Places to go:
- Niagara Falls - No trip to Toronto is complete without visiting the famous falls. Located between the borders of Ontario, Canada and New York, USA, the Niagara falls is considered as the most powerful waterfall in North America. A 90-minute drive from Toronto enables you to experience the strength and majesty of the famed falls.
- CN Tower - Once touted as the tallest free-standing structure and the tallest tower in the world from its construction in 1976 until 2010, the CN Tower is one of the tourist spots in Toronto. Some of the main attractions that the tower has are the 360 Restaurant -- located 1,151 ft high and offers a revolving view of Toronto -- and the EdgeWalk -- the world's highest full-circle, hands-free walk.
- St. Lawrence Market & Hall - A combination of food market and art gallery, the St. Lawrence Market & Hall has walking tours and festivals for visitors. It can also host events, such as concerts, wedding receptions, and conferences.
Activities to do:
- Royal Ontario Museum - The Royal Ontario Museum is one of the largest museums in North America and is the largest museum of world culture and natural history in Canada. It is renowned internationally for its vast collections of East Asian and African art, minerals and meteorites, and dinosaurs, all housed in its 40 galleries.
- Have fun on ice - Toronto, and Canada in general, is known for ice sports. What a better way to enjoy a vacation in Toronto than to ice skate and/or watch ice hockey, the country's sports obsession. Visit the Harbourfront Centre or Nathan Philips Square to practice your ice-skills, and brush up on ice hockey facts by visiting the Hockey Hall of Fame.
- Get wet at the Niagara Falls - As mentioned above, it is a crime not to visit this mighty falls on a trip to Canada. Plan a day trip, or even stay for a day or two in the city and explore the areas surrounding the world-famous falls.
- Go back in history - Travel through time and visit the Distillery District to experience 19th century Victorian-era buildings and architecture. It also houses numerous shops and restaurants to cater to tourists and even residents.
- Enjoy musicals and dramatic productions - Toronto is home to impressive theatre scene. With such venues as the Elgin & Winter Garden Theatre, the Young Centre for the Performing Arts, the Royal Conservatory of Music, and the Massey Hall to choose from, any theatre aficionado will surely have a grand time in Toronto.
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