For a big city, Toronto is an easy place to get to know.
Slow down and stroll through the neighbourhoods, soaking up the different cultures that make their mark on Toronto. Kensington Market is a good place to start: this bustling, bohemian neighbourhood is where successive waves of new Canadians have forged their way and given colour to the cityscape. The Annex, Chinatown, Greektown, Cabbagetown, the Beach and Yorkville are other characterful districts that are worth a ramble.
For inconspicuous consumption, veer away from the mainstream towards Toronto’s quirkier streets – West Queen West, the Danforth, College Street – where individuality comes across in unique shops and places to eat. Toronto’s kitchens are as multicultural as its population. Korean walnut cakes, Italian espresso, Malaysian laksas and face-melting Indian curries all in a day’s dining. Toronto also boasts some key tourist sights – many visitors aren’t happy until they get to the top of the CN Tower, until recently the world’s tallest. And of course Niagara Falls is a must. This is a big, beautiful, and efficient city, one that has emerged from relative obscurity over the past half-century to become the centre of culture, commerce, and communications in Canada. With its colourful ethnic mix, rich history, and breath-taking architecture, Toronto is non
Here are a few of the many attractions in Toronto you may like to visit:
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