Toronto has long been Canada’s cultural hub. The city is home to vibrant music, television and film industries, and it’s also got top-notch shopping, a vibrant financial district, incredible architecture and even a pristine, little-known beachfront.
The city’s diverse population has resulted in an arts and culture scene that’s second to none in Canada.
The Art Gallery of Ontario produces incredible programming of Canadian and international artists. The culinary scene like no other; it’s possible to find all manners of food and drink in the city from every corner of the globe.
No trip to Toronto is complete without a trip up the iconic CN Tower to peek out at the city, Lake Ontario and beyond. Brave visitors can step out on to the tower’s glass floor and look straight down at the street below.
Sports fans have plenty to cheer about in Toronto. The city is home to Canada’s lone Major League Baseball and NBA franchises, as well as to the Canadian Football League’s Toronto Argonauts and the National Hockey League’s iconic Toronto Maple Leafs. Want to learn more about hockey? Check out the Hockey Hall of Fame while in the city, home to the NHL’s top trophy, the Stanley Cup.