Our Favourite Walking Tours In TorontoMar 30th, 2017
Our #FormulaHondaFamily wants you to experience the best of Toronto. There are plenty of options to choose from and they can get overwhelming at times. If you get too comfortable, you won’t be able to experience all that Toronto has to offe. That’s why we have compiled our favorite walking tours in Toronto.
Downtown Toronto Tour by Tour Guys
If you like walking tours but not the cold winter, then the Tour Guys’ Power Politics, & The PATH tour is for you. On this tour you’ll go through part of Toronto’s famous PATH system, an underground system of interconnected hallways, corridors and atriums. The Tour Guys highlight Canada’s tallest buildings and richest banks, public art masterpieces and share the history of Old City Hall, as well as current politics. They offer a variety of other free tours throughout the year that include graffiti and street art themed tours.
Riverside & Leslieville Food Tour by The Culinary Adventure Co.
Allow yourself to experience the many flavours of Leslieville with The Culinary Adventure Co.’s food tour. This tour explores the vibrant community that began as a tiny village in the 1850s and is now one of the most unique neighbourhoods. Sample organic artisan bread, homemade ice cream and lunch at one of the the best restaurants with local Ontario wine or craft beer, and you’re sure to satisfy your taste buds.
Beer Makes Better History by Urban Adventures
The title is exactly what you think. If you like beer, then this is for you. Urban Adventures’ walking tour takes you to three unique Toronto pubs where you can discover local and seasonal suds. The tour combines beer with local history and starts at the Hockey Hall of Fame, ending at the Distillery District. Through the tour, you’ll learn how beer helped the citizens of Toronto through cholera, fire, war, depression, rebellion and the Maple Leafs.
Ghosts and Spirits of the Distillery by Haunted Walks Inc.
Haunted Walks takes you on a tour of Toronto’s most haunted spot, the cobblestone streets of the Distillery District. You will learn about the history of the Distillery District that was once the site of the 19th-century industry. There are tales of tragic accidents and the war of 1812 that await. The tour is led by a lantern light and detail the stories of hauntings, intrigue and betrayal in the area.
These fantastic tours allow you to experience a little more of our great city. Our Toronto Honda staff hopes you can get out and enjoy a little more of Toronto with the help of this article. Feel free to visit our dealership to see our Honda vehicles and Honda service parts for your automobile needs. For more information, visit our website at www.formulahonda.com.