Toronto is Canada’s largest city and it’s one of the most exciting cities in the world. It’s a city where you can find anything that you’re looking for, set against fantastic natural city. It’s surely a must-visit. Here, we’ve put together a list of the must-see locations and trips around the city:
World dance at ‘Party on the Pier’
Party on til dawn at the Harbourfront Centre with ‘Party on the Pier’. This dance showcase invites guests to explore cutting edge dance trends from all over the world. There will be live music and participation is very strongly encouraged! The location is right in the hotspot of Toronto’s bustling waterfront area, making this event the perfect warm up to a night of clubbing or bar hopping. There’s also sailing and boating available within a stone’s throw if you want to arrive in the afternoon.
For the more awesome and luxurious experience, it’s possible to book a hotel to fly over the Niagara Falls. Otherwise, you can go on foot and trek the falls with a tour group. There’s plenty to do at the actual falls themselves, such as descending in an elevator through the rockface to wander under the water flow. When you’ve taken in as much awe and majesty as you can possibly contain, then wander to the local restaurants, bars and shops to continue your day out. If you fancy exploring further afield, book a train tip to Kelowna and check out details on Kelowna hotels.
The best Toronto grub
Toronto is now a metropolitan city, with many different cultural influences making up its street life. Green Mango is widely recognized as one of the best Thai places and Rotis is a great place to pick up some reasonably priced Indian cuisine. If you’re craving spuds, then the best chippie to visit is undoubtedly Harbord Fish and Chips
Polson Pier is the go-to range in Toronto to polish up your golf game. You can play all day on the public range, rubbing shoulders with some of Toronto’s most well regarded golf aficionados. By night, the range actually transforms into a drive-in movie theater. A whole day’s entertainment, sorted!
Other, more seasonal highlights, include the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). The festival plays host to some of the most cutting-edge cinema and allows Toronto to became a playground for the international film industry’s biggest luminaries. Movies to look forward to in 2013 include a biopic about the philosopher Hannah Arendt, who worked as a journalist in the courtroom where leading Nazis were tried during the Nuremberg trials.