Toronto Train Vacations
Toronto is an energetic, cosmopolitan city best known for its entertainment, cultural, culinary and arts scenes.
A rich multicultural melting pot, Toronto is a city of neighbourhoods, from Chinatown and Greektown to Little Italy and Little India.
Explore it as a departure point for a train trip to Montreal and Quebec City, or take a longer Canadian train tour to the Rocky Mountains and Vancouver.
Toronto offers a multitude of opportunities, and you can see it all from the CN Tower.
While you’re up there, test your nerve on the thrilling EdgeWalk and dare to look down at the streets below.
Head midtown to the Bata Shoe Museum and see blue suede shoes worn by Elvis.
Explore Casa Loma, an Edwardian castle complete with secret passages, ghosts and elegant gardens, or gaze at lions, tigers and polar bears at the enormous Toronto Zoo.
Hundreds of interactive exhibits are on at the Ontario Science Centre, and sports buffs can visit the Hockey Hall of Fame to touch the Stanley Cup.
Tour the City! By foot, bus, boat, bike… There are so many fun ways to see the streets, neighbourhoods and attractions of Toronto in a relatively short period of time.
It's easy to explore by foot, bus, boat or bike whether you are staying for a few nights or an extended vacation.
Day Trips & Niagara Falls Day trips are a great way to discover the nearby Niagara Falls region.
Several tour companies can take you there, or you can rent a car and drive yourself.
Explore the falls with a Hornblower Falls Cruise tour, check out the Butterfly Conservatory or shop along the Canadian/US border.
Don't forget to sip your way through many of the wineries of Niagara-on-the-Lake!
Foodie Tours Toronto’s creative food tours highlight the city's vibrant culinary scene.
Whether you’re sourcing your next meal through Toronto’s markets, indulging in delectable sweets through trendy neighbourhoods or discovering its history through a brewery or two, you’ll be satiated with one of these tours.
Trust us, we've had our fill!
CN Tower & EdgeWalk National icon, engineering wonder, Toronto must-see – at 553m/1,815ft the CN Tower is an award-winning dining and entertainment destination.
Spectacular views include the world-famous Glass Floor, Sky Pod and glass fronted elevators with glass floor panels.
Three restaurants include the award-winning 360 Restaurant (elevation complimentary with entree), and you'll also find a 3D theatre, ride, shopping and thrilling new EdgeWalk experience.
Exploring the Neighbourhoods Toronto’s neighbourhoods each have their own unique character and flair.
Immerse yourself in the Mediterranean sounds, sights and flavours of Greektown, or stroll Little India and experience South Asian cuisine and culture.
Take your pick of six Chinatowns in the Greater Toronto Area, or spend a day in Corso Italia, a lively neighbourhood that brings Italian culture to life with colourful cafés and specialty food stores.
You can also browse the bounty of 120 farmers and specialty merchants at the St.
Lawrence Market, or explore Toronto’s vibrant waterfront beginning at Harbourfront Centre.
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