Nathan Philip's Square Toronto Sign How to See Toronto in 48 hours with a Family- Summer 2019 - Planning a weekend getaway to Toronto with the kids? You’re in luck, because this city is home to countless family-friendly attractions, restaurants, and cultural offerings. Thankfully, you don’t need a full week to see Toronto in all of its glory. With our helpful guide, you can get a good dose of family fun in just […]
The Best Neighbourhoods for Foodies in Toronto -   Toronto is a foodie’s dream. Being such a diverse city, visitors will marvel at the vast array of dishes from around the world. There’s a lot to choose from- so we’ve outlined some of the best neighbourhoods for food lovers and tourists along the City Sightseeing Toronto tour route. We hope you are hungry!  […]
The Best Places to Take Instagram Photos in Toronto this Summer - Any local Torontonian would tell you that the city completely transforms in the summer. Toronto is home to its fair share of parks, cultural hubs, and beaches, all best explored when the warmer months come around.  Whether you live in the city or are just passing through, we’ve rounded up the most insta-worthy attractions Toronto […]
The Top 50 Tours In Canada - Welcome to our list of The Top 50 “Hottest” Tours In Canada. By Shereen Mohammed | January 14, 2016     City Sight Seeing Toronto Price: Starting at $38.05 Location: 249 Queens Quay West, Toronto, Ontario Simply put, it’s the best! Toronto’s most comprehensive tour at the lowest price around. Whether you’re in Toronto for a […]
The Bata Shoe Museum - With the cold January air upon us it can be difficult to stay warm and find something fun to do!  If you are looking for something to do in Toronto that is unique and a little different then the Bata Shoe Museum provides a perfect opportunity to explore, engage and excite!   The Bata Shoe […]
Massey Hall - This wonderful concert hall was built in the 1890s by Hart Massey (Massey Ferguson agricultural equipment amongst many others) as a memorial to his son with the hope that it would focus on the development of the Arts.   It could originally hold 3500 patrons, but through renovations the capacity is now 2765. Visitors to […]
Niagara-on-the-Lake - When visiting Niagara Falls, it is easy to forget that there are other things to see than the waterfall itself.  One example of this is Niagara-on-the-Lake, a small town located about 20 km north of Niagara Falls that is often overlooked by visitors, even though it offers a wonderful combination of historic sites, 19thcentury architecture, […]
Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada - It isn’t every day that Toronto gains a spectacular new tourist attraction.  In October 2013, however, Toronto was blessed with the opening of the brand new Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada!   The Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada is home to an astounding 13,500 different species of sea creatures contained in 5.7 million litres worth of water […]
Niagara in the Winter - You’re visiting Toronto and know that you are close to Niagara Falls. You want to take a ride on the infamous Hornblower. If you are here during the summer that works out perfectly. But what do you do when the Maid of the Mist gets docked for the winter? Between October 25th to a vague April/May date (all […]
Bicentennial of the War of 1812 - If you are a history buff and travelling to Toronto, you may be interested in learning about this year’s bicentennial of the War of 1812. Many of the historic sites related to this conflict are located only an hour and fifteen minutes away from Toronto. Many of the celebrations regarding this anniversary are being celebrated in […]