Take on an easy-paced 2-hour walking tour and discover magnificent Toronto. In the company of a local guide, enjoy storytelling coupled with sightseeing and become familiar with local legends, the city’s unique landmarks and heritage. Start the journey from the historic Distillery district and take in the vibrant, bustling atmosphere as you witness the best highlights of the area. Explore the local St. Lawrence Market situated in the Old Town of Toronto. Feel like a local as you stroll the market, witnessing authentic traditions and customs. Then learn more about Canada’s signature sport, ice hockey. Explore the Hockey Hall of Fame and learn intriguing historic facts regarding the sport that inspires millions of Canadians. Take in all the beauty of Toronto near the famous CN Tower, one of the tallest structures in the world.

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  • Explore Toronto's Distillery District and vibrant cultural landmarks.
  • Visit St. Lawrence Market, experiencing local traditions and flavors.
  • Discover hockey's history at the Hockey Hall of Fame near CN Tower.


  • Professional local tour guide


  • Hockey hall of fame Admission Fee - $25 per person

Route & Duration

2 hours
  • 1

    Distillery district

    Toronto CityThe area is a prime example of historic preservation combined with contemporary entertainment. Today, Toronto's Distillery Historic District is a National Historic Site and one of the city's top entertainment spots up in the refinery area and is rated as one of the best Christmas markets in the world.

  • 2

    St. lawrence market

    The main attraction in Toronto is the St. Lawrence Market, located in the city's Old Town. The lower and main levels of the Southern Market feature 120 specialty vendors and visitors from far and wide to buy fresh fruit and vegetables, and confectionery and non-food items as well.

  • 3

    Hockey hall of fame

    The Hockey Hall of Fame honors the sport Canada is most involved in: ice hockey. It operates as a museum and hall of fame honoring the country's best male and female players in history. It offers an interesting perspective on the world of fast-moving sports.

  • 4

    Cn Tower

    Toronto's most famous landmark is the CN Tower, which, at 553.33 meters tall, is the sixth tallest free-standing structure in the world, and it was named one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World. Adrenaline leaves visitors hungry And a visit to the CN Tower wouldn't be complete without dining at the 360-degree restaurant, a revolving restaurant that offers spectacular views of Toronto from a height of 351 meters.

Meeting Point

By the entrance of Distillery district
(Toronto, ON M5A, Canada)
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Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.