Charter a Toronto bus rental to get to CN Tower—the most iconic building in TO! It’s easy, efficient, and, best of all, budget-friendly. Bus.com will generate your Toronto bus rental quote in less than two minutes. Take advantage of our Book Now, Pay Later policy to get the best rate for your bus rental.
The CN Tower is the landmark that best distinguishes the Toronto skyline. There are several ways to enjoy the CN Tower. A daredevil could partake in the Edge Walk, a tour of the CN Tower from an outdoor ledge that’s 147 floors above ground. For those who prefer to stay inside but still get a rush, step onto the glass floor and look down. Don’t worry. The glass was tested to withstand the weight of 35 moose. To enjoy the tower and do something good at the same time, schedule your visit during one of their biannual stair-climbing fundraisers. Climb all 1776 stairs and do it with a group to raise money for charity. Rent a Toronto charter bus to plan your group stair climb.
Why charter a bus to visit CN Tower
Traffic and parking in any city’s downtown core is difficult to navigate. When you rent a charter bus from Bus.com, we’ll pair you with an experienced driver who will focus on the traffic so you’re free to enjoy your trip. To get to the CN Tower, book either a coach bus or school bus. A good rule of thumb: If you will travel longer than two hours, rent a coach bus. It has more amenities that’ll make long trips more comfortable.
The CN Tower is located in the heart of Toronto’s Entertainment District. It’s surrounded by office buildings, towering condos, and must-see attractions. The CN Tower is next to Roundhouse Park. The main structure of the park is a restored locomotive turntable that now acts as a train museum and site of the Steam Whistle Brewery. There are a few other restored buildings in the area, but you’ll also find the kind of big flashy destinations that draw millions of visitors every year. Rogers Centre, Scotiabank Stadium, Union Station, and Metro Toronto Convention Centre are all in the same cluster of blocks. On the other side of the Gardiner Expressway is Harbourfront. Here you can see a show at Harbourfront Theatre, picnic at Harbour Square Park, or catch a ferry from Jack Layton Ferry Terminal.
A Canadian gem from the East Coast, Toronto is a multicultural hub with an up-and-coming creative culture that can rival that of other big cities. Its diversity in gastronomy and arts alone make Toronto a must-visit destination. But add top local attractions and eclectic neighborhoods to the mix, and there is no way this city can be left out of your travel bucket list.