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Reasons to Visit Toronto - Your Next Travel Destination

Toronto has something to offer just about to everyone. With a motto “Diversity our strength”, Toronto is one of the most multicultural cities in the world. No matter what your heritage is, you will be able to find someone who shares it in Toronto.

Toronto’s Summer is hot and sunny, so the season to soak up some rays at the outdoor cafes, beaches, boardwalks, and terraces that spring action after the long winter. In spring or late falls, visitors can enjoy displays of cherry blossom trees in High Park or brilliant fall foliage. Winter sees the city’s arts, music, and theatre programming in full swing.

Toronto’s attractions
Toronto skyline: The city centre is relatively easy to navigate from museums and galleries to the world-famous seriously cool architecture! It has got attractive residential buildings with apartments and condos, like M2M Condos, that attract a lot of people to invest in homes in Toronto. Some of the cities prominent architecture includes the following,

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1. CN Tower & Edge Walk

Toronto’s most prominent attraction is the CN Tower, the tallest free-standing structure in the western hemisphere and it now includes Edge Walk, a thrilling hands-free walk Glass Floor gives you a heart-stopping view straight down!

2. Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada

Located at the base of the CN Tower in the heart of the entertainment district, Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada welcomes nearly 16,000 beautiful and exotic inhabitants to Toronto.

3. Royal Ontario Museum (ROM)

The Royal Ontario Museum is Canada’s largest museum of world cultures and natural history. Extensive galleries of archaeology, art and natural science featuring six million objects to admire during your visit to the country’s premier museum

4. Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO)

The Art Gallery of Ontario is among the most distinguished art museums in North America. Don’t miss the AGO’s collection of Canadian artwork that captures the spirit of our vast, great nation through stunning Group of Seven landscapes – like the majestic Lake and Mountains by the great Lawren Harris.

The interiors of the Art Gallery of Ontario (Image Source: Pixabay)

5. Casa Loma

Built in 1914, visiting Casa Loma with the authentic Edwardian era d├ęcor and elaborate furnishing and antiques. This majestic castle is a must-see for all the tourists.

If you are seeking some thrill and action include these places in your Toronto trip itinerary,

1. Toronto’s island and central park.

A ferry trip to the Toronto Islands, about a kilometre offshore, is the prelude to a thoroughly enjoyable outing. There are lovely walks on the islands, as well as the opportunity for rowing, sailing, swimming, and other outdoor activities. In summer, the Toronto Islands are the venue for numerous open-air events. The Centreville Amusement Park is located on Centre Island, one of the Toronto Islands, and features a variety of children's rides.

2. Distillery District

Toronto's Distillery District is a restored historic area, which has been transformed into an entertainment and shopping district. Charming boutiques, galleries, artists' studios, and restaurants fill the old buildings. This is an interesting place to come during the day or evening. A variety of entertainment events are held here, but one of the most well-known is the annual Toronto Christmas Market. Restaurants offer outdoor dining despite the cold, with heat lamps and lap blankets.

3. High Park

High Park is a huge green space with sunken gardens, hanging basket gardens, nature trails, and natural ponds. Within the park is the High Park Zoo, home to several animals, including bison; reindeer; llamas; wallabies, etc.

4. Toronto Zoo

The Toronto Zoo showcases over 5,000 animals including gorillas, giraffes, and kangaroos.  From the African Savannah to the Gorilla Rainforest and much more, come see furry and feathered friends from every corner of the globe. If you’ve never met a polar bear in real life, the Toronto Zoo will give you your chance!

5. Attend Festivals

Toronto might be the busiest city with dozens of festivals of all kinds filling the calendar year. Some of them are Canadian music week, riot fest, OVO fest, Toronto urban roots fest, Beaches international jazz fest, and Toronto Caribbean carnivals. The Toronto international film festival, Luminato, pride Toronto festivals, and many more are all year long.

6. A Shoppers Paradise

The mix of cultures makes for an interesting one of a kind shopping destination, influenced by worldwide nationalities offering a variety of styles that cater to every type of budget. One of such places is Kensington Market, a multicultural neighbourhood with eye-catching indie shops, endless collections of art, contemporary cafes and vintage boutiques. If you are looking for self-gifting you can visit Durumi, Haven and Gravitypope, while you can shop for home essentials in the Spacing Store or Likely General.

A Clothing Boutique in Kensington Market (Image Source: Pixabay)

Open your curiosity to explore the bright and bustling Toronto with roots across the globe. Art, food, beaches with crazy sunsets, new friends await in Toronto. “diversity our strength”.