Toronto, where all flavors are welcome, sits proudly on a beautiful waterfront surrounded by lakes, a plethora of urban parks and monuments, and is a melting pot of diversity. The variety of cultures left over from the York days of the French and British have grown in terms of increasing numbers of Italians, Indians, Portuguese, and Chinese. This burst of culture has encouraged even more types of cultures to flourish in the Canadian city.
Toronto is the largest city in Canada with a population of approximately 5.6 million people. The city should in be seen by foot, so bring your walking shoes and get ready to get lost in an urban jungle. Along the way you’ll witness neo-Gothic architecture. One attraction that stands out, whether you fly or drive into the city, is the CN Tower, compact with a glass elevator to give you a full view of life below as you rise to the top.
August brings the Caribana Festival celebrating caribbean culture and the Toronto International Film Festival held the last week in August and the first week in September.
A city composed with multi-sport fanatics, art admirers, movie buffs, and celebrated chefs, provides a great experience for a North American vacation.