Even though it'd be nice to find a man who is willing to push you around in a stroller for little to no money, you can get around a city simply by walking. Get out there with this Groupon.
$40 for a 60-Minute Walking Tour with Photos for a Group of up to Six ($80 Value)
LiveToronto's guides let groups of families and friends select destinations for three of their tour's four phases. During the first section, guides might spout facts about City Hall or the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts. The tour's second phase lets groups weave between Union Station's concrete pillars, and the third phase explores destinations such as the base of the CN Tower. All tours culminate at Toronto's waterfront, where families and friends can watch boats or begin new lives as submarines. Guides also double as personal photographers and snap unlimited photos throughout the walking adventure, which they edit and email to customers by the end of the day.
How tall is the CN tower? When was Old City Hall constructed? How many pucks were used as insulation for the Hockey Hall of Fame? The answers to these questions and countless others reside within the brains of LiveToronto's tour guides. Playing the dual roles of narrator and photographer, each guide leads groups on walking tours that explore a customized lineup of destinations. Tourists can strike poses for the camera beneath the 533-metre CN Tower or belt their favourite opera song next to Massey Hall's famous red doors, which have welcomed countless musicians since 1894. LiveToronto includes unlimited photos with all tours, which staffers edit and email directly to sightseers’ memories.
LiveToronto Private Walking Tours
What theatre needs insulators to quiet the sound of subway vibrations? What hotel is home to the Honey Moon Suite, the Royal Sweet, and the V.I. Bee Suite? The answers to these questions and countless others reside within the brains of LiveToronto's tour guides. Playing the dual roles of narrator and photographer, private guides lead groups on walking tours that explore a customized lineup of destinations tailored to personal interests. Tourists can strike poses for the camera next to the Fairmont Royal York Hotel, Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, Second City Toronto, and other sites—the guide snaps digital photos during all tours, which are edited and emailed directly to sightseers’ memories.