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Things to do in Toronto

Explore Toronto: Canada’s most diverse city and number one tourist destination


Toronto_skyline Located on the northwestern shore of Lake Ontario, Toronto is a vibrant metropolis, filled with a mix of modern glass towers and charming Victorian and cultural neighborhoods.  This unique fusion of styles is reflected in the diverse population of over 2.5 million – with over 100 different cultures contributing to the city.

For outstanding shopping and dining experiences, explore upscale boutiques and choose from over 7000 restaurants, or take a stroll in the PATH – the world’s largest underground shopping complex featuring over 1000 stores and services.

If you’re connoisseur of the arts, you won’t be disappointed – visit the Royal Ontario Museum, featuring both natural history and world cultures, or the Art Gallery of Ontario, with its contemporary and historic works, and the world’s largest collection of sculptures by Henry Moore.

Stroll along Lake Ontario at Harbourfront – a hub for festivals and live performances, located right on Toronto’s waterfront.

Visit the CN Tower, the tallest free-standing structure in the Western Hemisphere at 553m, and with an observation deck that provides you fabulous views of the city. They offer reduce rates for groups.

Enjoy free Astronomy tour and lecture at the YORK UNIVERSITY OBSERVATORY.

Visit historic buildings with Segway Tours.

ISDC 2015 reduce rates for Niagara Falls Tours

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