One might turn to Toronto for its visuals or s fair similarity with the New York City but it’s only when you enter the city that you realize what’s truly inside it. From museums to architecture, Toronto’s evergrowing beauty is sure to mesmerize you and that’s why it’s rated by Forbes magazine as “the world’s newest great city.” Representing hundreds of culture and languages, you’re sure to find one of yours, in Toronto. Take a sneak peek into the astonishing wonders of Toronto and explore the most by visiting the city yourself.
- CN Tower: Toronto's pride, the CN Tower, was built in 1976 and held the record of being the world’s tallest building for 32 years till 2007. With a height of 553 m (1,815 ft), CN Tower still maintains its place in world’s highest towers and world’s highest free-standing buildings. Originally built to broadcast signals to the Canadian National Railway, CN Tower is now celebrated as an architectural triumph of entire Canada and is famous for entertainment and dining destination. Take in as much beauty as you can from top of the tower and for an adrenaline rush, you can try the EdgeWalk, which lets you walk on the five foot wide exterior of the tower.
- Royal Ontario Museum: Get some chunk of art and science at Canada's largest museum-Royal Ontario Museum. Its tie-ups with the University of Toronto lets the museum offer informative and up-to-date exhibits on everything from dinosaurs to modern fashion trends. It holds an extensive collection of artworks from all over the world. The museum's bold exterior features striking crystalline features contrasted with the building's original façade which makes it look more appealing and intriguing to the visitors.
- Ripley's Aquarium of Canada: Home to 16,000 animals, 100 interactive displays and three touch exhibits featuring sharks, stingrays, and horseshoe crabs, Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada is undoubtedly the most popular and exciting places of Toronto. The Aquarium also has North America's longest underwater viewing tunnel and get to see a whole wide range of marine animals, take a look at their lifestyle. If you have kids along, do not forget to visit Planet Jellies which exclusively has five species of jellies in a color-changing display. Take your time in exploring and gasping at animals and if you manage to make it to the Daily Dive Show, you’ll get to see the divers who communicate with aquarium educators and the audience. Some way to teach kids about marine life!
- Casa Loma: Once a dream castle of a Canadian financer, is now a tourist attraction of Toronto. Be prepared to be mesmerized by the magnificent romantic beauty of Casa Loma which was built in the early 20th century, re-creating the features of Norman, Gothic and Romanesque elements. Casa Loma has 98 rooms along with a huge ground, stables, carriage room, and gardens. The magnificent estate is surrounded by 5 acres of Estate Gardens, featuring various sculptures, fountains, and formal perennial borders. Inside the castle, you’ll be stunned to notice the secret passages and well-decorated suites. Don’t be amazed upon finding antique, vintage and modern day cars in the stables.
- Niagara Falls: ranked as the third biggest waterfall in the world, Niagara falls is a view worth every effort. Having the biggest volume of about 7000 cubic meters, the Niagara Falls were formed by a retreating glacier 12,000 years ago and the three cataracts that comprise Niagara Falls are awe-inspiring. Forming a complete picturesque location, the falls are visible from the farthermost ends and are undoubtedly always the same and beautiful. Board the famed Maid of the Mist boat for a close-up experience of the falls. Get up close and personal with the falls by taking the Cave of the Winds Tour.