|LocationToronto, CA||Duration6 hours (approx.)||Per person View price|
On this Ultimate Toronto City Small-Group Tour, discover the sights and sounds of downtown Toronto and beyond.
On this thrilling small-group journey, visit some of the city's most popular attractions as well as a few hidden gems.
The renowned CN Tower and Rogers Centre, the Hockey Hall of Fame, Toronto City Hall, Queen's Quay and the Harbourfront district, as well as the historic Distillery District, cosmopolitan Kensington Market, Chinatown, and much more, are all worth seeing.
This thorough small-group tour includes local hotel pickup and drop-off.
The CN Tower is Canada's most recognisable and celebrated icon, defining the skyline of Toronto. The CN Tower is a world-famous architectural marvel, an engineering wonder of the modern era, a top location for dining and entertainment, and a must-see for anybody travelling to Toronto.
In the midst of Hong Kong, the intersection of Spadina and Dundas wouldn't look out of place at all. The bustling activity and the large throngs of visitors contribute to the fascinating ambiance of Toronto's downtown Chinatown National Historic Site.
Fort York is a 43-acre national historic site located in the heart of downtown Toronto.
St. James Cathedral serves the old St. Lawrence area as both a parish church and a cathedral (the building where the bishop's chair is located).
The Harbourfront neighbourhood of Toronto is a diversified community with beautiful views of Lake Ontario and the Toronto Islands.
The historic provincial parliament building, which has housed Ontario's legislature since its inception in 1893, invites visitors all year.
Rows upon rows of locally grown produce, freshly baked products, speciality cheeses and exotic cuisine are available. And as you take in the sounds, views, and smells of this global marketplace, the friendly traders will make you feel at home.
Experience the grandeur and splendour of the Edwardian era at Casa Loma, North America's only full-sized castle. Explore secret corridors, intricately adorned rooms with authentic period furnishings, or gaze out one of the towers at the stunning view of Toronto.
This stunning structure is a work of art, featuring design features by world-renowned architect Frank Gehry.
Toronto's newest arts, culture, cuisine, and entertainment complex. This national historic monument features 44 heritage buildings and multiple courtyards lined with brick.
The University of Toronto is a world-class public university located on the grounds of Queen's Park.
Yonge-Dundas Square, located at the intersection of Yonge and Dundas Streets, is a one-acre outdoor public and event venue. The Square attracts tourists from all around the city and the world, providing a lively spirit to the neighbourhood.
The CF Toronto Eaton Centre, with over 250 shops, is an unrivalled retail destination in the heart of Canada's most populous metropolis. The CF Toronto Eaton Centre attracts about 50 million visitors per year and is one of North America's highest performing centres.
Photograph Toronto's stunning skyline from this secluded location away from the crowds.
In July 2015, the 3D TORONTO Sign was built at Nathan Phillips Square in preparation for the Pan American/Parapan American Games in Toronto. The lit sign is still there today.