Although Toronto is the largest city in the country, it has just over two million six hundred thousand inhabitants. Which compared to capitals like those of Mexico, many European, and almost any Asian, would situate it like a big city without more. But there are a lot of interesting things to see in Toronto, which make it a really special city for the visitor. Let’s take a look at some:
The CN Tower is one of the highest towers in the world (553 m) and is a symbol of Toronto. It is “the” place that you can not miss in the city. In its viewpoint, in addition to magnificent views of the whole city, you have a restaurant where you can enjoy lunch in what is considered one of the Seven Wonders of modern world engineering.
St. Lawrence Market
It is the most important market of the city besides one of the most traditional buildings of the Toronto. In the summer months there is an outdoor outdoor area where tastings are offered and local fresh produce is sold.
It is an unusual and different place. On the cultural side, in its streets are the largest and best preserved samples of Victorian industrial architecture in all of North America. On the side of leisure is the funniest and youngest area of Toronto. Liquor factories were disappearing and transforming an industrial area into a depressed area, and then opened up leisure and entertainment venues, being the core of the city for entertainment.
The city is Toronto is quite distant from the coast. Instead, it has near the shores of Lake Ontario. In this lake we have the Toronto Islands where you will find peace and tranquility in a privileged natural environment formed by sediments of the currents of the lake.
Royal Ontario Museum
If we speak of cultural interest, this is the key reference not only to Toronto, but to the whole country. It has exhibits of art, natural history, world cultures and temporary exhibitions throughout the year.
If you leave Toronto without approaching the suburbs to get to know Niagara Falls it is as if you have not gone. They are “the” must visit of Canada, and include Canadian and North American zone. Its sound is thunderous throughout its 945 m of development and 54 m of fall in unevenness. In addition to an impressive natural enclave they are a great source of hydroelectric power