Multicultural, safe and cosmopolitan - these are just some of the adjectives that describe Canada’s largest city. Reserve your trip to the Toronto and...
See the view from 553.33 meters above the city
Begin your stay by visiting the city’s most striking landmark: the CN Tower. But be prepared, besides offering an incredible view from 553 meters (1815 feet) above Toronto, its glass floor will take your breath away. For the more daring, experience the Edge Walk: a 30-minute walk around the edge of one of the highest points of the tower while secured by steel cables! If you still want more, you can take a trip to the majestic Niagara Falls, just 130 kilometers (81 miles) away.
Walk through the city’s historic streets
Toronto is a city that should be discovered on foot. Its bold architecture can be admired from every street corner. So, don’t wait to discover the brick paved streets of the Distillery Historic District, let yourself be inspired by the Art Gallery of Ontario, have a look at Toronto’s Old City Hall as well as the imposing new Toronto City Hall building. Wander through in the city’s ethnic neighborhoods where you’ll find an exciting mix of cultures, like Chinatown, Little India, Little Italy, Little Portugal, Greektown and Little Poland. End the day with a little shopping at Yonge-Dundas Square, known as the Times Square of Toronto.
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