Toronto is Canada’s largest city. The contrast between authenticity and modernity is the charm of Toronto. It is quite possible to visit Toronto in 2 days and discover its must-see sites. One day is enough to visit the city, so your trip to Toronto may include a trip to Niagara Falls.
A DAY TO VISIT THE CITY OF TORONTO
Kensington Market is Toronto’s cultural hub. The bohemian atmosphere is enough to completely change the traveller’s mind. The old houses, most of which house vintage shops, are in themselves true works of street art. Nathan Phillips Square is also an unmissable place in Toronto. The site houses the famous TORONTO letters and the City Hall. It includes the town hall and the Old City Hall, which are real architectural remains. At the end of the day, residents and travellers climb the 346 m of the CN Tower to admire the panoramic view of the entire city. The tower houses a restaurant with a 360° view of Toronto. If there are a few hours left, a visit to the Toronto Railway Museum, a visit to Chinatown, a jump to St Lawrence Market and Ripley’s Aquarium are recommended.
Toronto comes alive more at nightfall. Take advantage of your trip to Canada to go out and spend an evening in the city’s many trendy bars and clubs.
A MANDATORY PASSAGE THROUGH NIAGARA FALLS DURING A STAY IN TORONTO
Located nearly 2 hours by car from Toronto, Niagara Falls is a must see for a vacation or weekend in Canada’s largest city. One day is enough to enjoy these exceptional natural wonders. On the program: climb to the top of the Skylon tower. This way, you can enjoy the best view of the 3 falls. Then take a boat trip to get a closer look at the falls, so you can go behind the falls for a unique experience! This is done in a specially designed tunnel. However, don’t forget to take as many pictures as possible. You will have the opportunity to photograph the waterfalls from several angles to capture this day of your Toronto vacation!
In the register of new experiences, a day trip to the islands is to be done during your 2-day trip to Toronto. A ferry regularly connects the Toronto Islands from Jack Layton Ferry Terminal.