TUI India Pvt. Ltd.
Soulstice, Plot No. 52,
4th Floor, Sector - 44
Gurgaon 122003 | India
Phone : 1800 11 27 37
Working Hours:
Monday to Friday: 9:00 AM - 08:00 PM
Saturday & Sunday: 10:00 AM - 05:00 PM

Route 6 days

6 días / 6 noches

University of Toronto, Casa Loma, Chinatown, Kensington, Little Italy, City Hall and Old City Hall, Nathan Philips Square, Eaton Centre, Art Gallery of Ontario

DAY 1 Itinerario


University of Toronto

St. George is the main campus of Canada’s most important university, the University of Toronto. It extends along Kings College Circle and Queen’s Park Crescent. University College, is particularly interesting.
Adresse 27 Kings College Circle
Duration One hour

Casa Loma

Casa Loma was the dream that ruined multi-millionaire Sir Henry Mill Pellat, pioneer of supplying electricity to the city of Toronto using hydraulic energy from Niagara Falls. A majestic, vainglorious construction.
Adresse 1 Austin Terrace
Duration One hour
Price Adults, C$24. Discounted price, C$14-18


Toronto’s Chinatown is one of the largest in North America. Migrants in the 19th century settled in the First Chinatown and in 1960 moved to the so-called Old Chinatown, the former Jewish quarter.
Adresse Between Dundas Av. and Spadina Av.
Duration One hour


North of Chinatown is Toronto’s most picturesque neighbourhood. It has lots to offer in the way of attractions, with street markets, restaurants, concert venues, design stores, etc. In summer, it hosts several ethnic festivals.
Adresse Kensington Av., Spadina St. and College St.
Duration One hour

Little Italy

Little Italy’s streets are packed with shops, restaurants, ice cream and pizza parlours, as well as the Italian Walk of Fame, with stars on the pavement bearing the names of illustrious Italian personalities.
Adresse From College St. to Bloor St. W
Duration Two hours

City Hall and Old City Hall

The New City Hall is a circular skyscraper opened in 1965 and designed by Finnish architect, Viljo Revell. Old City Hall is now a courthouse.
Adresse 100 Queen St. W
Duration 40 minutes
Price Free

Nathan Philips Square

Toronto’s main square is a tribute to Nathan Philips, mayor of the city from 1955 to 1962. It is one of the busiest places in the city and the scene of concerts, demonstrations and art exhibitions.
Adresse 100 Queen Street West
Duration 1 hour

Eaton Centre

In the heart of Downtown, this is the biggest tourist attraction and one of the most complete shopping malls in the city. It houses 300 shops including foremost international brands, and various restaurants.
Adresse 220 Yonge St.
Duration 1 HOUR

Art Gallery of Ontario

The Art Gallery of Ontario, promoted by the Boulton family in 1817, exhibits more than 90,000 works of art, with European, North American and Canadian collections, including Inuit art. AGO Friday Nights are guided visits that include drinks and concerts.
Adresse 317 Dundas Street
Price C$15 (includes two drinks)

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