Meet 5 Must-see places for anyone going to TorontoJuly 12, 2017
Today we bring to our readers 5 of must-see places tips Toronto, content made by our friend and fellow blogger Francisco blog Border expand Froteiras, see below.
The City of Toronto is Canada's largest and the capital of the province of Ontario. It is also a very cosmopolitan city, with people from around the world, that make it multicultural. We selected 5 places you can not fail to know in Toronto.
1 – CN Tower
The CN Tower is the most visited tourist attraction in Canada.
It is a communication tower 553 m height, and once the tallest building in the world. It was built in order to improve the broadcasting of a city growing rapidly, and that turned out to be a great observatory of the city. You have two ticket options, the package “Observation Experience Plus”, allowing access to the Sky Pod, a 447 m height and simpler package, O “Observation Experience”, allowing up to Look Out Level, a 346 m, and the Glass Floor, which is a glass floor that makes you above the abyss… literally.
2- Ripley’s Aquarium
Located right next to the CN Tower, Ripley's Aquarium is the largest aquarium in Canada and which has the largest collection of sharks in North America. The culmination of the visit is a treadmill where people pass beneath the huge aquarium with sharks, stingrays and other species.
3 – Distillery District
The The Distillery District is a set of buildings that belonged to the former Gooderham and Worts distillery, all Victorian, which produced alcoholic drinks, and became the world's largest industry. After years of neglect, the space was reinvented by investors, becoming a city of culture exponent. Besides the huge spider (American artist Michael Christian), on site there 22 art galleries, 18 shops and bars and restaurants.
4 – Dundas Square
This square is one of the leading Toronto, if not the most important. Besides staying in a downtown area, surrounded by bars, restaurants and shops, It has huge screens and is well lit., which explains the fact be known as the Times Square of Toronto. Loosely speaking, It is a must for the tourist who goes to Toronto.
5 – Niagara Falls
Although not stay in Toronto, a visit to Niagara Falls is a tourist attraction, it is only 131 km away, Perfect for bounces back. It is the most voluminous of North America, and marks the border between the state of New York, us United States, and the province of Ontario, no Canada. You can get closer to the falls on the American side, or a tourist boat. The Rainbow Bridge is the bridge that connects the two countries, and has its name from the rainbow constant on-site training. The natural beauty of this place is awesome. break, the city of Niagara Falls, on the Canadian side, It is full of attractions for children, as well as many dining and shopping options.