Toronto Sights and Landmarks Guide, Ontario
The largest city in Canada
Toronto is the capital of Ontario, and the biggest city in Canada. The city is the 5th largest city in N. America. One of the most famous sights here is the CN Tower. The tall building is Canada’s most recognizable and celebrated icon and the world’s tallest building. The mega city is home to four professional teams. The city forms a very glorious part of Canadian History.
Toronto: A well known destination
Toronto is Canada's largest city and its financial headquarters with interesting sights crisscrossing the entire city. While not the national capital, the metropolis is the capital of the Province of Ontario and probably the most widely known city in Canada and its history is replete with glorious achievements
The Bloor St.W & Yorkvile offers upscale shopping experience and a chic atmosphere. The College St. and Little Italy is a happening neighborhood with a European flavor even if it is in Canada. Chinatown, Kensington Market has sights depicting images & tastes of Asia and a traditional market. You can find Toronto's red hot night life at Club Zone and could hear the heart of the city throbbing at Downtown Core. St. Lawrence Market is a charming slice of the old part of the city whereas Toronto's Hip Neighborhood can be found at Queen St.West. You will come across authentic Greek hospitality in the Danforth area.
Toronto is host to 3 theater districts featuring fascinating sights, Broadway shows, comedies, dance companies, symphonies and more, showcasing the nightlife of Canada, which satisfies every theatre enthusiast. Other performing arts sites, small and large, are scattered throughout the city, filling the city's schedule with festivals and fun.
A multicultural city
The most unique thing about Toronto and its sights are the tremendous mix of cultures, languages and communities the sights present here. UNESCO has designated the metropolis as one of the most multicultural cities in the world, as a matter of fact, the city is home to more than 100 cultures and its new slogan is the world within a city has earned distinction in the annals of history.
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- Great clubs and music in Toronto
review by mohds2 posted more then 30 days ago
Still a youth town by worldwide principles, Toronto is rising up fast and pleasingly. It’s Canada's largest and most significant city, and its international framework is helping as an inspiring instance to the rest of the world. French writer Azouz Begag called Toronto 'the city of...
- Great days spent in Toronto
review by MadSuh posted more then 30 days ago
This is my second time in Toronto. I really liked this place even though I had only little time to see a lot of things. We were mainly busy talking business to some really nice guys. After a day of talking, good lunch and beers, we ended up strolling around in the city and checking out Jeff...
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review by travelgrove-editor posted more then 30 days ago
Alaska - Denali National Park The summer months are pleasant, as July to August gets the most visitors. May and September usually offer a more quiet time to travel. October gets Blizzards and the months between November and February get lots of snow Canada - Ontario, Toronto Pick...
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- CN Tower
travel tip by Sistazzione posted more then 30 days ago
The world's highest freestanding tower is Toronto's CN Tower. From the top of the building you can see the Niagara Falls (100 km), if the weather is clear. It is extremely high. It has got an observation platform where the...
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