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CN Tower

The Canadian National Tower better known as the CN Tower is one of the modern Seven Wonders of the World since 1995. It is the world's first free standing building that measure 553.33 meters in height. The tower was built on the former railway lines and is used as a communication and observation tower that overlooks the entire city but is currently famous for its edge walk.

Art Gallery of Ontario

The art gallery of Ontario is a downtown art museum in the Grange Park district of Ontario. Designed by renowned Toronto native Frank Gehry, the museum has been undergoing metamorphosis ever since and has enhances itself it terms of size, aesthetics and quality. With more than 10,000 exhibits and 110 galleries it has become a must visit spot for locals as well as tourist.

Hockey Hall of Fame

Much more than a sports museum, the Hockey Hall of Fame is a lively, original and interactive destination for guests of all ages and levels of interest. The establishment is part museum and part a hall of fame that hold exhibits about players, teams, National Hockey League records and moch more fascinating and interesting documents and artifacts.

Casa Loma

Casa Loma is a Spanish word which in English means Hill House. It is a gothic revival style structure, that was home to financier Sir Henry Mill Pellatt but has now been converted into a tourist attraction that is open to guest and aided with self guided tours and brochures. The castle is a historic landmark of Canadian splendor and elegance clubbed with rich and spell binding heritage.

Toronto Eaton Centre

The Toronto Eaton Center is Canada's leading shopping destination and is an experience that defines high living, offering international brands exciting shopping stores. It is the only destination that offers a vibrancy and exciting possibilities with every visit.

Apart from this, few other places of interest in Toronto are Canada's Wonderland, Harbourfront Centre, Royal Ontario Museum, Medieval Times Toronto, Black Creek Pioneer Village, Toronto Zoo, Ontario Science Centre and many more.

Toronto situated in Canada, in the United States of America is the only place in the world where one will find a mosque and a synagogue side by side, hence called the land of diversity. One can witness world-class theatre; shopping and restaurants here alongside the people are extremely friendly. The best place to start at is the top—the CN Tower, the tallest freestanding structure in the Western Hemisphere. Toronto has a humid continental climate with warm, humid summers and cold winters. The city experiences four distinct seasons, with considerable variance in day to day temperature, particularly during the colder weather season. Toronto is a city of high-rises and impeccable transportation system that helps tourist experience the place like never before.

General Information

Location: Canada, North America.

Languages Spoken: English, Canadian, Chinese

Nearest Airports: Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, Toronto Pearson International Airport.

Best Time to Visit: March - May and September - November.

Emergency Contact Number: 416 - 808 - 2222 / 311.