Excellent value, we loved the cCN tower, aquarium and casa lomo, the open top bus was a great way to get around, the lake cruise was a lovely way to see the skyline and the airport
This was certainly worth it. I visited the Royal Ontario Museum, Casa Loma, Ripleys Museum and CN Tower and it was worth the money paid. It was also easy to swap my paper voucher for the ticket booklet and I did not have to queue up anymore at the entrance.
Koolie978 St Martin
Iconic spots, significant savings with this city pass! I would recommend it to any tourist. Very interesting booklet whose cost is up to half off what it would cost to purchase those same admissions separately.
An awesome pass! I did not use all of the passes, however I still believe that it was worth it as you skip most queues, which during busy times can take up to hours but with this pass it only took me few minutes.
Great value for money we used all the tickets with the exception of Toronto Zoo. Views from the top of the CN Tower are amazing
The actual pass was fabulous. Gets you into many great places and puts you at the front of the line!
City Pass is convenient to bypass the long lines for ticket. With exception of getting the booklet at first site visit, the lines were quick and we got straight to the lines.
CN Tower was a wait-definitely make sure the weather is clear and sunny for good view. We went when it was cloudy and barely saw anything.
Great way to skip the long lines for others waiting for tickets. See the CN Towrr first thing- the line on evening was 2 hours long!
Great way to explore Toronto. Didn't even know about Casa Loma until we saw it offered by City Pass. Saves a lot of time in ticket lines. Viator also saved us money. Watch for coupons too.
Very handy. We enjoyed the attractions offered and the flexibility to go at our own schedule.
Perfect... BUT you must dedicate AT LEAST 3 days to enjoy five attratctions. Some of them have long lines, some of them take too much time to enjoy Like the museums and Casa Loma and we take some time in traffic between one and the others. If you have only 2 days... it's better to buy the passes directily in the point of interest.
This was definitely good value for money. I liked not having to go in the long ticket lines at the attractions since I alreaddy had the city pass ticket
We went and saw the CN Tower, Ridleys aquarium and Toronto zoo. We absolutely loved it, Ridleys aquarium is the best one I and #39;ve ever been to and the zoo is definitely an all day tour, loads to see and loads of walking...loved it. We went to the CN Tower which was amazing, great views and good food
I didn and #39;t take a tour, purchased a city pass for myself and my kids and it was great! Very convenient!!
Great value for seeing so many of the city's top attractions! It pays for itself very quickly and when coupled with the Hop-On, Hop-Off Bus Ride, it's the perfect way to see Toronto quickly and efficiently.
We purchased the Toronto CityPass. We had to stand in line behind a tour bus driver to turn in our voucher and get the ticket books, but after that the CityPass was a big time saver. We walked past the ticket lines at each attraction and walked right up to the admissions personnel at each attraction
my staying in Toronto is very pleasant and is not so expensive like any where in the US. The public transport was good and reasonable price. However we could not go to the zoo at intended as it is too far out of the city. Our trip to the place on the city pass is good but our best day was on the central island. we stay in a super 8 hotel right centre of China town area where we can get good food and cheap.
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