Be a tourist in your own city with these 5 amazing Toronto tours
If we’re being honest, Toronto’s a chungus. In a city so full of things to do and see, it’s easy to have been born and raised here and still not have explored every corner. Time to change that! Whether you’re here for the first time or a longtime local, these cool Toronto tours and activities are sure to show you something new.
Let’s get high! Oh come on guys, PG high. What better way to enjoy this pretty city than from a birds-eye viewpoint? Cruise around the sky for half an hour in an agile little plane to take in the sights. You’re going to get some seriously stellar Insta content here, friends.
Cost: $135 per person
Our preferred way to explore a city is with our mouths. Oh, that sounded way wrong. What we mean is that you can’t go wrong with eating your way through the city! Sample tons of cuisines with tastings and drinks in Kensington Market, St. Lawrence Market, or Chinatown.
Cost: $90 per person
Not exactly in Toronto, but definitely a nearby must-see. Get the classic Niagara experience with a guided bus day trip, and then hop on the boat if you’d like (well, not this time of year). Wine tastings are included, which is a major perk if you ask us. Perfect for sightseeing or for an unusual wedding a la Pam and Jim.
Cost: $99 per person
Driving in Toronto sucks. Let someone else do it! Cruise through the streets to check out the most classic attractions, with hop on-hop off options if you want some fresh air. An optional (seasonal) upgrade includes a harbour cruise to get those sweet, sweet waterfront views.
Rather tour on your own two feet? Have it your way, pal. Take a guided walk through one of Toronto’s coolest neighbourhoods. Visit breweries, chocolatiers, and special secret areas. Wanna piggyback us? If the answer’s no, we’re taking the Segway tour instead.
5 unique ways to explore the city, 5 chances to see sights unseen. Or maybe seen, but come on, who doesn’t want to cruise around downtown in a plane? Enjoy these cool Toronto tours, you little tourist, you!