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City Sightseeing Toronto

City sightseeing hop on off bus Toronto 

Discover superb attractions and great sights around Toronto in a hop on off bus. Toronto is a city with a rich history, iconic buildings, and spectacular neighborhoods. The city is located by the shores of Lake Ontario. It has a diverse and multicultural population, which is affluent. The city also brims with a mix of old and new building architecture. 

The double decker bus is open on the upper decker to let you experience the warn sunshine and breeze as you move along. When it rains, you can use the lower decker of the bus and still enjoy your tour of the city. 

Treat your taste buds at the Kensington Market, Chinatown, King Edward Hotel, and at the St. Lawrence. Learn the rich history of Toronto by visiting the historic Distillery District, the Hockey Hall of Fame, and Bata Shoe Museum.  

Some of other iconic buildings around the tour include CN Tower, Bell Lightbox and the Harbourfront. The tour has 21 official stops that you can visit in a span of two days. You can also be picked from downtown Toronto in the first day of the tour.   

Most of the top attractions in the city are free to visit. These include the Distillery, Eaton Center, and Chinatown. However, other places such as Casa Loma, CN Tower, AGO and ROM require a ticket for you to get in. However, with the City sightseeing ticket, you will get to purchase entry tickets at discounted prices. 

The City Sightseeing ticket also offers you a free harbor and islands Cruise. You may start with either the boat or the bus. You can interchange the bus and the boat hopping into the bus after you are done with the boat.

The tour is open for visitors of all ages. You can come with you parents, siblings and bring your grandpa along. Everyone will get something to enjoy in the tour. You can also bring your stroller onto the bus as long as it is collapsible. 

The buses run after every 15 minutes during the summer holidays and about 30 minutes or so during other seasons. Contact the customer care before your tour dates so that you can have an accurate schedule of the travel. 

 Tickets to the amazing Toronto sightseeing tour can be bought over the internet and you get a printable receipt. You do not need to print the receipt, as you will get a confirmation number to hop into the bus. You can also buy the tickets over the phone during the working hours.

 Have a great time touring the amazing Toronto!

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