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Toronto - Free Walks. 2019 edition

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Toronto - Free Walks. 2019 edition

with the nice weather on the way I thought I'd post this for visitors and residents alike. here are some free walks/tours all around Toronto:


TAP Toronto - free, personalized, guided tour led by volunteer guides selected by the City (I volunteer for this). Lots of recent press coverage so book well in advance now.

ROMWalks - free walks with lots of historical details

High Park nature walks

Heritage Toronto Walks - similar to ROMWalks

Toronto Field Naturalists - more of a nature focus on these walks, no dogs allowed

Tour Guys - free guided walks in Toronto. tips accepted but walk is free.


if you prefer to walk on your own, the City has great free info here on Discovery Walks throughout Toronto
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oin us for a tour in Downtown Toronto! We will visit Nathan Philip Square, City Hall, Financial District, Union Station and St Lawrence Market. This is a great way of visiting some of Toronto’s iconic places. We will show you around as a local.

We will meet at College Park at 33 College St (at the actual park where the Barbara Ann Scott Ice Trail is located) nearby the fountain (check for a person with a red umbrella), and we will start our tour by walking on Bay St. We will see some interesting places along the way, but our first stop is going to be at Nathan Philip Square. This place is my favourite in the city since you can take the famous Toronto selfie.

Our next stop will be the Financial District. We will observe the architecture of Canada’s biggest banks and we will check some other places that are in the area like Brookfield Place. We will take a break (and pictures) and we will go to our next stop.

We will walk to Union Station which is next to the Financial District in order to check the architecture of the old building (and take more pictures). We will discuss some of the places you can go using the station and we will go to our final stop.

Our last stop is going to be St Lawrence Market. Grab a bite or walk around the famous Toronto market were you can find a variety of Canadian and international food. After the tour is over feel free to stay and chat with other members of the tour!

THIS TOUR INCLUDES:
• Bay Street
• Nathan Philip Square
• City Hall
• Financial District
• The PATH
• Union Station
• Gooderham building
• St Lawrence Market
saturday and sundays 10a-1p
great for anyone visiting the city looking for a free tour, don't forget to tip!
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