A picture of Toronto, featured in the Best Walking Tours of Canada on GlobetrottingMama.com

Whether exploring a new city, or falling back in love with an old one, a tour on your feet is often the best way to discover the culture and excitement of your destination. Walking tours are excellent ways to learn the history of a place, and get to know what the locals know. Here are some of our favourites walking tours in Canada.

Toronto: Tours of the 6

A brand new walking tour has launched in Toronto and it brings a spotlight on some hip places, loved by a very important Canadian. The tour, called 6God, has been inspired by Drake, the Canadian rapper. The two-and-a-half-hour walk around the city highlights landmarks like the CN Tower and Rogers Center, and it also explores hip neighbourhoods like Queen Street West. Run by city insiders, the tour offers insight along the way into what makes Toronto, Toronto. Highlights of the tour include the restaurant owned by Drake himself (Frings) and the Instagram-worthy Graffiti Alley.

Check out more great tours from this walking tour group in Toronto.

Quebec: The Grand Tour

Quebec is a beautiful buffet of old world charm and quaint streets and what a better way to experience all of this charm than under the guidance of an English-speaking tour guide who can give you insights into the past and present. The tour takes two hours and covers the history and culture of Quebec.

Victoria: Discover the Past

Take a historical walking tour of beautiful Victoria with this tour company. You’ll explore downtown Victoria and the various diverse neighbourhoods, including Old Town and Chinatown, and learn about the characters and events that grew this city into one of the most beautiful and vibrant in Canada.

Kingston: Haunted Walk

Want to get spooked? Take a tour of Kingston’s spine-tingling past with a Haunted Walk that showcases the ghosts that linger in this old town. It’s a scary good time and Kingston has plenty for your spooky enjoyment.

Have you enjoyed a walking tour? What was your favourite experience?

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