I have used Urban Adventures in many different countries. Beer Makes History Better Tour in Toronto was amazing! Dave was an awesome tour guide and had endless stories and knowledge on the history of beer & Toronto! There were only 3 people plus Dave on the tour, so it was very intimate and we got to know each other as we spent time at each of the stops. While learning about the history of beer in Toronto, we also got to try amazing beer! Dave made the best of a cold & rainy day and really showed his love for his city and of course beer! I would definitely recommend this tour to anyone who likes beer and history!
Ms. mandy w., Toronto, 24 Oct 2016
Had a great day with Zaw. More than anything I enjoyed talking about his personal life and about Myanmar more so than the tour explanations. It's rare to get the local insight when language is often a problem. I appreciated all his efforts and would recommend for others in the future.
Mr. Albert L., Bagan, 24 Oct 2016
Our guide Jim was amazing in adjusting for the needs of the group.
Mr. Amber O., San Francisco, 24 Oct 2016
Ariya and Made were excellent. We saw bits of Bali we didn't know existed (we have been to Bali about 20 times in the past 20 years). You should probably consider the final stop, you can't see the sunset from the bar and it was extortionately expensive, there are better places in Canggu.
Mr. Gary S., Bali, 23 Oct 2016
The names is misleading--in a good way. :) Yes, you do visit cafes and bakeries, but those are just the highlights of a solid 3 hour walking tour of the more residential parts of Venice, seeing areas normally not visited by tourists. Francesca leads you through the Jewish Ghetto and Cannaregio, visiting different types of cafes and snack shops, and telling stories and details about the traditions and lifestyles of modern Venetians. It was a very fun and interesting tour.