Dynamic, cosmopolitan and multicultural, Toronto can be compared to the city of New York. Sheltering the quarter of the population of Canada, the city established itself as the financial and cultural capital of the country.

The atmosphere which reigns in Toronto is enchanting and intense, but also “modern, liberal and eclectic”, describes Charlotte Santry, author of the blog Toronto Newbie. To live and visit in this city is an experience.

The icon of the city, the CN Tower does not go unobserved. From the top of its 553 meters, the monument dominates the city and gives an incomparable panoramic view. The center of the tower includes a restaurant and further up is the observation deck. Shivers are guaranteed also by venturing on the famous transparent glassy floor, which culminates at 342 m of height. Under your feet, above space, you will be able to admire the splendid Rogers Center, a stadium that is equipped with a rectractable roof. Home of the Toronto Blue Jays (major League Baseball) and of the Argonauts. The Air Canada Centre is nearby which is the home of the Leafs and Raptors.

A day of fine weather, a trip up to the islands of Toronto becomes simply compulsory. The children will appreciate the attraction park in the city center , which offers around thirty games and carousels. Adults can take in the many different bars and restaurants available throughout the city. Tour buses are also available to take you around to show you the sights.

A tour in the Distillery District must also appear on your to-do list. This district was done up on the site of ancient Gooderham and Worts Distillery, sublimely restored and renovated. With many art galleries, restaurants and bars, it’s definitely an adults playground and great place to hang out on a sunny afternoon as well. It is a very compact and historical district, everything needed to create a very warm ambience.

Queen West is a trendy and very nice district to be explored. You will be able to stroll in the discovery of its independent shops and its many galleries.

What and where to eat?

Many bars and restaurants are found in the city and if you’re up for some Chinese food, then yes like any major city, Toronto has a China Town. Many restaurants line the streets ready to satisfy your taste buds. With Toronto being a very diverse and ethnic city, representing many different cultures and backrounds around the world, it’s hard not to find a restaurant that caters to your tastes. Representation not only from China, but Italy, Portugal, Brazil Vietnam and so on is all across the city.

Toronto, One of the Best Canadian Cities
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