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Chic and trendy, Canada's largest city is always a cultural adventure. Boasting a bright and buzzing collection of independent neighbourhoods, a host of museums and galleries, a diverse and dreamy food scene, and iconic urban appeal, you can find everything you ever wanted and more stashed away in this mesmerizing multicultural city.
Toronto tempts over twenty million tourists a year and is famed for being a city that is safe, clean, well organized, and well stocked with a wealth of attractions. With over 1500 glorious green parks, beaches, bike trails, kayaking and ice skating - for a bustling metropolis there are ample opportunities to get outdoors. For those who prefer an urban appeal, Toronto is laced with amazing street art, architectural delights, distilleries and microbreweries, and lots of live music to keep you partying all night long. Sports fans will also find plenty to cheer about in Toronto, whether it's watching ice hockey or a baseball game at the famous Rogers Centre. With more than 7000 restaurants on offer, you can also make the most of the city's melting pot of cultures that create some truly epic foodie experiences.
Getting Around Toronto
While Toronto may be the largest city in Canada, it is also modern and therefore well connected. The public transport system offers subways, buses, and streetcars to help you find your way across the city and taxis can be found in abundance. The downtown area is easily walkable and cycling along the waterfront is a brisk and beautiful way of discovering this area. For those who want to get out and see the Toronto Islands, there are reliable ferry and boat links to let you island hop just fifteen minutes away.
A Fabulous Food Scene
With over 150 neighborhoods and thousands of restaurants and cultures coming together, it's no surprise to hear that Toronto's scene is nothing short of fabulous. From hole-in-the-wall joints to sizzling street delights, fusion fantasies, and Michelin star tables, you can taste your way around the world in this city. From Little Italy to Chinatown and St Lawrence Market - Toronto is a smorgasbord of sensory treats.
Things to do
St Lawrence Market
If you want to know what to eat and drink in Toronto, the famous St Lawrence Market has got you covered. This sprawling food hall is a culinary connoisseur's dream. With the building dating back to the mid-19th century and more than a hundred vendors all offering a riot of flavors under one roof, you can graze, dine, shop, and even partake in cookery classes. On weekends the space also becomes a farmer and sometimes an antique market and upstairs you can also find a gallery space.
Hockey Hall of Fame
Since 1943 the Hockey Hall of Fame has been celebrating the famed Canadian sport and welcoming la creme de la creme into its halls. The Hockey Hall of fame is also a museum and home to the Stanley Cup so for those who have any interest in the sport, it's well worth a visit.
The Toronto Islands are a nature lovers' dream. With over 800 acres and a few hundred people, it's the perfect place to kayak, picnic, hike, and revel in the calm of a car-free environment. The archipelago of 15 islands is superbly serene and boasts beaches, lakes, and pathways that are made for cycling. Photographers will also be smitten to learn that this is one of the best spots for snapping iconic city skyline photos too.
The Distillery Historic District
Red bricks, 19th-century style, and gorgeous architecture - the Distillery Historic District is an amazing shopping, dining, and strolling hub. This is also the home of some of the best tips you can find in Toronto with craft brews and small-scale distilleries offering snorts and sips against an atmospheric backdrop. With scores of boutiques and restaurants to boot, there's always a vibrant air around the Distillery Historic District.
See All the Art
Toronto is a creative jewel in Canada's crown. The city itself is splattered with street art, graffiti, and glorious murals, especially around the Financial District, Kensington Market, and the aptly named Graffiti Alley. If you prefer to see creations housed inside galleries and museums, you will find the Art Gallery of Ontario and Royal Ontario Museum more than accommodating with its generous collection of art, sculptures, and famous landscape paintings.