A Full Day In Toronto: Private And Personalised

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  • Live Guide
  • Instant Confirmation
  • Day Trip
  • Pickup Service
  • Private Tour
  • E-Ticket
  • 8 hr

Your local host will lead you off the tourist trail to discover the best kept secrets in Toronto that your guidebook doesn’t even know about. See Toronto’s art hub and hipster hangout of the city. Learn about the history of the city, and discover the unique personality of the city through the best food spots and peculiar shops loved by locals. Explore markets, where growers, butchers, and fishmongers display their best produce. Relax on one of the beaches and discover quirky buildings while you walk through some of the city’s coolest neighbourhoods. Within 24 hours after booking you'll receive a short questionnaire about your personality and interests. Based on your responses, you'll be assigned a like-minded host who will communicate with you directly to suggest an itinerary to help you discover what makes the city unique. You will also agree on a meeting time and place. Your itinerary is flexible, so during the experience, you can always change your mind about what you want to do.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: City Unscripted

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Pass By: Kensington Market

Private and Personalised the experience can be tailored to suit you. A good place to start your experience is at a market. Kensington has long been an artists’ hub and thanks to its distinctly wonderful eclectic and bohemian vibe it is the best hipster hangout in the city. Seek out charming cafés, the city’s best Mexican snack foods, decades-old vintage stores, record shops and tasty vegan lunch joints.

Pass By: Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library

You can visit one of Canada's most incredible rare book collections holds hundreds of thousands of gorgeous tomes that the general public can touch.

Pass By: Old City Hall

The Old City Hall, located off Queen and Bay St in the heart of downtown Toronto, was designed in Romanesque-style and completed in 1899 by E.J. Lennox, a prominent Toronto architect during that time. It remains one of the city's most prominent structures.

Pass By: St. Lawrence Market

Since 1803 the city’s top spot for fresh produce, delicious eats and artisanal goods.

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One of the city's favourite summer pastimes is flocking to Toronto's beaches and luckily there are plenty of beaches in Toronto.

Pass By: Distillery District

The pedestrian-only Distillery District, set in quaint 19th century buildings that once housed a large whiskey distillery, draws crowds to its cobblestone streets lined with hip indie restaurants, bars and boutiques. Art lovers come for the galleries, outdoor sculptures and dance, music and stage performances at the area's several theatres.

Pass By: Queen Street

Historic buildings, quirky independent shops, restaurants, and cafes make walking along Queen Street East the best way to get a feel for The Beach neighbourhood.

Pass By: Leslieville Dollhouse

See a unique house which instead of boxwood, hydrangeas and day lilies, features superheros, Hello Kitties, mermaids, and troll dolls. Owner Shirley Sumaiser has been collecting her stuffed and plastic critters for over twenty years, using them to fill up her little plot of Leslieville.
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