Toronto is the largest city in Canada, so it won`t come as a surprise there is much to do and Toronto sights to be seen. I selected a few of my favorites in this list:
Canada`s National Tower defines the Toronto skyline and is a great way to see the city from above. Not only can you just go up this tower, you can have a delicious meal here, while enjoying the view.
But there is more! Ever heard of the EdgeWalk? It`s first of its kind in North America, world`s highest full circle hands-free walk on a 5 ft (1.5m) wide ledge encircling the top of the Tower`s main pad. Are you brave enough? Find more info here: www.edgewalkcntower.ca
A cobblestone village and a former whisky distillery, now home to luxury shops, galleries and restaurants. A nice place to wander around and walk into the quaint little shops, like SOMA, an artisan chocolate maker at 55 Mill Street. Try the hot chocolate! Web: www.somachocolate.com
St Lawrence Market
A fun and quirky place to hang out, mostly for vintage shopping, but you can also do your grocery shopping here, added bonus: much cheaper here. Have a drink at one of the coffee shops or walk around and admire all the street art in this artistic haven.
Yorkville, West Queen West and many more. Check out Toronto: shopping!
A unique shoe museum of 4 floors: Basement: all about shoes / Ground floor: footprints on the world stage / Floor 2: beauty, identity, pride ~ the roaring twenties / Floor 3: Art in shoes ~ shoes in art.
Trinity Bellwoods Park
Do as the locals and have a picnic at this park, or just enjoy people watching while enjoying the sunshine. Web: www.trinitybellwoods.ca
Yonge – Dundas Square
Fun fact: Toronto has the longest street in the world, Yonge Street, which starts in Toronto and ends 1896 kilometres (1178 miles) later in Rainy River, Ontario
Don`t forget to check out previous posts:
Toronto: Fashion & the City
Toronto: Food & the City
Toronto: Shopping & the City
*Thanks to Toronto Tourism for inviting me, as always opinions are my own.