The North Tour travels all the way up Yonge Street as you ride through Toronto's exclusive Yorkville shopping district and on to the Royal Ontario Museum. Tour highlights include the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto's City Hall and the Ontario College of Art as you will make your way across Queen Street visiting The Eaton Centre and both the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatres.

Here is a quick tip on tipping; If you’re happy with the service you receive, a 15% to 20% tip on the pre-tax bill is a standard expression of appreciation. When dining out, be aware that some restaurants automatically add this gratuity when serving large groups, so be sure to check your bill.

Dundas Square is situated at the city’s busiest intersection, surrounded by 3 shopping centres. The square hosts activities ranging from festivals to concerts and special events.

North America's largest downtown shopping centre is bursting with more than 285 specialty shops, services and restaurants all under a spectacular glass vaulted ceiling.

Church Wellesley Village is Canada's largest gay and lesbian and one of our most colourful communities. The world famous area boasts unique shopping, great restaurants and a vibrant nightlife.

Toronto's classical venue was a gift from the Massey family to the city. Opening in 1894 Massey Hall continues to be the venue of choice for orchestral ensembles and performing artists.

Located in the heart of city, The Ontario College of Art and Design is the only school of its kind in Canada. It's the largest artistic learning centre for professional design and boasts enrolment of over 3,500.

The historic Panasonic Theatre has had many names since it’s conversion to a movie house in 1919. This newly renovated, state of the art theatre & concert venue continues to dazzle.

The Ontario Legislative Building is often referred to as Queen's Park, though the name actually refers to the beautiful grounds that surround it.

Often compared to New York’s SoHo district, Queen West is where you go to find one-of-a-kind fashions that are hip, trendy and cool. It’s a style-conscious hangout with its many music stores, cafes, and night clubs.

Home to 6 million artefacts and 40 galleries! The ROM opened in 1914 and welcomes over 1 million visitors a year. A recent renovation entitled the Michael Lee-Chin Crystal now highlights the building.

Completed in 1848, St.Michael's Cathedral is the principal seat of the Catholic Archdiocese of Toronto. Venerated for its musical tradition, this 165 year old building is a testimant to early Toronto.

The Canon Theatre began its life in 1920 as a combination vaudeville and motion picture theatre in the Pantages theatre circuit. Now, almost 100 years later it stands as pillar of the Mirvish Theatre Empire.

Known as "Hospital Row" due to its concentration of large hospitals, University Avenue is a busy street in Downtown Toronto. It is Canada's largest research hub and one of the world's largest biomedical clusters.

U of T was founded as King’s College in 1827 and has evolved into a 176 acre complex institution occupying three campuses. The St. George campus combines historic architecture and inviting green spaces.

Yonge Street is the longest street in the world at 1,896 Kilometres and is considered to be Toronto's main road, dividing the city into east and west.

Yorkville is one of Canada's most exclusive style districts, known for its upscale boutiques, restaurants, galleries and 5 star hotels. It’s the place to see and be seen and is the main hangout for Hollywood celebrities while visiting Toronto.

The Ryerson Institute of Technology was founded in 1948 and became a degree granting university in 1971. Today it's known as Ryerson Univsersity and stands as one of Canada's leading engineering and business schools.

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