toronto city tour

Private Toronto City Tour

Always buzzing, Toronto is a gorgeous waterfront city, offering a world-class array of signature landmarks. Join us in our fully guided, private tour of Canada’s largest city. We offer an experienced tour team with a dedicated driver and knowledgeable tour guide. Your time matters to us! We can customize the tour schedule to accommodate your interests. Especially ideal for families and corporate groups. Come experience Toronto with those who know it best!  
Our Private Toronto City Tour is a geared towards the curious traveler who will appreciate the city’s wonderful mix of old and new landmarks. Expect to feel the big city vibe as we trek through Toronto’s eclectic neighbourhoods, happening waterfront, shopping avenues, and heritage districts. Brash. Lively. Welcoming. Embrace Toronto’s incredible spirit with TruExperiences Tours today!

Flexible Schedules. Modern Vehicles. Exceptional Tour Guides.

Tour Highlights

Casa Loma
(Optional)

Toronto’s ultimate historic attraction, Casa Loma is a splendid gothic revival home. Perched atop a hill on five acres, Casa Loma is in constant demand as a film location. Tour the majestic home of financier Sir Henry Pellatt boasting soaring battlements, secret passageways, lush gardens and vintage car collection. The only full-sized castle in North America, Casa Loma is a must-see, Edwardian-era time machine!

CN Tower
(Optional)

As Canada’s most recognizable icon, the CN Tower defines Toronto’s skyline. An engineering Wonder of the Modern World, it soars 553.3 metres high (1,815 ft)! The Tower offers eyepopping views from the Lookout Level featuring a glass floor! Go 33 stories further to the SkyPod observation deck, one of the highest platforms in the world.

Royal Ontario Museum
(Exterior View)

The largest and most-visited museum in Canada, ROM is home to a diverse collection of art, global culture, and world history. It houses 40 galleries and an astonishing 6,000,000 items including dinosaurs! ROM’s original façade is Italianate-Neo-Romanesque. In 2007, ROM unveiled The Crystal, a multimillion- dollar expansion with a controversial ultra-modern design.

Sugar Beach

A former parking lot magically transformed into a whimsical urban beach park. Located in a heritage industrial area next to Redpath Sugar Refinery, Sugar Beach features pink umbrellas, white sand, Muskoka chairs, and tree-lined promenade. The perfect beachside setting to catch a few rays!

Kensington Market

Designated a National Historic Site, Kensington Market is one of Toronto’s oldest neighbourhoods. Known for tree-lined streets and clusters of Victoria townhouses. Eclectic and multicultural, it’s considered the Bohemian heart of Canada, offering vintage stores, street art, and authentic food spots.

Yorkville

Famous as a Bohemian enclave in the 1960's, Yorkville today is the epitome of chic shopping. This posh neighbourhood is the place to be seen especially during Toronto’s famous film festival. Filled with charming Victorian homes, elegant shops and trendy restaurants, Yorkville includes Bloor Street’s “Mink Mile” for those seeking serious retail therapy.

distillery district
Distillery District

It’s a memorable stroll at the Distillery Historic District, offering the continent’s best-preserved collection of Victorian industrial architecture. Both hip and historic, the revitalized whisky distillery features galleries, boutiques and artisan studios. The pedestrian-only setting is a walker’s delight with cobblestone streets, twisting lanes and outdoor sculptures.

st lawrence market toronto
St. Lawrence Market

A food lover's paradise! Named one of the world's top food markets, the historic St. Lawrence Market is filled with bakers, butchers, artisans, and antique dealers. Toronto’s cultural tapestry is on full display as we walk through a piece of Toronto’s history. Over two centuries old, it’s a treasured landmark.

Theater District

Toronto is a stage lover’s dream. It boasts the largest concentration of stage theaters in Canada and the third largest English-speaking district in the world. Toronto’s Theater District offers touring Broadway and West End productions; and is host to numerous festivals. The entertainment district includes notable historic theater landmarks and is home to Canada’s Walk of Fame. A must-see for playgoers.

Prices

PRIVATE TOUR VEHICLE TYPE USD
4 Hours Sedan (1-3 Guests) $640.00
SUV (4-5 Guests) $720.00
Executive Van (6-10 Guests) $840.00
Large Executive Van (11-13 Guests) $1,000.00
Mini-Coach (14-24 Guests) $1,240.00
25+ Guests Contact Us
PRIVATE TOUR VEHICLE TYPE USD
Additional Hours
(Per Hour)
Sedan (1-3 Guests) $112.00
SUV (4-5 Guests) $132.00
Executive Van (6-10 Guests) $140.00
Large Executive Van (11-13 Guests) $160.00
Mini-Coach (14-24 Guests) $200.00
25+ Guests Contact Us
Above prices include private vehicle, driver and tour guide. Tax is not included.

Sample Private Tour Itinerary

We begin at the lake! Passing through Toronto’s vibrant waterfront, our cordial guide will point out the world-class Rogers Centre stadium and soaring CN Tower. We’ll view the Toronto Islands (featuring the oldest lighthouse on the Great Lakes) from the Yonge Street/Queen’s Quay vantage point. On Queen’s Quay, we point out the Redpath Sugar Refinery, a testament to Toronto’s industrial past. We stop at Sugar Beach, a whimsical urban beach park, on our way to the Distillery District, where we stroll historic buildings now transformed into a cultural and entertainment hotspot. Onwards to Old Town’s St. Lawrence Market for a walkabout in one of the world’s top food markets. We take a look at the quirky Flatiron Building before hitting Yonge Street, passing the Eaton Centre shopping mecca en route to City Hall famed for its ultra-modern curves. Time for a selfie at the 3D illuminated TORONTO sign.
Our next circuit takes us by Osgoode Hall, Four Seasons Centre, and Queen’s Park, home of Ontario’s government. We pass the impressive grounds of University of Toronto, as well as Bata Shoe Museum and Gooderham mansion. Next on view are Varsity Stadium, Koerner Hall, and Royal Conservatory of Music, plus the opulent Royal Ontario Museum, crossing over to Yorkville’s upscale shopping enclave. Toronto’s majestic Casa Loma is a must-do photo stop then bustling Chinatown and Kensington Market are next. We complete our tour viewing AGO’s intriguing architecture and cutting-edge design of OCAD.

Frequently Asked Questions

Every vehicle has 1 driver and 1 tour guide. This allows the driver to focus on driving and the tour guide to focus on making your tour exceptional.

We use modern, fully air-conditioned vehicles. Vehicles include luxury sedans, SUVs, Ford Transits, Mercedes-Benz Sprinters and mini-coaches.

Yes. We can accommodate groups of any size.

Yes. We can arrange a pick up and/or a drop off at Toronto Pearson Airport.  Please contact us for details.

A 10% deposit is due at time of booking. The balance is due 30 days prior to the tour date.  All major credit cards as well as bank transfers are accepted.

Our private tours require a minimum 4 hour booking.  Additional hours can be added.

Our private tour gives you complete flexibility to adjust the schedule.  Please let us know in advance if you have any special requests.