Toronto is a tapestry of cultures. The city is home to numerous immigrants from around the world, which creates a true multicultural vibe that is hard to miss. Toronto is in the capital province of Ontario, Canada. Several tourist sites sprawl across the city.
You can enjoy the view from Lake Ontario to Niagara Falls because Toronto shares a shoreline with Lake Ontario. This region has Midtown, Downtown, West End, and East End districts. The North York district has the city’s most fabulous art centers. Etobicoke area is in the western part of Toronto; it is ultra modern and has some beautiful gardens. Scarborough is on the eastern side of the city. Its natural landscape is fantastic and overflowing with greenery. York was once a different city, but the two have now merged.
Things to do and Places to go:
CN Tower is a landmark building you should not miss. Enjoy the view from the rooftop restaurant or ride the glass elevator to see the glittering city below. Toronto town hall is also a glamorous building in Nathan Phillips Square. Famous art galleries like the Art Gallery of Ontario houses some Russian masterpieces. Quirky museums like Bata Shoe Museum (homage to footwear) and Royal Ontario Museum (blend of Romanesque and modern style) are a fabulous way to spend an afternoon.
Walking around Toronto is a classic experience. You will see greenery and the flowing streams across the city. Also, food tours are popular in the city. You can taste some of the best gourmet in Canada on food tours. Shores of the lake provide beaches which are a must-go for tourists. Also, the islands offer a reprieve from the crowded city life.
The climate is on the cold side. Also, Winters can be very damp. No matter the time of the year you need to be prepared for the cold. Toronto Pearson Airport is the international airport in this region. Public transit system like the subway rail and the streetcar rail are available. Plus, bicycles are a good option. Also, you can rent a car. However, be warned of the annoying traffic jams that cause major back-ups.
September 3, 2016 11:31 am 2 Comments