Sights of Toronto

Toronto is one of the busiest cities in Canada. It is home to millions of Canadians, even without tourism, and there’s a lot that’s been set up for everyone to enjoy.

The first step is to find a place to stay. Likely in Toronto this will mean a hotel or resort stay. There are a range of quality of these hotels and motels, and online reviews can be helpful in selecting a particular place to stay.

In terms of some of the sights to take in, this article is going to overview some of the most remarkable things not to be missed.

The CN Tower

One of the tallest towers in the world, the CN tower is a sight to behold. Tourists can ride up the CN tower, enjoy the restaurant at the top, or maybe even do the skywalk if they’re feeling particularly brave – an event where people climb around the OUTSIDE of the CN tower while being suspended from ropes.

Casa Loma

For those looking for something truly unique, Casa Loma may be the sight to check out. This is a castle with an interesting story behind it. Since its original owners have (obviously) passed, the city has since had it restored for tourists.

Ripley’s Aquarium

Ripley’s Aquarium is another key sight to see in Toronto, home to over 16,000 different animals and shows. The Aquarium is beautiful, peaceful, and has a lot of different aquatic shows put on for public entertainment.

Royal Ontario Museum

For those looking for a more cultural tour, the Royal Ontario Museum may offer an educational way to enjoy Toronto tourism. There is the Royal Ontario Museum, the Science Centre, and the Art Gallery of Ontario. Each of these is a great way to learn and enjoy at the same time.

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