PATH - A Walking Tour of Toronto's Underground City

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Not too excited about a walking tour in Toronto in the winter? We've got you covered. Beneath downtown Toronto you will find Toronto's underground city called the PATH. The PATH: - is 24 miles / 32km in length - has 900 shops, 500 places to eat - has 5 subway stations - has 8 hotels - has over 300,000 pedestrians a day using it. Join the PATH tour, Toronto's best winter walking tour (don't worry we run this tour all year).  See the main sites of the city, while traveling 20 ft., (5 metres) below ground.  This 2-hour tour gets you from site to site by utilizing Toronto's underground city called the PATH.   Places we visit on this tour include, Union Station, Jurassic Park, Brookfield Place, Commerce Court and Toronto City Hall The PATH tour is the best tour when it's: • Too Hot, Too Cold, Too Snowy, Too Rainy. Take a few steps below ground and experience an entirely different type of city tour.

Itinerary Details

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Stop At: Toronto Union

See the Old and the New in this huge station which has been going through an expansion for over 10 years. Hear about it's history and hear about its future.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Scotiabank Arena

While in Maple Leaf Square (just outside Scotiabank Arena), we will see statues of some of the great hockey players who have played in this city. You will hear about Jurassic Park and Maple Leaf Square.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Brookfield Place

See one of the city's great pieces of architecture - Brookfield Place. See a historic building which has been relocated into this spectacular atrium.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Financial District

Pop up from the underground PATH and stand amongst the biggest banks and the tallest buildings in the Canada in Toronto's Financial District.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Toronto City Hall

The tour ends at a landmark in the city, the Toronto City Hall. Here you will see the old and new City Halls side by side. City Hall is also home to the famous Toronto Sign

Duration: 15 minutes
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