Toronto is the biggest city in Canada and the capital of Ontario. Home of the CN Tower, Royal Ontario Museum, the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Rogers Center, Hockey Hall of Fame and the Air Canada Centre, there is no shortage of activities that you can do while on your stay in Canada’s “big apple”.
Visit the CN Tower
It’s literally impossible to go to Toronto and not see the CN Tower. This tower is 553 meters high (1815 feet) and was, at one point, the tallest tower in the entire world. You can see the entire city if you go up to the LookOut Level (346 meters up), walk on the glass floor and the outdoor SkyTerrace (342 meters up) and check out views from the SkyPod (447 meters up). While you’re up there, why not enjoy dinner with a view at the 360 Restaurant (a revolving restaurant) at the top of the CN Tower? It’s sure to be a dinner to remember.
Visit the ROM
The ROM (the Royal Ontario Museum) is home to a giant collection of cultural and historical items, as well as rotation exhibitions. Visit the Bata Shoe Museum while you’re there and see shoes from around the world from all different periods of time, they have over 13,500 pairs in total (a girls dream shoe closet, no?) in the collection.
Visit the St. Lawrence Market
If you’re a foodie, the St. Lawrence Market is a place you must visit if you visit Toronto. The market started in 1803 and has been a culinary focal point of the entire city ever since. If you’re not a foodie, that’s ok too because the market has a great antique section for some seriously cool shopping!