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Best Free Tours in Toronto

Toronto is a busy city with a skyline filled with skyscrapers, dominated by the iconic CN Tower. But it is also a city of great beauty. Situated on the shores of Lake Ontario, it is rich in green and open spaces. Booking Free Walking Tours in Toronto is perfect to explore the richness of this city, considered one of the most multicultural in the world (although English is the dominant language, more than 160 languages are spoken here). Free Tours in Toronto are highly recommended to get oriented and understand the spirit of Toronto, which is manifested in a rich artistic and cultural offer, as well as in its position as a global financial center. The Essential Toronto City Tour will take you past some of the world's most famous skyscrapers and you will also navigate the PATH, the famous subway city. Or join a Free Street Art Tour to get a taste of the city's artistic and youth culture.

Highlights of a Free Tour in Toronto

Most of the Toronto Free Walking Tour will take you to its (relatively young) old town, as well as to some monuments of its modern part. Your expert guides will explain the history of the city and fun anecdotes while you see the St. Lawrence Market, the City Hall, the CN Tower and many other monuments. Plus, your group is sure to take lots of pictures in front of the colorful letters that form the name of Toronto! You'll also have a great time exploring the subway labyrinth of PATH: a system of tunnels that protects citizens from Toronto's harsh winters. For an alternative perspective of Toronto, the Free Graffiti Tour will show you all the best street art. This tour will inform you of the different styles and vocabulary, the tools used for each graffiti, as well as cover the controversies and law enforcement policies of the city.

Things to Do in Toronto

Have you toured the downtown sights yet? Toronto is also home to a large zoo, the Ontario Science Centre, as well as a famous museum dedicated exclusively to shoes, the Bata Shoe Museum. Shopping is big business in Toronto, and the city has many areas dedicated to it, such as Queen West and Harbourfront. The Eaton Centre shopping mall is, in fact, the most visited tourist attraction in the entire city. In addition, Toronto is a city where sports rule. Do you like ice hockey, baseball, basketball, soccer or football? You can play any of these sports or visit the local stadiums. Finally, Toronto also has a fantastic nightlife. Try one of the air-conditioned patios for drinks in the winter or immerse yourself in the wide and diverse cuisine that only a truly multicultural city can offer.

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