Toronto Travel Guide


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    The Ontario Province of Canada is the most populous province within the borders of the country. In terms of land area, Ontario is the 2nd largest. The province is known to the world because geographically, it houses Ottawa, Canada’s capital city. The provincial capital of Ontario is Toronto, which i...

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  • Four Seasons Hotel Toronto

    Seen in Toronto, Four Seasons Hotel Toronto is a luxury hotel comfortably placed nearby Spa Four Seasons, The Pilot and Kidding Awound. Many other prominent attractions c...

  • Le Germain Hotel Maple Leaf Square

    Le Germain Hotel Maple Leaf Square is among the ideal, finest places to remain in Toronto. Nicely placed around Royal Tours of Niagara Falls from Toronto, The Air Canada ...

  • Homewood Suites by Hilton Toronto Airport Corporate Centre

    Including Go Karts Toronto Mini-Indy, Centennial Park Golf Centre and Centennial Park Greenhouse conveniently found nearby the three star hotel, Homewood Suites by Hilton...

  • Old Mill Toronto

    Old Mill Toronto is one of the top, finest places to stay in Toronto. Beautifully positioned nearby Toronto Adventures Day Trips, Evymama Nursing and Maternity Boutique a...

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  • Toronto Eaton Centre

    Toronto Eaton Centre

    220 Yonge Street

    The Toronto Eaton Centre is a shopping mall and office complex in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada,...

    Lifestyle, Attractions, Shopping, Skyscrapers
  • The Ago Art Gallery Of Ontario

    The Ago Art Gallery ...

    317 Dundas St. W.

    Attractions, Arts and Culture
  • Edge Walk At The Cn Tower

    Edge Walk At The Cn ...

    301 Front Street Wes...

    Attractions, Activities, Landmarks and Points Of Interest, Outdoors, Tours
  • Toronto Island Park

    Toronto Island Park

    9 Queen_s Quay West

    Attractions, Activities, Landmarks and Points Of Interest, Outdoors

About Toronto

The Ontario Province of Canada is the most populous province within the borders of the country. In terms of land area, Ontario is the 2nd largest. The province is known to the world because geographically, it houses Ottawa, Canada’s capital city. The provincial capital of Ontario is Toronto, which is the country’s largest city to date. The city of Toronto is part of the Greater Toronto Area, and has an estimated population of 2.6 million citizens. The city is also part of the Golden Horseshoe region, of which it is the anchor city. The Golden Horseshoe region is the densest area in the province, and encompasses two regions, namely the Niagara Peninsula and the Greater Toronto Area. The history of Toronto goes back to the early settlements of Native Americans, such as the so-called Iroquois and Wyandot people. The Europeans started living in the place after it was deserted by the natives. They established a trading post, until the region’s economy and culture grew. Through the years, the city of Toronto had been influenced by alien forces, like the French. In fact, the city became one of the world’s ethnically and culturally diverse cities in the 19th century. Statistics show that Toronto is home to a total of 80 ethnic communities as of this date. The city of Toronto is huge, which is why it is divided into districts. Within the urban jungle are tourist attractions that make tourism a major economic driver. Some of the best tourist spots are the Royal Ontario Museum, Bata Shoe Museum, Art Gallery of Ontario, Ontario Science Centre, CN Tower, Black Creek Pioneer Village, Hockey Hall of Fame, Ontario Place, Spadina House, Toronto Zoo, Casa Loma, Toronto City Hall, Canadian National Exhibition (CNE), Rogers Centre and Toronto Aerospace Museum among many others. The Rogers Centre is one of the most jam-packed spot throughout the year since it is used as a venue for concerts and sports events. Many international acts had performed I Toronto’s largest indoor concert venue, including Madonna, Jonas Brothers, U2, Eminem, Avril Lavigne, Janet Jackson, Metallica, Black Sabbath, The Rolling Stones and Limp Bizkit. Aside from tourist attractions, locals and tourists alike will not get bored with numerous activities available within the city. Nature lovers could avail of a free walking tour or a discovery tour at the Toronto Botanical Gardens or the Edwards Gardens. People can also catch theatrical and comedy performances in renowned locations such as the Second City, Roy Thomson Hall and the Four Season Centre for the Performing Arts. For those who seek adventure, the Toronto Islands are just a ferry ride away from the mainland. The islands offer a stunning panoramic view of lush greenery and nude beaches at the ready. The city also boasts of a vibrant cultural center, which can be experienced in the Distillery District. Known as a pedestrian-only village, the arts and entertainment are highlighted in the form of festivals, performance venues and art galleries. When it comes to a modern nightlife, the fashion district has a variety of pubs and bars open at night.

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