Toronto, Canada, is a huge cosmopolitan city consisting of well more than 11 million people. There are four different regions to this grand city with many amazing sites in each region. Toronto is also one of the most multi-culture rich cities and is home to 80 different cultures. With such a huge amalgamation of cultures it is definitely a must see vacation destination.

One of the tourist attractions is the Eaton Centre. It houses around 250 stores and is sitting in the middle of Toronto downtown. CN Tower is yet another tallest man-made structure standing at 1,815 feet. You can take an elevator to the top and catch a glimpse of the entire city.

Toronto's Royal Ontario Museum can be your first destination. This museum was originally built in 1910 and is one of the larger museums located in North America. It is a breathtaking version of Romanesque revival with carvings of people as well as events.

Then you can head on over to the grand Casa Loma and step into an amazing era of both European elegance and splendor. This grand and amazing castle was once home to Sir Henry Pallet who used to be a financial advisor. It is decorated with grand halls, secret passages, an 800-foot tunnel as well as 5 acres of stunning estate amongst other features.

Since Toronto is one of the largest multi-cultural cities in North America you can fine a variety of cuisine here. Ranging from Korean and Japanese to Lebanese and Mexican, you can all taste it here! No matter where you decide to visit you will be met with elegance and grace of prior eras.

What To See in Toronto

  • CN Tower

  • Hockey Hall of Fame

  • Princess of Wales Theatre

  • Royal Ontario Museum

  • Art Gallery of Ontario

  • Casa Loma

  • Ontario Science Center

  • Royal Botanical Gardens

  • Toronto Zoo

  • Kensignton Market (Spadina Avenue)

  • Textile Museum of Canada

  • Canada's Wonderland

  • Bata Shoe Museum

  • Toronto Islands

  • Ontario Place

  • Toronto Skydome

  • Chinatown

  • Medieval Times Castle

  • And More..