Affordable Toronto Walking Tours
When one is searching for things to do on their vacation to Toronto, walking tours should be considered as a cheap way to see the city and learn about it. Toronto is known as a great city for walking because of its many parks and diverse ethnic neighborhoods. Take some time before arriving here to find some walking tours to enjoy. Letís take a look at a few.
For example, there is a walking tour through Chinatown and Kensingtown Market that begins at the Osgoode Subway Station and ends at the Queenís Park Subway Station (as announced on www.frommers.com). This takes you through such places as the Art Gallery of Ontario, St. Patrickís Church , and the Kiever Synagogue. Donít go on Mondays however as the art gallery is closed on that day. This is just one web site that announces walking tours but there are many more.
Not only are walking tours through Toronto fun and affordable, they have obvious health benefits as well. Did you know that the best thing you can for your heart is walk? Also, walking will help to relax your mind too. And because the tours are easy on your budget, they add to a relaxed mind. One vendor named Moms in the City (www.momsinthecity.ca) has a variety of historical and educational walking tours and they quote a price of .00 Canadian per tour. They offer tours even in to the month of November that take you through such area as the St. Lawrence Marketplace, Cabbagetown North, and Bay Street in the Toronto financial district where one can admire skyscrapers, art, and unique architectural design.
So take your walking shoes with you on your vacation to Toronto. Walking tours are a cheap way to learn all you can about this wonderful city and are especially nice in the spring and fall.
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