Discover a cultural treasure in the heart of Toronto at the world-renowned Bata Shoe Museum. Celebrate 4,500 years of footwear history with exciting…
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The Bata Shoe Museum is a great experience for Mom and Daughter's Day. You can combine the pass with the Textile and the Gardiner Museum if you wish, for a better deal. The visit was smooth and pleasant, the organizers gave enough time in between visits , so it is easy to keep social distance. Considering Canada as an official bilingual country, I was expecting the info and descriptions to be also in French not only in English. You can admire different piece of shoes' art in multiple colors, materials and learn a lot about history and countries' traditions. Due to the pandemic all the activities inside the Museum have been suspended, but visit was still enjoyable!
We were very pleased with our tour of Kensington Market & Chinatown. Our tour guide knew quite a bit about each area and offered suggestions on things we could do in each area based on our likes/dislikes. He was friendly, available (even during a cold downpour), and eager to show us around. It's nice to see a side of a city that is normally unexposed to travelers.
Sam the Tour Guide was highly knowledgable and made the tour a really interactive experience. We had a lovely group of customers too - everyone got on and had fun together. Highly recommend and ask for Sam.....))
I was really glad that I had taken the walking tour of Toronto with Mike Carter. It was not just an experience in Toronto but an experience in Canada. He has a wealth of experience and is very good at using it.
Vale mucho la pena tomarlo porque conoces otra parte de Toronto, alejada del Financial District. El guía me dió muchos consejos sobre qué hacer, adónde ir y dónde comer por la zona.