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Travel tips; The 7 Best Places to Visit in Toronto While on Vacation

Toronto may not be the first name to appear when it comes to places to visit in Canada. Still, many may be surprised that Toronto is a major tourist destination, attracting visitors from all over the world.

Thanks to the global infrastructure, restaurants, sports teams, theatres, parks, stunning beach fronts, art and museums, it’s no wonder that more than 8 million tourists visited Toronto in 2010. The city has something for every age group, with different interests and tastes. Also, many events are held throughout the year, such as the Indy Motorsport, which enhances the beauty of the city, strengthens its international position and attract visitors from all over the world. The city’s multicultural community allows for a large number of restaurants to be served from international cuisine, from Chinese to Italian, and from Ethiopian to Moroccan, you will find an excellent ethnic restaurant that satisfies all tastes.

So what are the best destinations to visit in this great city? Come with me and let’s visit the seven best places to visit for anyone wanting to explore this beautiful city.

1. CN Tower

The CN Tower is 553.33 meters high, and for many years the record for the tallest building in the world until the Burj Khalifa in Dubai recently surpassed it. It is a centre of entertainment, observation and learning for many people who come to visit this beautiful structure that has been nominated as one of the Seven Wonders of the World. With a glass floor, an outdoor observation deck, a revolving restaurant, and the Simulator Theater, the CN Tower is a must-visit place for anyone visiting Toronto.

2. Eatons Center

The leading shopping destination in Toronto. It is a multi-level exhibition with a glass roof featuring more than 320 stores, restaurants, theatres and hotels. Eatons Center has the highest retail square foot sales in North America. It is the first major shopping centre built in North America and inspired by the Galleria in Milan, Italy. Whatever you are looking for, you are sure to find it at Eatons Center. And if you don’t stop and want to visit restaurants, shops and people, this is the place.

3. Rogers Center

The Rogers Center, formerly known as Skydome, was home to the Toronto Blue Jays. It is world-famous for being the world’s first stadium with a fully foldable roof that can close three completely movable partitions to protect fans and players from the elements. If you like baseball, you will find a trip to the affordable 9-ticket portal at the game’s entrance. With a capacity of fifty thousand spectators, the Rogers Center offers a lot of atmosphere and atmosphere and also provides a delightful sporting pleasure.

4. Saint Laurent Market

Located in the heart of Toronto’s Old City, Saint Laurent Market is a historic marketplace that houses Toronto’s first municipal hall and first prison from 1845 to 1899. Today, Saint Laurent Market is home to more than 50 gourmet vendors and over a dozen dinners and is considered one of The 25 most great food markets.

5. Toronto Islands

Ten minutes by ferry from downtown Toronto, the Toronto Islands are a popular haven for many migratory birds. The most famous of the islands is Center Island, which offers delightful panoramic views of the Toronto skyline and is full of activities such as miles of parks, picnic tables, barbecues, bike and boat rentals, children’s farm and theme park. For many people visiting the island, ferry rides to and from are just as prominent a point as the island itself.

6. Harbourfront Center

Downtown Toronto Harbor Front is located on 10 acres of pure beauty, right on the water’s edge. This is where you will find an ice skating rink, a broad walkway, great views of the lake, the island’s airport, and a large number of ships on display, including vessels such as the 1812 Pirate from the North Atlantic.

7. Wonderland in Canada

Home to the most extensive collection of exciting games, roller coasters, live shows and fun in wet and wild water parks, Canada offers wonders a day full of excitement and fun for the whole family. With over 200 attractions, including 60 games, 15 exciting cylindrical rides, a water park with slides and a human-made river, and lots of entertaining shows, it’s no wonder most people find that the whole day is not enough.