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Discover sparkling Toronto, the largest city in Canada, with its glittering waterfront developments beneath the sky-piercing CN Tower.
Toronto is a city of marvellous sights, ranging from the impressive waterfront of Lake Ontario and the CN Tower to the Financial District and Chinatown. Visitors can enjoy city’s charms, with its colourful, contrasting historic districts and its ultra-modern shopping malls, joined by interconnecting walkways.
Standing at 553.33 metres tall, and one of Canada’s major icons, the CN Tower, an architectural masterpiece offers sweeping panoramic views of the city and Lake Ontario. Take in the spectacular city skyline on a Toronto tour, with views of Toronto Island parkland and waterways, Harbourfront Centre, and Rogers Centre.Read more
Toronto is a vibrant city of art and culture; from the Royal Ontario Museum with its artefacts, to the Art Gallery of Ontario with its fascinating architecture. Home to Greek town and China town there is plenty to explore and to eat on a short break in Toronto. Although you may be in a Canadian city, eating here will take you on a journey around the world with its diverse range of cultures and culinary influences. From Jamaican jerk chicken to sweet Mexican churros the flavours on offer on a tour of Toronto are extensive. Or stay closer to home with traditional poutine - fries smothered in gravy and cheese curds, it has to be tasted to be truly appreciated. Make the most of the city’s cosmopolitan dining options, or perhaps take in a show – Toronto is Canada’s capital of theatre so you know you’re in good hands when it comes to evening entertainment on a short break in Toronto.
Be sure to visit the St Lawrence Market - a must-visit for all foodies on a Toronto tour. This centuries old market is home to over one hundred market vendors and shopkeepers selling fresh produce including fruits, meat, vegetables, fresh fish, herbs and spices. Whether you’re looking for a bite to eat, or simply want to take in the history and culture that has passed down through the years in this characterful market, a short break in Toronto wouldn’t be complete without a visit here. Peruse the North and South halls for the best of local fare, and be sure to visit both upper and lower levels to really take it all in. St Lawrence Hall also plays host to public events such as art shows, live music and even weddings. Be sure to take a look at what’s on here during your tour of Toronto as the events here can be well worth a visit.
Head to Casa Loma, or perhaps see the University of Toronto and the Hockey Hall of Fame. This is a dynamic city with something for every type of traveler on a short break in Toronto.
Whatever your tastes are, you’ll find something to suit your needs on a Toronto tour. Book one of our tours to Canada and explore Toronto’s highlights with us.