Canada Travel Guide
Canada Travel Guide - Ontario
Canada Travel Guide - Ontario


A verberating energy blends the metropolitan city and multi-cultural living in Toronto, which appropriately stands as Ontario’s provincial capital. Toronto holds broad interest for travelers who want a variety of dining, spa experiences, shopping and attractions packed into one very modern vacation. Additionally, Toronto is the fashion and financial focal point in Canada and the world, which is perfectly complimented by Lake Ontario as the back drop creating one of the most well traveled and most beautifully set cities on the planet.Romancing the pallet, ones taste buds are overloaded by the shear variety available in areas of Toronto such as; the historic Distillery District and Old Toronto’s ethnic mix of two Chinatowns, Greek Town, Little Italy, Portugal Village and Little India.

Several famous attractions bring visitors to Toronto from around the world, such as; The Royal Ontario Museum, the Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art, the Art Gallery of Ontario, the CN Tower, and one of the largest zoo’s in the world, the Toronto Zoo. Cinematic goers will find many film venues and theatre fanatics will find Toronto caters world class, front rows seats for the National Ballet of Canada, the Canadian Opera Company, and the Toronto Symphony Orchestra.
Fashion savvy shoppers can browse the trendy hotspots at the Toronto Eaton Center, Kensington Market, and Toronto’s most elegant shopping area, Yorkville.

This booming city with it’s high rise luxury condominium-hotel projects, also happens to showcase fantastic annual events that draw millions - the Toronto International Film Festival (the first Thursday of September and runs for 10 days), The Taste of the Danforth (a 3 day Greek food / culture celebration in August), and the Canadian National Exhibition, which happens to be Canada’s largest annual fair and the fifth largest in the world (beginning 18 days prior to the end of summer, ending on the first Monday of September).

Tourists also adore The Beaches community’s Victorian charm, shops & boardwalk, The Toronto Islands recreational parks, farms, beaches and boating clubs, The Fork York National Historical Site, and, who could forget, the Hockey Hall of Fame, honoring the adored national sport.

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Canadian Air & Space Museum

The museum celebrates the aviation heritage of Toronto and the science and adventure of flight.

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Museum of Inuit Art

Canada’s only public museum south of the Arctic devoted exclusively to Inuit art and culture.

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Spadina Museum: Historic House & Gardens

Enjoy a guided tour highlighting the exquisite furniture and decors reflecting Toronto art scene of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Explore one of Toronto's finest, restored Victorian gardens and enjoy a guided tour.

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Gardiner Museum

Take an intimate look at one of the world’s oldest forms of art and material culture – ceramics.

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Canadian Opera Company

One of the largest arts organizations in Canada, and among the top ten opera producers in North America.

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(Dance, Music, Opera, Performing Arts)
Hockey Hall of Fame

The world's one and only. Voted “Toronto's Top Appeal Attraction” by Zagat Survey.

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The National Ballet of Canada

The National Ballet of Canada is one of the top dance companies in the world. With more than 50 dancers and its own orchestra, The National Ballet presents both a classical repertoire and contemporary works.

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(Dance, Performing Arts)
Textile Museum of Canada

The Textile Museum of Canada (TMC) is a non-profit institution with a collection that spans nearly 2,000 years.

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