The tour bus follows a route with fixed stops through Toronto and allows passengers unlimited travel for a day (or other period of time). Passengers have the freedom to get off at any stop and explore and reboard another bus to continue their narrated tour.Click to book your Toronto City Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour.
What Attractions Will You See?The Toronto City Hop-On Hop-Off Tour runs through the downtown district, so you'll see some of the best local attractions during the ride. Standing more than 550 meters tall, the CN Tower is perhaps the most prominent architectural landmark that's visible from the bus. You could visit the tower's observation deck and revolving restaurant for awesome views of the city. The tour buses can also drop you off near other world-class landmarks in the area, such as the Ripley's Aquarium of Canada. Situated near the base of the CN Tower, this aquarium hosts thousands of aquatic creatures, including several endangered species that are native to North America. Click to book your Toronto City Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour. Are you interested in high culture? Then make sure to add the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) to tour itinerary. This venue boasts the largest collection of fine art in the entire city. After admiring fascinating paintings and sculptures, you could enjoy lunch at authentic restaurants in the adjacent Chinatown neighborhood. This ethnic enclave has a vibrant cultural scene thanks to delicious cuisine and other authentic items that cater to the local Chinese community. You could also take the Toronto City Hop-On Hop-Off Tour to some of the city's top entertainment destinations, such as the Hockey Hall of Fame, Casa Loma, Bata Shoe Museum, Scotiabank Arena, Meridian Hall and more. As you ride the northbound route, you'll get the opportunity to enjoy the lively Yonge-Dundas Square, which is decorated with giant billboards and other metropolitan-style infrastructure. This urban public space overlooks the CF Toronto Eaton Centre, a shopping mecca with more than 250 businesses. Spread out on multiple levels, this indoor mall is linked to the city's underground pedestrian walkways that are collectively known as PATH. Of course, the tour buses also stop near Toronto's top green spaces, such as the historic Queen's Park. Named after British royalty, this lush park is flanked by the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), which has dozens of exhibits on natural history. The Toronto City Hop-On Hop-Off Tour is supplemented by the TTC subway trains and streetcars. Therefore, you can get to dozens of other interesting sites in the city that aren't part of the official tour. Click here to book all Toronto Tours.
By: Denise Marie
Published On: 2019-10-17
Updated On: 2019-10-29
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