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Best of Toronto Tour

by See Sight Tours
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Non-refundable No Booking Fees E-voucher (printout not required)

Highlights

  • Intimate, small-group tour of Toronto highlights

  • Expansive views of the city & surrounding area from CN Tower

  • Casa Loma, an elaborate Gothic mansion with striking gardens

  • Toronto Harbour Cruise (Seasonal May-September)

  • Tour stops include Eaton Centre, Queen's Park & more

Highlights

  • Intimate, small-group tour of Toronto highlights

  • Expansive views of the city & surrounding area from CN Tower

  • Casa Loma, an elaborate Gothic mansion with striking gardens

  • Toronto Harbour Cruise (Seasonal May-September)

  • Tour stops include Eaton Centre, Queen's Park & more

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Best of Toronto Tour

Activity Location

Downtown Toronto

301 Front St W

Toronto M5V 2T6

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Hotel Pickup in downtown Toronto, Canada

    Toronto


Description

Your small-group tour of Toronto begins with pick up directly from your hotel in downtown Toronto before heading to your first stop at the CN Tower.

At the CN Tower, you’ll be whisked up the glass lift to the observation areas where you can get a panoramic view of the the city and surrounding area from the LookOut Level, feel the breeze at 342m in the air on the outdoor terrace and take a walk on the glass floor - which was the first in the world in 1994 when it opened!

Along the way to your next stop at Casa Loma, your guide will provide you with a narrated driving tour through the city where you’ll pass by multiple points of interest including Dundas Square, Queen’s Park and Nathan Phillips Square. At Nathan Phillips Square you’ll have a chance to take a picture with the famous “Toronto” sign and learn about the PATH beneath the city.

Next, your guide will take you to the only real full-sized castle in North America, Casa Loma. This mysterious and majestic castle boasts secret passages, tunnels and turrets. From May to October, the castle also features four acres of lush gardens surrounding the property overlooking Toronto for a spectacular view of the city.

After your visit to Casa Loma, your guide will take you to the St. Lawrence Market which has been named as the top food market in the world by National Geographic. You will have some free time here to do some shopping or get something to eat.

The final stop on the tour is a Toronto Harbour Cruise boat tour which offers amazing photo opportunities with a picturesque look at the Toronto skyline and the islands surrounding the city.

At the end of your Best of Toronto Tour, your guide will drop you off back at your hotel in downtown Toronto.


Inclusions

  • Guided driving tour Toronto passing Dundas Square, Queen’s Park and Nathan Phillips Square and more

  • Admission to CN Tower, Casa Loma, and Toronto Harbour Cruise

  • Tour stop with free time at St. Lawrence Market

  • Small-group tour (limited to 9 guests)

  • Skip the ticket line access to select attractions

  • Pick up and drop off from anywhere in downtown Toronto


Exclusions

  • Service charge (optional)


Know Before You Book

  • St. Lawrence Market is closed on Mondays and will be replaced with a visit to the Distillery District on these days.

  • Maximum group size is 9 people.

  • Hotel pick-up is available from hotels in downtown Toronto only.

  • Harbour Cruise is seasonal and will be replaced with a visit to the Royal Ontario Museum


Best of Toronto Tour ratings based on 36 Verified Reviews

4.3 out of 5

5/5 31 Aug 2019

Michael is a wonderful guide. He made our tour well organized. Recommend this tour for those who wants to know more about Toronto main attractions and don't have enough time to do this.

Tatiana F

United States

5/5 22 Aug 2019

Tour guide very professional and friendly. took the time to explain all our questions and mos importantly was on time.

Teresa V

United States