ magazine as one of the world's hippest neighborhoods. Join other Torontonians in this weekend ritual, as you kick things off with ‘wake up juice’ (coffee) and a croissant hot out of the oven. Round out the feast with an Italian Bomba, eggs benedict, a mean boa, and a Bloody Caesar—a classic Canadian cocktail. And of course, no brunch is complete without a mimosa.
Get to know Toronto’s Distillery District on this walking tour that’s easy on the wallet. A guide takes you around the Victorian Industrial architecture, sharing history and entertaining anecdotes along the way. Hear about business intrigue and the company that became the world's largest distillery. Tastings of beer and chocolate round out your tour.
The 40 heritage buildings that call Toronto’s Distillery Historic District home encompass a dark and gruesome history. Delve into the area’s spine-chilling past on this ghost walk led by a costumed historian or dramatist. Visit haunted sites such as the ironically named Friendship House, hear tales about flickering lights and moving furniture, and prepare to be spooked.
This tasting experience in downtown Toronto teaches you the ABC’s and the ABV‘s of whiskey. Whether you are a whiskey novice or a malt master, you’re sure to learn something new about Canadian whiskeys and whiskey cocktails on this walking tour that includes food pairings. What’s the difference between a Pot Still and a Coffey Still? Get to know tasting terms and barley types, and find out what exactly is an Angel’s Share. Throw in dashes of stories from prohibition-era Toronto and you have the perfect fun-filled evening.
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.
We are offering sightseeing with drink samples and a full tour of a brewery and distillery. You will see the main points of interests in historic distillery district and downtown Toronto, learn about history while sampling local beers, sake and spirits in between. The tour ends with a full tour of Steam Whistle brewery where you will learn how the beer is made and get lots of their samples.
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.
Toronto’s Chinatown is a happening place. In fact, there’s so much to see and do that it can often be overwhelming. That’s where we come in. We have curated a food crawl of the best and most diverse foods from China’s various regions for you to feast upon.As you walk by restaurants adorned with geese in the windows your foodie guide will give an intro to the bustling neighbourhood that is Chinatown and its fabulous food scene. There will be dumplings galore and hand-pulled noodles to slurp. We’ll also be popping in to sample Chinese specialties like BBQ pork. Don’t forget to save room for dessert! Our last stop will be at a Chinese bakery to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Take a spooky stroll through Toronto on this guided haunted walking tour. Experience the darker side of Canada’s largest city and discover tales of the city's haunted heritage as told by a professional storyteller. Hear the hair-raising stories and see the area’s most haunted sites. It’s a fascinating, spine-tingling adventure.
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.
Sample the Asian flavors for which Toronto’s Chinatown district is famous on this food tour in Toronto. Follow a guide through Chinatown and visit six different authentic Asian restaurants and food stalls. Sample tasty treats in a traditional Chinese bakery and speciality dishes from China’s Fukin province, and learn the history and traditions of Hong Kong dim sum. Sample street food in the bustling Asian food markets, and see where some of Toronto’s top chefs source their ingredients.
Discover the culinary delights of Kensington Market on this 3-hour food walking tour in Toronto. Bordered by Little Italy and Chinatown, Kensington Market boasts a multiculturalism that is reflected in the variety of its cuisine. Follow an in-the-know guide and taste everything from jerk chicken and empanadas to good old Canadian comfort food. You’ll visit eateries popular with locals and learn about the city’s history along the way.
Get to know Toronto by twilight on this guided, 3-hour after-dinner bike tour. Explore the Toronto Islands, the largest car-free community in North America. Get to know this unique neighborhood through sights and stories and enjoy breathtaking views of Toronto’s skyline from across the Inner Harbour. Watch the city light up for the evening while visiting landmark locations like the Gibraltar Point Lighthouse and the Royal Canadian Yacht Club. Use of a bike and helmet, plus granola bars and dessert are included.
Get to know Toronto on this guided, 3.5-hour, morning bike tour. Explore the Toronto Islands, the largest car-free community in North America. Get to know this unique neighborhood through sights and stories and enjoy breathtaking views of Toronto’s skyline from across the Inner Harbour. Enjoy a panoramic view of the city while visiting landmark locations like the Gibraltar Point Lighthouse and the Royal Canadian Yacht Club. Use of a bike and helmet, plus snacks are included.
This 3-hour food tour of Toronto is perfect for people who love to dine on pig-inspired dishes. During this tour, travel around three restaurants and a butcher shop to learn about ethical farming, and get the chance to sample three tastings of food made from pigs. Walk away with more knowledge about the city’s history and how it came across its nickname.
Home to traditional bakeries, trendy coffee shops, and specialty food stores, the Riverside and Leslieville neighborhoods of Toronto attract foodies from across the city and beyond. On this walking tour, follow your guide along historic Queen Street East and surrounds, and sample some of the dishes on offer. Taste Italian wild boar meat balls or traditional homemade ice cream, sip fresh craft beers in a local brewery, and learn of the role Riverside and Leslieville have played in Toronto’s history.
Stroll through cobblestoned Corktown and the historical distillery district for a food tasting tour in Toronto. Pass British row houses, brickyards, breweries, cork-stop makers, and what once was the world’s largest distillery. Your various tasting stops include global fusion–inspired appetizers, an award-winning chocolate shop, craft beer from an 1889 institution, and amazing Mediterranean and Mexican cuisine. Along the way, revel in fun facts, history, and humorous stories of the city.