Downtown Toronto Hotels is available. Instructions for pick-up arrangements will be included with your confirmation
Prices are quoted
in Canadian Dollars. Your credit card company
will convert the price to your currency.
Dundas Square, Royal York Hotel, Art Gallery of Ontario, Royal Ontario Museum, or from your hotel. Hotel pick-up can be arranged. Instructions to arrange hotel pick-up are included in your confirmation after booking.
9:00 am to 3:00
last return time
is 5:00 pm
Ticket is valid for 7 days
April 17 2011 — October 2011
Admission to the
attractions is not included
Sold Out Dates
none at this time
Double Decker Bus
This 2.5 hour Toronto
City tour departs from all downtown Toronto hotels. It
includes the sights listed below and much more.
“Hop On and Hop Off" and then get back on again. Ticket for this tour are valid for the length of your stay! So with one ticket you can visit Toronto’s best attractions during your entire stay in Toronto.
Fun and informative commentary from one of our friendly guides! They’ll teach you a thing or two about Toronto without making you doze off in your seat. Think of them as your "vacation guardians". They can provide information, discounted attractions (CN Tower, AGO, Casa Loma, Hockey Hall of Fame, ROM etc), as well as provide info on where to eat and where to shop.
The tour includes a Toronto Island Boat tour! Did you know that Toronto has a beautiful harbour and 14 islands? This tour offers something for everyone. It’s an absolute paradise for photography buffs, offering breath-taking views of our city skyline. History lovers delight in thought-provoking commentary.
This ever-expanding area is home to ethnic Chinese from
Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Vietnam, and elsewhere. A
wealth of oriental shops and fruit markets spills out onto
the street, and a vast selection of authentic Chinese
restaurants feature such delicacies as dim sum.
back in time to a period of European elegance and splendour.
The former home of Canadian financier Sir Henry Pellatt,
Canada's foremost castle is complete with decorated suites,
secret passages, an 800-foot tunnel, towers, stables, and
beautiful 5-acre estate gardens.
The St. Lawrence Market is the focal point of the
neighbourhood and since 1803 and has provided Toronto's
residents with the best selection of fresh fruits,
vegetables, meat, cheese and delicious baked goods. During
its 200-year history, the Market has also served as
Toronto's seat of government, a police station and a jail.
It has witnessed the city's evolution from a colonial
outpost into a vibrant city. There are many historic
buildings in the area including the famous Flat Iron
building, and one of the most photogenic vistas in the city.
The area is also home to Toronto's first courthouse who's
claim to fame is that it hosted the last beheading in North
The Distillery District (Tourism Blog)
The distillery district is Toronto’s first pedestrian only village and the city’s only historic district. This unique neighbourhood is a wonderful place to take an afternoon walk while exploring the Victorian brick and limestone buildings while soaking in the history of what was once the largest distillery in the world.
Harbourfront Centre (Website)
Dundas Square (Website)
Yonge St (Blog)
As we drive down Yonge Street, "the world's longest
street", the tour guide points out some of the most popular
sites such as the Toronto Eaton Centre, the Elgin & Winter
Garden Theatre, the Canon Theatre, BCE Place, Union Station,
and the Hockey Hall of Fame.