Toronto, Canada’s largest city is a fast-paced metropolis of nearly 3 million people, with world-class restaurants, shopping, theater, and more scattered throughout different neighborhoodsβ€”each with their own vibe.

Toronto's signage surrounded by the buildings

One of Canada’s greatest landmarks and one of the seven wonders of the modern world, the CN Tower has come to define the Toronto skyline.

CN tower greatest landmarks in canada

The Royal Ontario Museum is the biggest museum of world cultures and natural history in Canada.

Night View Front of the Royal Ontorio Museum

The Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada allows you to live that experience, while exposing you to another 16,000 marine animals hosted on site. 

TheΒ Ripley's Aquarium of CanadaΒ allows you to live that experience, while exposing you to another 16,000 marine animals hosted on site

Restaurants, boutiques, arts, and entertainment are The Distillery Historic District‘s claim to fame.

Distillery Historic District town

Art Gallery of Ontario, one of the biggest and best art museums in North America.

Art Gallery of Ontario, one of the biggest and best art museums

Casa Loma literally has everything you could want from a castle.

Casa Loma Front View surrounded by the trees with a fountain view

Visit to the Hockey Hall of Fame to get up to speed with Canada’s favorite sport.

Rouge National Park is Toronto’s own slice of paradise and Canada’s only urban National Park. 

the Toronto Islands, an attraction-filled destination where relaxation is the name of the game.

Toronto’s historic Old Town district you’ll find one of the city’s best foodie destinations: the St. Lawrence Market.


There are many cultural things to do in Toronto, it being a lively, cosmopolitan city, and one of the most popular destinations in Canada.

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