Discover all the best things to do in Toronto with a small group Toronto city tour that will show you all the best Toronto attractions in one Toronto tour.
- First Class Travel: Modern vehicles such as Mercedes-Benz Sprinters.
- Exceptional Tour Guides
- 2 Staff in every vehicle
- Small-Group Size: Max 14 guests
- Door-to-Door Pick-up
- Admission to Casa Loma
Feel like a Torontonian for a day as we guide you around Canada’s most multicultural and diverse city. Visit Toronto’s most popular sights, its local hotspots, and discover the city’s many hidden gems in our modern vehicles. Our tours are comprehensive but with a maximum of just 14 guests. So get ready for a small group tour that is fun, authentic, and memorable.
Toronto Attractions Visited
Kensington Market is a distinctive multicultural neighborhood located in the heart of the city. In 2006, it was designated a National Historic Site of Canada.
Polson Pier is the perfect spot to get a great photo of downtown Toronto.
Fort York features Canada’s largest collection of original War of 1812 buildings. Take a step back in time as you learn about Canada’s history.
The CN Tower is an awe-inspiring architectural and engineering wonder of the world that is a symbol of pride for Toronto residents and all Canadians.
The Distillery District is a popular area for arts, culture, food, and entertainment. This national historic site includes 44 heritage buildings and numerous brick-lined courtyards.
Yorkville is Toronto’s premier shopping, dining and tourist district and has been compared to New York’s Fifth Avenue and Chicago’s North Michigan.
ST. LAWRENCE MARKET
National Geographic named St. Lawrence Market one of the world’s best food markets in a special article entitled “Food Journeys of a Lifetime.”
CASA LOMA (ADMISSION INCLUDED)
Experience the elegance and splendor of the Edwardian era at Casa Loma, the only full-sized castle in North America and Toronto’s premier historic attraction.
Marvel at the Ontario College of Art, Design building – a black and white “tabletop” perched on multi-color steel legs.
A destination in itself, named after Timothy Eaton, the owner of the site’s original department store, this popular shopping mall is now home to 335 shops, including the flagship store of the Hudson’s Bay Company, North America’s oldest company.
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