Destination Toronto!

The Distillery's pedestrian district in Toronto
Located in the east end of downtown Toronto, this neighbourhood is one of the most popular in the city. Halfway between the atmosphere of European cities and the trendy neighbourhoods of New York City, it was once the site of the Gooderham and Worts distillery. Here you can discover 19th century architecture, where shops and restaurants have made their home through pedestrian streets. Explore the neighbourhood


The Royal Ontario Museum
The one called the "ROM" is the largest museum in Canada. It presents a diverse range of collections through its 12 million objects and specimens.  Whether you have a taste for archaeology, contemporary art or Winnie the Pooh, the ROM is sure to satisfy your curiosity. Plan your visit



Toronto Islands
Less than 2 km from the city centre is an oasis for relaxation surrounded by nature. This archipelago of 15 islands connected by pathways and bridges allows you to sunbath on beaches and swim. You can also rent bicycles, canoes and kayaks and enjoy picnic areas. Accessible only by boat, no cars are allowed! Explore the islands



Ripley Aquarium of Canada
Observing fish and other marine species in their natural habitat is not easy for everyone. For those who prefer to stay on land, Toronto's Ripley Aquarium allows you to discover more than 16,000 animals in 450 different species. The Aquarium is dedicated to educating visitors about the environmental importance of marine habitats and waterways while allowing them to contemplate these little-known species. Plan your visit


La Casa Loma
This 98-room castle, called Casa Loma, was built between 1911 and 1914 and is believed to be the only life-size castle in North America. Its owner at the time, soldier and businessman Sir Henry Mill Pellatt, paid approximately $3.5 million (at the time) for its construction. Now owned by the government, the castle has become a museum that attracts the curiosity of visitors with its 10,000-book library and its bowling alleys. Plan your visit


The CN Tower
Will you be brave enough to walk on the glass floor that is only 6.35 centimetres thick when you are 346 metres in the sky? A true icon of Toronto, the CN Tower offers the most beautiful views of the city. For the more courageous, you can climb even higher and reach the SkyPod (447 metres) or try the Edge Walk, a hands-free walk on a 1.5-metre ledge at 356 metres in the air. Plan your visit


Niagara Falls
Split between Ontario and New York State, Niagara Falls is among the best known in the world. It is not their height that sets them apart, but rather their power. It is a set of three falls located on the Niagara River that connects Lake Ontario to Lake Erie. They can be seen from afar or up close on several excursions...if you want to get wet! Explore Niagara Falls


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