Discover Toronto, Canada's multi-dimensional metropolis
A city that stands out for its size and modern appearance, reserves countless surprises of cultural, historical, athletic, outdoorsy and gastronomic interest for those who choose to visit it.
Start in the vibrant heart of the city, the super-illuminated Dundas Square, and join the crowd to admire the stunning streetlights, adorn its buildings, and head to the Eaton Mall to explore the Toronto market.
Wander around this vibrant center and visit one of the city's most important attractions, the famous CN TOWER, which used to hold the position of the tallest building in the world, the Baseball Temple, the famous Rogers Center,
the Casa Loma mansion, that operates now as a museum, and the famous Ripley's Aquarium with its magical sceneries of various tropical fish and rare examples of marine life.
Take a tour of the colorful Distillery District and the artistic Graffiti Alley to get to know every side of this multidimensional big city. If you want to admire every corner of Toronto, take the boat and transfer to the Toronto Islands which will give you a panoramic view of the city from afar.
Of course, you should not miss an excursion to the impressive Niagara Falls. Wear your raincoat and head to one of Canada's most beautiful natural landscapes.
Food and local cuisine
In Toronto you will find restaurants with cuisines and flavors from around the world, which will satisfy all tastes. However, you cannot visit Canada and not try one of its national dishes such as Poutine french fries with cottage cheese and Pierogi meat pasta.
Best time to visit Toronto
In Toronto you can travel all months of the year. However, the ideal period is from May to October, as then the temperatures are higher and the weather is milder.
How to use transportation in Toronto
Transfer from/to Toronto
In Toronto you can travel by air as it has its own airport. You can use the UP Express train (12.34CAD) to get to the city center. Of course, there is the option of using a taxi or renting a car.
Toronto has an organized transportation network consisting of subways, trams and buses. There is a single ticket for all means (3.25CAD) but also the possibility of issuing a multi-route day card. Of course, there is the option of using a taxi and renting your own car.