Toronto Travel Guide.
Toronto is the capital city of Ontario, a state of Canada. It counts among the major cities and is also the most populous city in the country. Toronto is famous for its skyscrapers, chief among them is the CN tower. As a tourist, you might miss the chance to see some city attractions. So, we have listed some of the best tourist destinations in Toronto for you to discover.
This building is the tallest monument in Toronto and has a height of 553 meters, and comes into sight from the ubiquitous city. This tower, completed in 1976, was once the world’s tallest freestanding structure. You can visit its viewing gallery called the sky pod that provides tourists with a splendid view of almost the entire city. CN Tower itself attracts two million tourists annually.
Yes, by the name, you can already guess that this monument is an ancient castle. Casa Loma, once a grand stronghold, now is one of the world’s best museums. It holds some of the world’s oldest antiques in its collection. This medieval castle is not only a museum renowned for its glamour and glory but also a mansion featuring 100 rooms. It includes three dozen bathrooms and secret passages.
St Lawrence Market
This iconic and famous market is well-known for its eateries. It was ranked as one of the best food markets in the world by National Geographic. This antique market hosts 120 merchants, which offer tourists the best quality produce of mouth-watering delicacies. The market stays open from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm and is closed on Sundays and Mondays.
Old City Hall
This city hall is a memory itself as it was once home to the Toronto city council from 1899 to 1966. It is a Romanesque-style civic building, which is used as a courthouse. It was designated a National Heritage site in 1984 and is the most prominent structure of the city.
Royal Ontario Museum
The ROM or Royal Ontario Museum holds an outstanding collection of 13 million exhibits on natural history, art, and various cultures from different periods and ages. Not only does the ROM cover ancient antiques after B.C., but also prehistoric skeletons of dinosaurs of prehistoric ages.
To reach the main islands, you would have to take a ferry from the queen’s quay. The islands are a great day trip for tourists and allow visitors to indulge in activities, such as biking, rowing, swimming, walking, and many more.
Niagara Falls is a sight to behold- it spans over the border between the provinces of the USA state New York and Canada’s province Ontario. The Niagara Falls are three falls that are adjacent to each other- American Falls, Bridal Veil Falls, and Horseshoe Falls. These three together form Niagara Falls. Niagara Falls has the highest vertical drop rate of 50 meters. During festivals and weekends, visitors and tourists alike can enjoy sightseeing fireworks at night.