Canada's largest city, Toronto, has been named one of the world's most multicultural cities. This has left a big mark on the city and there are a lot of ethnic neighborhoods. More than one in two Toronto residents is born outside Canada. This means that you can find food and culture in diversity here!
The best views in Toronto can be found at CN Tower. At 301 Front Street West. For 34 years, the tower could boast of being the world's tallest building, a total of 553.33 meters. Nowadays, the record is history, but the tower is still one of the city's biggest tourist attractions. 351 meters up in the tower you will find the restaurant 360, which got its name because it rotates around the tower.
For the shoe lover, you will find in Toronto a real treat, the Bata Shoe Museum at 327 Bloor Street West. Here you can learn all about shoes! Here you can see a lot of shoes worn by celebrities, including Madonna, Elton John, Björn Borg and Justin Bieber.
If you like shopping, you will love the Eaton Center at 220 Yonge Street. This huge mall houses as many as 330 shops and restaurants in varying price ranges. Here you will find both European chains such as H&M and Zara, American Banana Republic and J Crew but of course also domestic brands such as Club Monaco.
Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, a world-class underwater sword. You go down to an incredible underwater tunnel, where a conveyor belt slowly takes you around the tunnel while you can admire about 16,000 aquatic animals, among others. a horseshoe crabs, rays, giant turtles and various species of sharks. Other activities to experience are overnight stays in the underwater tunnel, jazz evenings, morning yoga in front of rainbow-colored fish, photo and diving courses.
Toronto is the city to visit if you like Hockey! At the Air Canada Center, you can check out the home team Toronto Maple Leafs. The team has played in the National Hockey League (NHL) since the start of the league in 1917 and has won the Stanley Cup 13 times. The Toronto Maple Leafs have had a lot of great players over the years, including the Swedes Börje Salming and Mats Sundin.
One recommendation is a visit to the Hockey Hall of Fame museum on the corner of Yonge Street and Front Street. The museum is built around people who have been important for the development of ice hockey.
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