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What to Do in Toronto

  • CN Tower

    With its 553 metres, it was once the highest building in the world. One of the modern Seven Wonders of the World. Visit the public observatory.

  • Kensington Market

    Unique neighborhood with many interesting restaurants, stores, cafes and other hidden gems. Just wander around and explore this peculiar place.

  • Old City Hall Toronto

    A former city hall and unique piece of architecture designed by famous architect E. J. Lennox.

  • Pearson International - Toronto (YYZ)

  • Casa Loma

    A Gothic revival style house, now serving as a museum depicting life of the Canadians in the past. It was built between 1911 and 1914 by architect E. J. Lennox.

  • Royal Ontario Museum

    This museum with very extravagant architecture focuses on cultural and natural history. It contains over six million items.

  • St Lawrence Market & Hall

    Huge farmers market offering fresh food. Close to the market is also St Lawrence Market Gallery and St Lawrence Hall.

  • Toronto Island Park

    This island park offers relax for all people. It consists of four islands and there are several beaches and amusement rides for kids.

  • Harbourfront Centre

    This cultural centre offers wide range of activities for education and entertainment. It is focused on skating, food, literature etc.

  • Toronto Zoo

    The largest zoo inn Canada, established in 1974. Great place for trip with children, they can admire over 16 000 animal­s here.

  • Rogers Centre

    A large sport stadium which is home to the Toronto Blue Jays and the Toronto Argonauts. Its unique roof can be completely closed or opened.

  • Toronto Eaton Centre

    Probably the most popular shopping mall in town. Aside from the usual, there are also designer shops and a great food court.

  • Canada's Walk of Fame

    A walk of fame that commemorates the achievements and accomplishments of successful Canadians. It consists of maple leaf shaped stars.

  • Toronto Music Garden

    This unique park is a reflection in landscape of Bach's Suite No. 1 in G Major for unaccompanied ce­llo.

  • Fort York

    A system of fortification built by British colonizers of Canada. Since 1923 it is the National Historic Site of Canada.

  • Hockey Hall of Fame

    Sacred place for all ice hockey fans. It is the greatest ice hockey museum in the world. You can admire everything connected with ice hockey here.

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