Toronto’s #1 Food Tour. This sprawling covered market with a 200 year history is the city’s unofficial food capital and a must-visit for anyone coming to Toronto. Spectacular butchers, dynamic fishmongers and a collection of unbelievable bakeries make visiting a feast for all five senses.
Niagara Vintage Wine Tours provides professional and educational wine experiences in Niagara wine country. Packages include: Full day with gourmet lunch, Half day with cheese & charcuterie platter, Evening Dinner Tour paired with wine, and private tours in a luxury vehicle.
More than just a show-stopping architectural icon and tourist attraction, the CN Tower serves a practical purpose as a telecommunications tower. For many visitors to Toronto, this needle-like telecommunications tower—often seen from the airplane window—is their first glimpse of the city.
Enjoy the beauty of Canada’s oldest provincial park on a convenient day trip from Toronto. The forests, lakes, and sweeping views contrast with the busy-ness of Toronto. You’ll spend time canoeing, hiking, swimming, and cliff diving (if you dare). This is an ideal tour for active travelers, especially groups of friends looking for a fun day out in nature.
Disclaimer: The local attractions and tours listed on this page are not organized by the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada and as such the organization is not liable for loss or damage related to participation in these external events.