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About Toronto

Toronto is one of the most important tourism cities in eastern Canada. It is the capital city of Ontario and an important transportation hub connecting to New York. Toronto is the home to many immigrants from around the world. In terms of culture, people and food, it is a very multifaceted city filled with the styles of different countries. You can go downtown to experience the hustle and bustle of a giant metropolis or you can sit and gaze off peacefully into nature near Lake Ontario. Visit the many neighborhoods full of people from different countries and taste their ethnic cuisines, go to the Royal Ontario Museum, the markets, trendy shops in the Fashion District... The possibilities are endless.

Popular Attractions in Toronto

CN Tower
4.6/5
681 Reviews
Observation Deck
Modern Architecture
Those with a fear of heights might want to skip the bison tenderloin at the top-floor revolving restaurant of Toronto’s CN Tower, one of the world’s tallest buildings and a Wonder of the World for the American Society of Civil Engineers. Opened in 1976, approximately two million visitors arrive per year to scoff at gravity along its glass-floored observation deck, 342 meters above the ground. The tower currently transmits television and radio entertainment for the Toronto area. More importantly for travelers, it offers some amazing views of the city, especially at night when the twinkling lights of Toronto are unveiled in panorama.
Toronto Islands
4.6/5
259 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
The Toronto Islands offer outdoor enthusiasts a host of fun activities in which to engage. Whether you want to rent a bicycle to tour the various islands or rent canoes to explore their respective coastlines, the Toronto Islands offer you a quiet oasis in the midst of Canada’s most bustling city. Once the home of various Native American tribes, Canadians settled the islands early in the 19th century. Now the largest car-free urban area in North America, the Toronto Islands offer you a multitude of attractions, including numerous swimming beaches, the Centreville amusement park and the annual Olympic Island music festival and the Toronto International Dragon Boat Race Festival.
University of Toronto
4.7/5
520 Reviews
School
The University of Toronto located in sprawling environs in one of Canada’s premier cities is an academic center, where talent, skill and intelligence are nurtured and young men and women are inspired to achieve greatness. The University has been ranked in the top 15 in all fields of study in the Times Education Supplement 2009. With imposing buildings, lush greenery and sprawling grounds, the University of Toronto is a center of learning where students converge from all over the world. The University has three campuses: University of Toronto St. George in downtown Toronto, University of Toronto Mississauga to the west, and University of Toronto Scarborough to the east.
Royal Ontario Museum
4.6/5
334 Reviews
Museum
The glass, aluminum, and steel main entrance known as “The Crystal” is often ranked among one of the stranger-looking buildings in North America. The exterior of R.O.M. is just the tip of the proverbial iceberg when it comes to unique and interesting things to see here. Whether it’s world cultures or natural history that piques your interest; the multi-tasking museum has prehistoric mammalian fossils and ancient artifacts from around the world included in its forty galleries which contain a total of over six million items. There are hands on galleries and temporary exhibits as well. A full day can easily be spent here and you needn’t even leave for meals. There are three different dining options within the complex to choose from.

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Toronto Weather

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Today
25 May 2020
15 °
Mostly Cloudy
15-24
Tomorrow
26 May 2020
16°
Intermittent Clouds
16-25
Wednesday
27 May 2020
15°
Mostly Cloudy
15-23
Thursday
28 May 2020
16°
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Kakakaka_Cappuccino   
Posted: 21 Nov 2018
Traveling Sisters   
Feeling the rhythm of the music in Toronto, Canada, you must take part in a well-prepared music tour. The street is big, this is the epitome of Toronto's music development, and you can even see the road to Toronto's growth. This kind of life is for music lovers.  Toronto is a typical English city or a white city of Angru Saxon. It is hard to imagine that nowadays, the unrestrained Toronto, in the 1940s, can only buy wine on the street. To purchase wine, you can only go to these upscale places in the hotel. What's more, entertainment, in the words of the silver-haired group friends, is too conservative before, she must be true, after all, she experienced this era. In 1947, the situation finally changed. The store could also get the liquor license. So the bars and nightclubs came into being. The singers and musicians were invited to perform in the store to attract more guests. Yonge Street became a fertile ground for jazz and blues. Maple Leaves Garden, built-in 1931, is well preserved. There will be photo exhibitions, and friends who are curious about the history of Toronto music can visit. In the golden age, there was a stage where the famous fried chickens were the first choice. Countless people have had concerts in Toronto. These names are now counted, even those who do not know much about music can shake three shakes! Among them are the Beatles, Elvis Presley, and Bob Dylan, who won the Nobel Prize in Literature, which has influenced the whole world. Several generations of superstars have been named in the history of Toronto music performances.
Posted: 17 Dec 2018
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