Welcome to Toronto: Private 2-hour Introductory Walking Tour

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  • Private Tour
  • 2 hr

Immerse yourself in the vibrancy of Toronto on this perfect introductory walking tour that will take you on a journey through the most iconic sights of the largest city in Canada!

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Travel Curious

Embark on a journey through some of the most iconic and popular sights of Toronto, a bustling and exciting city -the largest in Canada, known for its vibrant vibe and population diversity with over 200 different ethnicities and 130 languages and dialects spoken.

On your private introductory tour, you will:

  • See the Toronto Dominion Centre, a stunning complex of six buildings designed by architect Mies van der Rohe;
  • Pass by First Canadian Place, a skyscraper which held the title of Canada's tallest building until the completion of the CN Tower in 1976;
  • Admire the impressive height of the CN Tower, an iconic landmark of Toronto which remained the tallest freestanding structure in the world until the construction of the Burj Khalifa in 2009;
  • Discover Toronto Old City Hall, a beautiful historic building that served as Toronto's city hall from 1899 to 1966 constructed in Richardsonian Romanesque style;
  • Snap memorable pictures at the famous Toronto Sign, a popular spot in the city in Nathan Phillips Square which lights up in beautiful colours during the evening;
  • See the current Toronto City Hall, a modernist masterpiece designed by Finnish architect Viljo Revell;
  • Take a stroll down Dundas St. passing by the Art Gallery of Ontario on the way to Chinatown;
  • Discover Chinatown, a bustling neighbourhood filled with shops, markets, and restaurants which offer a taste of the city's diverse cultural heritage;
  • End your tour exploring Kensington Market, a bohemian neighbourhood home to an eclectic mix of vintage shops, cafes, and bars, where you are welcome to stay and enjoy at your leisure.

Toronto is a major Canadian city set on Lake Ontario’s northwestern shore which attracts 21 million visitors every year.

The city is known for its safety, cleanliness, and welcoming nature to visitors from all around the world featuring a diverse food scene, historic buildings alongside towering skyscrapers,  and a big immigrant population which contributes to the unique and exotic flavours and culture. 

As the city is highly walkable, this 2-hour welcome tour is the perfect way to explore the city and enjoy the buzzing atmosphere and fascinating history of Toronto, a dynamic cosmopolitan city that is also an architectural wonder with the famous CN Tower, Casa Loma, Art Gallery of Ontario, and the Royal Ontario Museum. 

Our tour ends at Kensington Market, where you are free to enjoy the vibrant atmosphere and unique sights at your leisure. 

Tour duration
2 hours

Type of tour
Walking tour: no transportation is included

Tickets included
  • - English Speaking Guide

Other inclusions
- Gratuities optional
- Attraction tickets are not included
- Food and drink are not included
- Hotel pick-up and drop-off are not included

Suitable for
Family Friendly, Intellectually Curious

Attractions along this route:

CN Tower
The CN Tower, one of the main landmarks in the city, stands at a height of 553.33 meters offering breathtaking views of Toronto and Lake Ontario.

Nathan Phillips Square
A public square in front of Toronto's City Hall housing The Toronto Sign, a popular spot for tourists and locals.

Toronto Old City Hall
It served as the city's primary municipal building from 1899 until 1966 when the current City Hall was built.

Kensington Market
A vibrant and lively neighbourhood known for its multicultural atmosphere, bohemian vibe, and eclectic mix of shops, restaurants, and cafes.
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