Canada’s largest city, Toronto lies on the northwestern shore of Lake Ontario. Home to the provincial government as well as finance, telecommunications, aerospace, education, medical research and publishing, Toronto is one of the most multicultural and safe cities in the world.
World class art galleries and museums, along with theater and dance make the cities culture quite diverse. Yet, Toronto’s diversity of populace is most likely it strongest characteristic. Over 100 languages and dialects are spoken here amongst the 8.1 million inhabitants. Thus, Toronto has a wonderful international and cosmopolitan feel.
Make sure to check out the world’s tallest freestanding structure, the CN Tower, as well as the Ontario Science Center and The Pier, which is Toronto’s waterfront museum.
Also consider visiting the Royal Ontario Museum and the one-of-a-kind Casa Loma, a medieval castle built by 300 men over the course of 3 years.
And what trip would be complete to Canada without a stop at the Pro Hockey Hall of Fame!!!