Excursions in Toronto

51 excursions and activities in Toronto are offered at reasonable prices and may be booked online.

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Can Toronto really be seen in a single day?

Whether you are visiting Toronto for the first time or you are a regular, you will find that there are so many amazing places to see. One of the best ways to spend a day in the city is to go on a sightseeing tour of the area. Whether you're interested in exploring the Distillery District, the High Park, the CN Tower, or the Journey Behind the Falls, there is something for you.

Distillery District

Located in downtown Toronto, the Distillery District is a renowned, photogenic Victorian-era industrial complex. It is now a popular shopping, dining and entertainment destination. The area is filled with unique shops and restaurants, and offers a variety of events throughout the year.

A good time to visit the Distillery District is during the summer when the annual Festival of Lights takes place. The Festival of Lights is an outdoor event that features live music and performers.

Other major attractions in the Distillery District include the Young Centre for Performing Arts and Soulpepper Theatre Company. The theatre hosts world-renowned productions. The theatre is housed in 19th century-era Victorian industrial buildings.

Another major attraction is the Corkin Gallery, which hosts international art exhibitions. The space is large, and there are often several exhibitions going on at once. You can also go to the Sunday Market, which features local vendors selling fresh flowers and organic preserves.

There are several food and drink options in the Distillery District, including a brewpub, restaurant and beer shop. The Mill Street Brewpub serves modern pub food. The restaurant has a variety of dishes to choose from, including shared Poutine and a Chicken and Chorizo Pot Pie.

Eaton Centre

Located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, the Eaton Centre is one of the busiest shopping malls in North America. This two-million square foot mall features a variety of stores and restaurants. It is also connected to the largest underground shopping mall in the world, the PATH Network.

If you are planning to spend a day in Toronto, then you must consider visiting the Eaton Centre. Not only is this one of the best shopping centers in the city, it is also one of the most accessible shopping locations in the country. You can easily get here by car, bus, or subway.

The Eaton Centre has free Wi-Fi throughout the building and has numerous food options. You can choose from sit-down restaurants or fast food. There is also a food court. If you are looking for an upscale dining experience, then you should visit Lena Restaurante, which serves South American cuisine.

Another option is to take a tour of the mall. Private city tours often include a trip to the Eaton Centre. These tours can save you a lot of time. You can also try a hop-on, hop-off bus pass.

If you would like to visit the Eaton Centre during the holiday season, then you can attend the annual tree lighting ceremony. There is also a visit with Santa event during December.

CN Tower

During your visit to Toronto, you should make the time to see the city's best attractions. One of these is the CN Tower, which is located near the Toronto HarbourFront. Getting to the tower is easy by bus, train or car.

CN Tower

The tower is the tallest freestanding structure in Canada. It was the world's tallest until 2008. It is also the tallest building in North America. It is made from thick reinforced concrete. It weighs in at 130,000 tons. It is considered a modern day 7 Wonder of the World.

The tower has an outdoor sky terrace on the same level as the glass floor. It features a 360 deg view of the city, as well as a small cafe. You can also take a helicopter tour of the city.

There are also two other observation decks, the LookOut Level and the SkyPod. The SkyPod is a bit smaller than the LookOut Level, but it is a good choice if you're looking for a panoramic view of the city. The revolving restaurant on the top of the tower provides access to both levels.

The CN Tower is a great place to take photos. It is a perfect location to see the Toronto skyline. You can also check out the mini train.

High Park

During the spring, High Park is beautiful. The Japanese cherry trees have been planted since 1959. The park's oak savannah is one of the most rare habitats in Ontario, and is under special care by the City and volunteer conservationists.

For those who prefer to explore on foot, the park offers unpaved dirt trails. Pedestrians are still permitted to use former roadways in the park, but cyclists are not.

A large body of water, Grenadier Pond, is located on the western edge of the park. It is a popular marsh habitat for a variety of bird species. The pond has pipes that exit it to Lake Ontario.

On the eastern edge of the park is an amphitheatre. The Canadian Stage Company puts on plays here. The theatre seats a few hundred people.

For a more casual visit, there is a restaurant with a patio in the centre of the park. The cafe is owned and operated by the City of Toronto, but is not licensed to serve alcohol. It opened in 1958 as a dining room, and added an outdoor patio in 2012.

The CN Tower is one of the most famous landmarks in Toronto. The tower is 553 metres tall. It is a very popular attraction and should be visited as soon as possible in the morning. It becomes crowded as the day progresses, but you'll get a nice view of the city.

Kensington Market

Located in downtown Toronto, Kensington Market is a vibrant and eclectic neighbourhood. It is home to many second hand stores, cheap cafes, and ethnic cuisine.

It's also home to the Art Gallery of Ontario, the largest collection of Canadian art in the country. The Market Gallery hosts several rotating exhibits throughout the year.

There are also numerous restaurants serving Jamaican, Italian, and Colombian dishes. The market is full of vendors from all over the world. It's also a great spot to people watch.

Another popular attraction is the Distillery District, an area full of art galleries and shops. It's also a popular entertainment destination in the summer, with outdoor street performers. The area features 40 heritage buildings from the 1800s.

The Toronto Waterfront is an area of the city that is being revitalized. The waterfront provides visitors with a unique perspective of the Toronto skyline. It's also a good place to see the Toronto Sign.

The Distillery District is also a great place to experience Toronto's nightlife. It's a trendy, hip neighbourhood filled with art galleries, boutiques, and restaurants. It's also home to the famous free Toronto Light Show.

It's also worth checking out the Royal Ontario Museum, a great place to see cool exhibits. You can also visit the Old City Hall, an old Romanesque building.

Journey Behind the Falls

Located on the Canadian side of Niagara Falls, Journey Behind the Falls is an attraction that is worth a visit. You'll get a close look at the Falls from behind, and you can even get wet. You'll be able to see the power of 2,800 cubic meters of water flowing over the falls every second.

Journey Behind the Falls is one of the most popular ways to see the Falls. The view of the Falls from this perspective is unmatched. It also includes a unique tunnel tour and a cavern tour. You can also get a close look at the Falls from two observation decks.

The tour takes about thirty to forty minutes. It includes an elevator ride down to the base of the Falls, a view of the 13-storey waterfall, a walk through an underground tunnel, and a look at the falls from a different angle. You'll also receive a biodegradable rain poncho to keep you dry.

The attraction is operated by the Niagara Parks Commission. You'll need to purchase a ticket and redeem it at the welcome center. You'll then be able to follow the path to the upper and lower observation decks.

Craft Studio

Whether you are traveling to Toronto for a vacation or a work trip, you can get a glimpse of some of the most exciting art and culture that the city has to offer. In addition to its thriving nightlife and entertainment, there are a wide variety of museums and attractions.

There are several great places to eat in Toronto. In addition to its many restaurants, the city is home to a number of unique boutique shops. Throughout the city, there are plenty of seasonal street festivals and markets. You can also catch a sunset at the CN Tower, one of Canada's most famous landmarks.

If you have an afternoon free, you may want to check out the Distillery District. This neighborhood is filled with historical buildings and alleyways, and it's a great place to take a photo. In addition, the area hosts a Christmas market, a Lights Festival, and a variety of other events.

You can also visit the Bata Shoe Museum, which features more than 10,000 pairs of shoes. Or you could go on a sunset cruise on the harbourfront.

The Royal Ontario Museum is home to a collection of art that stretches from natural history to contemporary art. You can also visit the Ontario Science Centre, which is one of the country's largest and most popular museums.

Unique guided tours in Toronto

Whether you're visiting for the first time or you are a seasoned Toronto visitor, there are plenty of unique guided tours in Toronto to fit your taste and interests. You can choose a tour that is guided by a local expert, a group of travelers, or even a tour bus. All of these options allow you to experience the best of the city without worrying about getting lost or being rushed.

Royal Ontario Museum
  • If you're interested in a tour that covers the whole city, you'll want to opt for a sightseeing tour. This is a great way to see the main attractions in the city, and you can also learn about the history of the area. Many of the tours include a narrated tour and stop at key photo spots.
  • For those who prefer a more active approach, you can try a Toronto Bike Tour. This is a fantastic way to see the city while exploring all of its green spaces and biking through the neighborhoods. A few of the main attractions you will see on this tour include parks, museums, and the waterfront. You'll learn about the history of the area and gain insight into the culture of the region. The tour ends with a breathtaking hilltop view of the city.
  • A boat cruise on the lake Ontario is another great option. You'll get a glimpse of the social scene of the city, and you'll also see some of the beautiful villages and shipwrecks that are on the water. You'll even have the chance to try some of the best craft beers in the city.
  • If you're interested in history, you can take a tour of the Royal Ontario Museum. The museum contains galleries of gems and minerals, and it also displays the evolution of the earth and cultures. There are also tours that cover the history of the Distillery Historic District, which is one of the hottest tourist destinations in Canada. You'll get a guided tour of this district and sample Canadian specialties.
  • If you're looking to explore the city of Toronto from a different perspective, you may consider a ghost tour. This tour is available in both small and large groups, and you'll learn about some of the darker sides of the city's past. You'll hear ghost stories and take a lantern tour through the historic Distillery district. You can also sign up for a pay-what-you-wish tour where you can decide on the exact places you would like to see.
  • A self-guided tour is another great option. You can customize a walk based on your specific interests, and you'll also receive a route map. You can even start the tour from your hotel. These tours can cover the history of the Victorian era, or you can go on an art crawl. If you're looking for a tour that is more hands-on, you can also try a food tour.
  • A wine tour is another great option. There are several different wine tours in the city of Toronto, and you'll have the chance to taste some of the best wines in the area. You'll also have the opportunity to visit Niagara-on-the-Lake, a wine-producing area that is located right next to the city.

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