Here's an example
of a Three Hour Step On Toronto Tour.
It is roughly a circular
route taking in as many highlights as we can. Depending on weather and timing we will stop at two or three of the major features.
You will be met at your hotel and the travel into Torontos past as well as highlighting the Toronto of Today.
You will be travel up
the main north south road axis of Toronto, Yonge Street to the chic retail area of Bloor Yorkville. Then its up Avenue Road
traveling through the upper crust area of Forest Hill, viewing Upper Canada College and Forest Hill Village. We will then
pass historic Spadina House and its neighbour Casa Loma.
Proceeding down Spadina
to Bloor Street, pass the Bata Museum and the campus of the University of Toronto. Turning south on Avenue Road we will pass
the Royal Ontario Museum and the legislature of the Province of Ontario Queens Park. Continuing our journey south we move
westerly to Spadina again and follow it down to Toronto's large and famous China Town and Kensington Market. Swinging east
along Queen Street we'll pass through trendy hip Queen St West and the Entertainment District with it's retail shops, theatres,
clubs and restaurants.
We will swing west along
King Street over to Bathurst and down to the historic Ft. York that has protected Toronto since 1793. Next is the Harbourfront
were you will have a great view of the harbour and islands and look back to the towering skyline of Toronto and feel dwarfed
by the CN Tower. We will travel over to Torontos stomach the St. Lawrence market and right next door is the Flat Iron Building
and buildings from Toronto's Victorian era.
Air Canada Centre will
come into view where the Maple Leafs, the Raptors, and the Rock play. Next is SkyDome the home of the Argos and Blue Jays.
Up Yonge Street you'll take in the great atrium marketplace called the Eaton Centre. Right next door are the Torontos Old
City Hall and New City Hall each announcing a new era of Torontos growth. Snug next door is Osgoode Hall the Supreme Court
of Ontario. One last look at Torontos downtown and then its back to the your hotel.
Example of All
Day Tour to Niagara Falls and Region.
Your bus is met and our
guide will accompany you to the Niagara Region. Traveling via the Queen Elizabeth way we will proceed passing the communities
of Mississauga, Oakville, Clarkson, Burlington, Hamilton and the smaller communities of Stoney Creek, Grimsby, Beamsville,
Jordan, St. Catherine and finally Niagara Falls. During the trip the history of Niagara frontier will be explained for the
enjoyment of the tour. Upon arriving at Niagara Falls many highlights can be arranged for the tour such as the Maid of the
Mist boat tour approaching the falls or Journey Behind the Falls. Another option is to allow your group to wander the pleasant
parks along the river from the Rainbow Bridge to the Table Rock Complex and into town. Lunch can either be at Niagara Falls
The bus is boarded again
we travel down the River passing the Niagara Spanish Aero Car over the Whirlpool Rapids. Also along the roadside is the Butterfly
Conservatory, the colourful Botanical Gardens, and the floral clock. Moving along further we visit historic Queenston and
Queenston Heights which is the site of the War of 1812 battle in which Sir Isaac Brock was killed. We will pass Laura Seconds
homestead and McFarland House.
We finally arrive at
Fort George and right next door is Niagara-on-the-lake. Time is allowed for your tour to wander the charmed streets and visit
the many quaint stores and restaurants of the town. Time can also be allowed to visit many of the wineries in the area, and
depending on the time of year many fruit stands have the produce of the Niagara Region. It is then off to Toronto.
information and/or reservations can be made by calling 416-367-0380 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Genova Tours (Toronto Step on Guide)
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