Browse the designer boutiques of bustling Toronto, sip fine wine at an elegant countryside vineyard and take a thrilling joy flight over the soaring Niagara Falls all in the same day in this picturesque piece of Canada.
With a rich history, vibrant arts scene and spectacular coastal setting, Toronto is a city of many pleasures. Take a guided tour through the fascinating 200-year-old St. Lawrence Market; walk the charming streets of Old Town Toronto; visit the stunning Frank Gehry-designed Art Gallery of Ontario; spend some time among the artisanal studios and galleries of the historic Distillery district; shop the designer boutiques of Bloor Street or the vintage stores of Queen Street West; and take a ferry ride to the picturesque Toronto Islands. Further afield, marvel at the soaring Niagara Falls from your boat or helicopter, visit the quaint town of Niagara-on-the-Lake, and sample fine wine at one of the region’s elegant wineries.
Toronto’s incredible cultural diversity has resulted in an exciting swirl of vibrant ethnic neighborhoods that all contribute to the pulse of this picturesque coastal city. Your experienced team of local guides and drivers will reveal the soul of the city to you in a range of insightful experiences, and showcase the majestic natural beauty of the nearby Niagara region. At the same time, you’ll enjoy restful evenings in your comfortable hotel located in one of the city’s most charming districts.
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You will be provided with a pre-departure package which will include all necessary information that you will need for your trip including materials such as vouchers, maps, train tickets (if relevant) etc.
Meet your driver for a private airport transfer.
Enjoy a unique two hour private guided tour through St Lawrence Market hearing about its fascinating 200 year history. Then after covering the Market, walk around Old Town Toronto including stops at: St Lawrence Hall, King Edward Hotel, St. James Cathedral as well as various historical sites along the way.
Enjoy some time exploring the many things to see and do in the cosmopolitan city of Toronto. If you are interested in art and culture, be sure to visit the newly expanded Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) which has an extensive permanent collection as well as ever changing temporary exhibitions. The newly revamped Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) showcases the best of Canadian and international art, all housed under an impressive building designed by Frank Gehry of Guggenheim fame - consider a private guided tour of the gallery. The Ontario Science centre is a fascinating museum which appeals to both adults and children. The Distillery district, one of Toronto's most historical areas makes for a pleasant morning or afternoon stroll as you can check out the many artisanal studios and galleries or take a shared or a private tour. There are often live musical performances on weekends during the summer. For shopaholics, Toronto's Rodeo drive equivalent is along Bloor street, on either side of Yonge street. Here you will find all of the top boutique names from Gucci to Tiffany's to Prada as well as the upscale department store Holt Renfrew. For a more eclectic shopping experience, head to Queen street west, where there are many independently run stores. Alternatively, escape it all and take the short ferry crossing over to the Toronto Islands where you can enjoy a stroll along the boardwalk or through the residential area with many traditional beach style houses. With a no car policy on the island, it is indeed a tranquil escape from the metropolis of Toronto. If you would like to do a tour, consider a shared or private walking tour of one of the interesting neighbourhoods of the city. Please speak to your Sales Advisor if any of these are of interest to you.
There is always plenty on in terms of theatre and entertainment in Toronto. All of the main theatres and entertainment venues in Toronto can be found at http://www.showmetoronto.com/toronto_theatres.htm
The Niagara Falls full day tour will bring you to one of Canada’s most spectacular sights. You will make your way to Niagara through the towns of Hamilton, “the steel capital of Canada”, St. Catherines “the fruit basket of Ontario”, and the wine region of the Niagara Peninsula. An ample amount of time will be spent at the falls to give you every opportunity to take pictures and admire the thundering waters. Included is a thrilling boat ride on the Hornblower cruise* for a unique view of the spectacular Horseshoe Falls. Other highlights include a panoramic lunch at Sheraton on the Falls and a trip along the beautiful Niagara Parkway which winds its way along the Niagara Gorge passing through the historic town of Niagara-on-the-Lake, voted “Canada’s Prettiest Town”. * Prior to May 15 and after Oct 15, Hornblower cruise will be substituted with The Journey Behind the Falls.
Hilton Garden Inn (3*) is centrally located in Toronto's Garden District, within walking distance to the Toronto Eaton Centre, Dundas Square and a number of theatres including Elgin & Wintergarden Theatre, Cannon Theatre, and Lorraine Kimsa. Modern decor and luxurious amenities adorn each of their many unique guest rooms and their facilities will enhance the stay of their guests. The Great North American Grill is located on their second floor serving freshly prepared breakfast, 24 hour room service, and has an evening lounge with full beverage service. Popular restaurants in the area include The Keg Mansion, Hard Rock Cafe, Milestones and numerous independent restaurants available through their concierge desk. Work out in the complimentary fitness center, relax in the whirlpool or take a plunge in the pool.
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