• Tour code: 5846DOWNTOWN
  • Location: Toronto, Canada
  • Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes (approx.)

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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.

Highlights

  • 3.5-hour bike tour of downtown Toronto led by a local guide
  • Stop at popular attractions such as Chinatown, City Hall, the Hockey Hall of Fame and the Entertainment District
  • Hear stories about the city’s history, culture and architecture and explore scenic areas off the beaten path
  • Easy route is suitable for all riders
  • Small-group tour limited to 12 people ensures a more personalized experience

What You Can Expect

Downtown Toronto Bike Tour

Biking through Downtown Toronto

Meet and greet the tour guide and group near the Village by the Grange in downtown Toronto. There will be a brief introduction to Toronto before beginning the approximately 3.5-hour ride around and through the largest city in Canada.


Learn about Toronto’s culture and architecture while visiting some of its most popular attractions. See the iconic CN Tower, the crown jewel of Toronto’s beautiful skyline. Also, visit Chinatown; Kensington Market, one of the city’s most well-known neighborhoods; CF Toronto Eaton Centre, home to over 175 brand name stores and restaurants; the busy Financial District; the Art Gallery of Ontario, an art museum in the downtown Grange Park district; plus the Hockey Hall of Fame, Toronto City Hall, Sugar Beach, the Toronto Entertainment District and more. 


Along the way, stop to rest at some of the local markets, including Toronto’s premiere marketplace, the St. Lawrence Market, and enjoy a bite to eat (own expense).


Throughout the tour, the guide will provide ample information about Toronto’s past and present — and maybe even offer some insight into where the city is headed in the future. It’s a great introduction to the city of Toronto and all that it offers its visitors and residents alike.


The tour ends back near the Village by the Grange.

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