Up or down, new or old? If you are a daredevil, ride to the top of Toronto’s most iconic landmark, the CN Tower, and take the Edge Walk outside the observation deck – on the very edge, 300 metres down. Enjoy. Feeling more traditional and down to Earth? The Old Distillery District is Toronto’s most historic neighborhood, and it entices you into exploring its secrets – and gourmet produce. Over a third of Toronto’s population was born outside of Canada, making it one of the most diverse cities on the planet.Aromas of fresh bread, rich cocoa and dark beer waft down the cobbled streets. Rattle through the ethnic neighbourhoods on the old streetcar, and get off in Chinatown for dim sums, or Ronscavelles for Polish paczki, a marmalade doughnut. In the evening, take a boat cruise to admire the skyline in all its illuminated glory, before you hit the bars on the dockside for a Toronto night you won’t forget.
Tourists to Toronto also make sure that they add to the memories by visiting Victoria,
Vancouver, Ottawa and Winnipeg.