With over 140 languages spoken in Toronto, it’s considered the world’s most multicultural city.
With over 140 languages spoken in Toronto, it’s considered the world’s most multicultural city. The cultural, entertainment and financial capital of Canada, Toronto promises to be bustling in 2015 thanks to the Pan Am Games.
With an estimated 250,000 visitors set to arrive for the international multisport games, Toronto has been busy preparing itself. It’s now easier than ever to get to the city with the long-awaited Union Pearson Express train complete, meaning you’ll be downtown in less than half an hour from the airport.
With the games kicking off in July, Toronto is packed with other attractions for daily adventures. The CN Tower is the most famous landmark and an award-winning dining and entertainment destination. For a different view of the city, daredevils can also brave the barrier-free Edgewalk around the roof of the main observation deck, at a height of 356 metres.
Ripley’s aquarium is a recent addition and the largest in Canada. And With championship-quality golf courses, championship golf courses make it easy to play a round. If food is more your flavour, make sure you visit St. Lawrence Market, ranked by National Geographic as the world’s best food market.
Niagara Falls is just a short drive, or train ride, from Toronto, making it a great option for a day trip. One of the Seven Wonders of the World, whether you choose to experience the Falls by cruise, jet boat, helicopter, or shanks pony, you’re sure to be blown away by the beauty of the area.
If you’re in search of a more relaxing experience, the character and flavour of Toronto’s different neighbourhoods is sure to seduce you with a restaurant scene for which your tastebuds will thank you!
For more information see Tourism Toronto.
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