Canada’s largest metropolis, Toronto Ontario is a thriving contemporary city. Supporting a mix of rich cultures, Toronto hosts many cultural events. Department stores and public areas have signs and other provisions for multiple languages as well. Welcoming people from all over the world, there are many great Toronto attractions such as these:
The world’s highest tower, the observation deck has a glass floor and the view stretches out in all directions for kilometres. A fee takes visitors to the deck and a restaurant is available for fine dining. Reservations are recommended.
A Gothic Revival castle, Casa Loma has ninety-eight rooms. Self-tours are intriguing adventures, especially the secret passageways and stairways.
Giving a fabulous overview of the history of hockey, the Hockey Hall of Fame is a must for all fans of the sport. Even those who do not follow the game can find fascinating points in the terrific displays. A few hours at least are needed for tours.
Celebrating the wonder of cultures, this free natural and world history museum has displays that draw people into the story of our world from one exhibit to the next. The vast venue requires several hours or a day to tour.
A park area on islands in Lake Ontario off the coast of Toronto, these islands provide a natural space for outdoor sports like walking, picnicking and kayaking. The main island has features like a lighthouse, bike rental and a zoo.