Hop On / Hop Off City Tour Toronto

Hop On / Hop Off City Tour Toronto


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Detail The whole loop lasts approximately 2 hours.
Detail Appropriate for All Ages
Detail Handicap Accessible
Detail Handicap Seating Options Available: Wheelchair Seating, Aisle Seating, Limited / No Stairs Seating
Detail Both Cameras and Video Cameras are Permitted
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Toronto, Ontario holds many beautiful treasures for visitors to the area to see so a sightseeing tour is a must when you visit! This gorgeous city is home to famous landmarks, exciting attractions, and a variety of fun activities that will keep guests interested and entertained. Plus, the Hop On / Hop Off City Tour allows guests to explore these points of interest at their own pace and have transportation to each location. 

Climb aboard a clean and fun double-decker bus where you will be whisked away for a day full of sightseeing in Toronto. This two-day pass allows you to ride the bus and hop on/hop off at the various destinations for 48-hours. This customizable adventure allows you to explore the landmarks that you are interested in, creating an amazing vacation in Toronto, ON for guests. The whole loop takes 2 hours to go through all the stops along the way and your professional guide provides a commentary that gives you fun facts, stories, and history of each location. 

The stops include more than 20 different Toronto attractions across the city. Stops include: 

  • Carlton & Yonge

    - Two city streets located in the downtown area with a variety of restaurants and shops to enjoy.
  • Dundas Square / Eaton Centre

    - Public square in downtown Toronto that hosts performances, events, and art displays.
  • Bloor & Yonge

    - Located near the Yorkville neighborhood district, these two city streets intersect and feature a variety of restaurants, shops, movie theaters, and so much more.
  • Park Hyatt

    - Opened in 1936, this historic hotel is located across from the University of Toronto and has been featured in many Canadian writer's works.
  • Casa Loma

    - Mansion located in South Hill that was built in 1911. The home features a Gothic Revival style and beautifully landscaped gardens.
  • The Annex

    - This neighborhood in Toronto draws in students from the nearby University of Toronto. The lively area features restaurants, bars, cafes, bookshops, Royal Ontario Museum, and so much more.
  • Bata Shoe Museum

    - Footwear museum that collects, preserves, and features exhibits of multiple different footwear from all around the world.
  • Chinatown/ Kensington Market

    - Two neighborhood districts located on the west side of downtown Toronto. The area includes food markets, restaurants, vintage boutiques, spice markets, and so much more.
  • Yorkville

    - Destination for shopper lovers, this area includes high-end boutiques, design studios, cafes, bars, and galleries to enjoy.
  • Scotiabank Theatre

    - Movie theater located in downtown and features an IMAX theater and a Michaels Craft Store.
  • Bell Lightbox

    - Culture center and galleries related to film and art history and is located on the first five floors. The building is also the home of the Toronto International Film Festival.
  • Union Station

    - Toronto's passenger rail station in downtown that opened in 1858.
  • CN Tower North

    - Observation tower that stands 1,815 feet high. The tower was completed in 1976 and gives off an amazing view of the surrounding area.
  • Harbourfront

    - Harbour located in Toronto for boating uses. The Harbourfront Centre is a waterfront park located along the harbour and features events throughout the whole year.
  • Hockey Hall of Fame

    - Ice hockey museum that features exhibits about teams, players, records, and memorabilia.
  • St. Lawrence Market

    - Public market building with events, farmers' markets, and more.
  • Distillery District

    - Once housing a whiskey distillery, this pedestrian-only area includes cobblestone streets, restaurants, bars, boutiques, galleries, and live music to enjoy.
  • King Edward Hotel

    - Historic luxury hotel built in 1903. Many famous people have stayed at the hotel over the years including Mark Twain, Britney Spears, Ernest Hemingway, Elvis, and so many more.

Make the tour customizable for what you want to see by stopping at each stop that interests you. For the ultimate tour, book the Hop On/Hop Off City Tour Toronto for an amazing getaway!

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Frequently Asked Questions for Hop On / Hop Off City Tour Toronto:
  • What methods of transportation does the Hop On / Hop Off City Tour Toronto use?
    You'll ride in a double-deck bus.
  • Is there any walking involved?
    The amount of walking will depend on how much exploring you do.
  • Approximately how long does the Hop On / Hop Off City Tour Toronto last?
    The tour is approximately 2 hours if you do not get off.
  • For what ages is the tour appropriate?
    This is appropriate for all ages!
  • What type of dress & footwear are recommended?
    There is no dress code, just dress comfortably!
  • Where does the Hop On / Hop Off City Tour Toronto depart from?
    You can board the bus at any of the provided stops.
  • Is photography / video recording allowed on the Hop On / Hop Off City Tour Toronto?
    Of course!
  • Is the Hop On / Hop Off City Tour Toronto handicap accessible?
    Yes. There are handicap accessible vehicles if needed.