Local guides about Toronto's sights.

Toronto is the whole world in one city. The diversity of cultures here is reflected in everything from restaurants and festivals to an eclectic mix of architectural styles.

There' s no use looking at cobbled streets and medieval houses with patina in Toronto – the city is still a teenager. But it's still full of curious things: skyscrapers, trendy galleries, hockey, and the picturesque Ontario Lake.

During the sightseeing tour in English you'll learn when the first high-rise buildings appeared in Toronto and why the St. Lawrence Market is considered a landmark of the city. Also as part of a tour with a private guide you will see:

  • the second longest street in the world, Yonge Street (1896 km).;
  • Cathedral Church of St. James, where they' ll tell you about Toronto's oldest communities;
  • famous Flatiron Building;
  • picturesque Harbourfront neighborhood with street musicians;
  • CN Tower — the highest free-standing structure in the Western Hemisphere, etc.

For dessert, Excurzilla recommends visiting the historic Distillery District, once chose by whisky producers and today by fashionable Canadian artists, designers and restaurateurs.

Available tours in other cities: Victoria, British Columbia, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Vancouver, Niagara Falls, Canada, Tadoussac, Quebec City, Montreal

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