Top 5 attractions in Toronto

CN tower, Toronto, ©ilkerender/Flickr

Toronto, the capital of Ontario, is a modern urban centre with many beautiful places for everyone. It offers a perfect mix of seasonal celebrations, downtown core, historical attractions and family fun.  Toronto is a city built with the illimitable imaginations of the people who want to live here or just visit. It’s a gorgeous centre of style, energy and openness.

And also is an intimate metropolis with many options of spending you time, as architecture, shopping, world-class dining and entertainment. Beyond the city limits are fabulous regional attractions within a breathtaking countryside. Toronto surely will impress you with an inimitable experience.

The Eaton Centre

The Eaton Centre is a huge shopping mall in Toronto’s downtown and it is one of the most visited attractions in this area. It is more than just a shopping place, the four-level Eaton Centre is a famous architectural interest.

Eaton Centre, Toronto, ©Michael Cavén/Flickr

Harbourfront Centre

Harbourfront Centre is a 10-acre center that offers world-class performances, arts programming and renowned events. This location is perfect to spend your day with boundless activities to choose from. The unique center by the waterfront offers many water-related activities, such as visiting ships, tours, docking and marinas.

CN Tower

The CN Tower is the most celebrated architectural triumph in Canada and is a wonder of the Modern World. The tower was constructed by the Canadian National Railroad for television reception. This must-see tower is a dining and world-class entertainment destination.

CN tower, Toronto, ©ilkerender/Flickr

It is possible that visitors to test their courage by walking across the wonderful glass floor that gives you a “walk-on-air” experience. The glass floor is stronger than most commercial floors, so don’t worry and try it!

Royal Ontario Museum

Royal Ontario Museum is the largest museum in Canada with natural history and world cultures and it is no trip without a visit to this unique place. The ROM contains minerals and gems, Canada’s first peoples, biodiversity with live animal shows, world-renowned galleries of dinosaurs and ancient Egypt and so much more.

Casa Loma

Casa Loma, ©InSapphoWeTrust/Flickr

At Casa Loma you can experience the elegance of the Edwardian era and it is possible to explore the former home of Sir Henry Pellatt. It contains secret passages, towers, beautiful rooms and an 800-foot tunnel to gorgeous stables. From May to October you can enjoy there magnificent gardens.

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