Toronto's impressive skyscrapers definitely deserve a mention. Most notably its most iconic Landmark, the CN tower, which would be a sin if you don't atleast venture up to the top once, whilst visiting toronto. As at the top it provides slightly stomach churning, but impressive view of this stunning city. Following on with Toronto's most unique and popular traits. Among Toronto's impressive skyscrapers is a population of rich cultural diversity, With residents from all over the world. It's what makes the cities so great. The fact that it has three chinatowns says enough. Furthermore, the city is Full phenomenal galleries and museums. For example the stunning Bata shoe museum, or the Royal Ontario Museum. Home to an expansive collection of both historical and cultural artifacts. Making it a must see. Despite Toronto being a city and mainly cold. You might think there isn't a lot to enjoy in terms of outdoor activities. However, in summer when those precious sunny days arrive, you can enjoy waterfront paths, beaches and even water sports. With High Park being one of the most popular green spaces in Toronto, it's not only stunning but a perfect place for a stroll but also a picnic. Last but not least, Niagara Falls might be a 90-minute drive around Lake Ontario from Toronto, but you’d be crazy to leave this awe-inspiring explosion of water off your itinerary.
Activities & food in Toronto
Due to Toronto's remarkable diversity, the food here is absolutely exquisite. From ramen noodles in Chinatown, traditional pizzas in Little Italy or even chicken koftas in Greektown. Toronto is so unique as you can try all these cuisines, at the finest standard, without having to fly all the way around the world. It's no lie that people who live in Toronto love to eat, so all these restaurants and street food stalls will always have a great atmosphere, along with flavour.
Toronto has everything you are looking for in a family holiday. Renowned for being both a clean and safe city, this is also reflected upon by most the cities accommodation options, restaurants and public transport. With fun filled things to do as well like visiting Ripley's Aquarium of Canada. Home to mesmerising jellyfish, fierce sharks and much more.
The best way to get around Toronto is by public transportation. The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) runs three modes – subway, streetcar and bus – which operate extensive routes throughout the city and suburbs.
The Toronto nightlife scene proves that locals don't mess about, when it comes to activities after dark. You'll see proof of that in the winter, when keen party goers get bundled and line up for entry to the hottest clubs and bars in town despite sub-zero temperatures