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The Best Architectural Buildings in Toronto

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Architectural buildings in Toronto

Toronto Union , Toronto
The largest railway station in Canada, Toronto Union serves over 250,000 passengers every day. When visiting Toronto, it's hard to miss the g
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Admire the architecture and collection of Toronto Public Library, a large public reference library. Designed by architect Raymond Moriyama, t
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Duration: 3h
This is our signature walking tour. This 3 hour walk through the downtown core will give you a really good idea of what life is like in the worlds most culturally diverse city. You will also have many opportunities to see some of the great sights that can be found in this big city. With our group size limited to a maximum of 10 guests, you will have the ability to ask all the questions you have about the city and the various things you can enjoy will in the city. We truly enjoy talking with our guests! On this tour, you will see some of the great historical and cultural sights in the city such as the CN Tower, Union Station, the St. Lawrence Market, the city's waterfront, the Entertainment District, PATH, and the Rogers Centre to name just a few. Along the tour, you will hear some interesting stories of Toronto's history, culture and way of life. Make this tour one of the first things you do when visiting Toronto!
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Our expert advice on where to stay in Toronto

Most visitors stay in the historic neighborhood of Old Toronto, as the central district offers unparalleled access to the best attractions in the city and several metro stations within walking distance. If you're looking for a different taste of Toronto, stay in the trendy neighborhoods of West Queen West or King West Village, popular for their nightlife, arts, and cafe scenes. You can embrace Toronto's multicultural charms by staying in Chinatown, perhaps the city's best location for foodies.
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