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Group tours offer a lot of advantages when it comes to exploring new destinations and landmarks in Toronto. With the company of like-minded people – whether it be senior tours or student tours – it becomes possible to book a better accommodation, charter a tour bus, hire a guide, and plan a perfectly fitting itinerary within an optimal budget.
Most tourist attractions allow tour groups with guides to skip the long lines. Groups can also get access to unique experiences most individuals cannot: like private gardens, observatories, collections, famous kitchens. There is no uncertainty of relying on strangers getting the same original idea at the same time. Night city bus tours are a prominent example: they offer the night view into the unknown city safely.
All Bus.com vehicles are reliable and safe, so the choice of the best fitting bus depends on the group size and the itinerary. If your tour group has a very active schedule with several locations each day, the coach bus is the best option: its comfortable reclining seats will feel especially restful. If you plan to shuttle to a new place each day, a school bus is more than enough. Both come in compact sizes called minibus and mini coach and sprinter vans for smaller groups.
CN Tower is an iconic architectural landmark of Toronto, elevating visitors 553.33 meters (1,815-ft, 5 inches) above the ground. The sky-high observation decks offer stunning views of the city and an adrenaline-infused walk on a glass floor. The Skypod and the edge walk reach even higher if you want to raise the experience to the top. The best time to visit the deck of the CN Tower is the sunset when Toronto is basking in an orange glow.
Situated in midtown, Casa Loma is a gothic-style castle with a large dining room, stately hallways, impressive towers, and a stunning conservatory: a contrasting experience to the shining glass of the ultra-modern Toronto.
The Distillery District is a historic neighborhood filled with some of the best food, culture, and craft alcohol experiences in Toronto. Mill Street Brewery and The Sweet Escape have great food and sweets, accordingly.
Visit Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada to step into the underwater world and meet 16,000 marine creatures. The aquarium keeps modernizing its exhibits, offering a ceiling exhibit with jellyfish, the longest underwater viewing tunnel in North America, as well as other sensory-optimized experiences.
Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), with its 13 million objects in 40 galleries, always has something amazing on exhibit, from Indigenous artifacts and fossils to cultural objects from across the world.
The beautiful historic town of Niagara-on-the-Lake and all the wonders of Niagara Falls are less than two hours away from Toronto. In addition to the overwhelming experience of observing Niagara Falls itself, some visit-worthy places are the Floral Clock and the Living Water Wayside Chapel.
Muskoka is cottage county: i.e. a region with several second homes that is especially popular in summer months for its stunning lakes, golf courses, country clubs, and marinas. The Muskoka region was once named the best trip destination by National Geographic.
Prince Edward County (or just “the County” for locals) is an island on Lake Ontario. The day tour trip will typically cover its famous sandbanks beach loved by nature and water sports enthusiasts alike, and a few food and history landmarks.
Icewine Vineyard is a gourmand’s delight. Icewine is a very sweet dessert wine served in all the best eateries of Toronto, but the actual vineyard is just 1.5 hours drive from Toronto downtown.
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