Toronto Tour

Toronto is the most famous town in Canada, and the capital of the region of Ontario. This city is classified as an alpha global city by the GaWC. Toronto is an worldwide canter of business, finance, arts, and lifestyle.

Toronto is a famous centre for music, cinema, motion picture production, and television production. City is home to the head office of Canada’s major national broadcast networks and media sites. This city includes several museums, galleries, entertainment centers, festival and sports activities, which are key attractions to the visitors. Toronto is well known for its tall structures and high-rise buildings, such as the CN Tower.

Torronto is home to the Canadian Stock Exchange. The city is headquarters of Canada’s five largest banks. It has the head office’s of many huge Canada and International Organizations. Toronto is in among the International Management in the Global Financial Centres Index. It also ranked as one of the world’s most liveable places by the Economist Intellect Unit and the Mercer Quality of Living Survey.


Toronto has a semi-continental environment, with a warm and humid in summer time and cold in winter season. Toronto’s environment changes according to location on the shores of Lake Ontario. The water in the river ensures warmer during winter season and cooler in summer time.

Toronto has wide range of cinemas and entertainment centers which includes more than 50 ballet and dancing organizations, 6 opera organisations, 2 symphony orchestras and a host of theatres. The city is home to the National Ballet of Canada, the Canadian Opera Company, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the Canadian Electronic Ensemble, and the Canadian Stage Company. Other neighbour destinations are Beaches, the Toronto Islands, Kensington Market, Fort York, and the Hockey Hall of Fame


The Royal Ontario Museum is a museum of world culture and natural history. The Toronto Zoo, is home to over 5,000 animals which represents over 460 different species. The Art Gallery of Ontario consists of a large variety of Canadian, European, African and contemporary artwork. This gallery also plays host to exhibits from museums and galleries all over the world. The Gardiner Museum of ceramic art is the only museum in Canada devoted to ceramics.

The Museum’s collection contains more than 2,900 ceramic works from Asia, the Americas, and Europe. Toronto also includes the Ontario Science Centre, the Bata Shoe Museum, and Textile Museum of Canada. Other prominent art galleries and museums include Design Exchange, Museum of Inuit Art, TIFF Bell Lightbox, Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, Institute for Contemporary Culture, Toronto Sculpture Garden, CBC Museum, Redpath Sugar Museum, University of Toronto Art Centre, Hart House, TD Gallery of Inuit Art and the Aga Khan Museum.

Shopping area includes of the Yorkville neighborhood, Queen Western, Harbourfront, the ntertainment District, the Financial District, and the St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood. The Eaton Centre is most popular vacationer fascination with over 52 thousand guests yearly. The Canadian National Exhibition took place every year at Exhibition Place. It is the oldest annual fair in the world.


Attractions in Toronto :-
  1. Royal Ontario Museum

  1. Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada

  1. Casa Loma

  1. City Hall

  1. Hockey Hall Of Fame

  1. Yonge-Dundas Square

  1. Toronto Zoo

  1. Toronto’s Oldest Cathedrals

  1. The Distillery District

  1. Chinatown

  1. The Toronto Islands

  1. Jersey Boys

  1. Canada’s Wonderland

  1. Royal Ontario Museum

  1. Bata Shoe Museum

  1. Canadian Air and Space Museum

  1. Niagara Falls

18. Canadian National Tower (CN Tower)

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