Private Toronto City Tour

Feel like a Torontonian on our private tour of Canada’s most multicultural and diverse city. Visit Toronto’s most popular sights, its local hotspots, and discover the city’s many hidden gems in our modern vehicles.  Your own private driver and tour guide ensures a seamless tour.

Flexible Schedules. Modern Vehicles. Exceptional Tour Guides.

Tour Highlights

Casa Loma
(Exterior View)
CN Tower
(Exterior View)
Royal Ontario Museum
(Exterior View)
Sugar Beach
Kensington Market
Yorkville
distillery district
Distillery District
st lawrence market toronto
St. Lawrence Market
Theatre District

Prices

PRIVATE TOUR VEHICLE TYPE USD CAD
4 Hours Sedan (1-3 Guests) $640.00 $800.00
SUV (4-5 Guests) $720.00 $900.00
Executive Van (6-10 Guests) $840.00 $1,050.00
Large Executive Van (11-13 Guests) $1,000.00 $1,250.00
Mini-Coach (14-24 Guests) $1,160.00 $1,450.00
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PRIVATE TOUR VEHICLE TYPE USD CAD
Additional Hours
(Per Hour)
Sedan (1-3 Guests) $140.00 $175.00
SUV (4-5 Guests) $160.00 $200.00
Executive Van (6-10 Guests) $192.00 $240.00
Large Executive Van (11-13 Guests) $228.00 $285.00
Mini-Coach (14-24 Guests) $240.00 $300.00
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Above prices include private vehicle, driver and tour guide. Tax is not included.

Sample Private Tour Itinerary

We start the private tour at Harbourfront, going past Toronto’s lovely waterfront and pointing out Rogers Centre and the CN Tower on the way, as well as the Toronto Islands from the Yonge Street/Queen’s Quay vantage point.  We also point out one of the last industry on Queen’s Quay which is the Redpath Sugar refinery.  We stop at Sugar Beach, an urban beach park, on our way to the Distillery District, where we walk around the historic buildings.  Then we go to St. Lawrence Market, one of the world’s top food markets.  We do a walk through the market and then we head to the Flatiron Building, one of Toronto’s most photographed buildings.  On Yonge Street, we pass by the Eaton Centre and then stop at City Hall for a picture at the new TORONTO sign which has quickly become a landmark.

After City Hall, we proceed on Queen Street pointing out Osgoode Hall and the Four Seasons Centre before heading north to Queen’s Park, home of Ontario’s government.  We then proceed along the campus of the University of Toronto, pointing out the Bata Shoe Museum and the old home of Mr. Gooderham.  We then pass Varsity Stadium, Koerner Hall and the Royal Conservatory of Music, plus the Royal Ontario Museum as we cross over to trendy Yorkville.  We venture up to Casa Loma for a photo stop.  From there, we explore Chinatown, Kensington Market, the AGO and 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.