Cultured and cosmopolitan, Toronto nevertheless manages to remain relaxed, livable, and fun all at the same time.
Canada's center of the arts and media has plenty of pleasant tree-lined streets in Yorkville for window-shopping and wandering; a host of independent galleries in West Queen West with edgy works; big-name music festivals year-round; and an adventurous, constantly evolving food scene. Toronto’s impressive sights may be what pull you in, but its vibrant neighborhoods, artistic happenings, and friendly locals will make you want to return.
Vancouver Must See / Do Things
- Go over the edge
It may be a 90-minute drive from Toronto, but Niagara Falls is well worth the trip.
- Survey the wide blue yonder
- Take in some history Toronto is full of museums, like the Royal Ontario Museum, which houses a massive collection of cultural and historical items, as well as rotating exhibitions, or the Bata Shoe Museum, with over 13,500 footwear items in their collection.
- Scare yourself fit This is a great way to acquaint yourself with the place’s nooks and crannies.
- Shop until you drop Grab some fresh produce and antiques at the St. Lawrence Market, before scouring Toronto’s many independent bookstores for a good read
- Eat your way around the world
- Behold delusions of grandeur
- See a big show Toronto bills itself as ‘North Broadway’, and with many touring companies coming through town, the city has an impressive theatre scene.