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Canada’s largest city lies on the north shore of Lake Ontario and has a diverse range of attractions including amazing museums and stylish bars. The cosmopolitan nature of the city means you'll feel right at home whenever you choose to visit.

Toronto’s cuisine is as varied as the city though fresh seafood dishes are very common and it is a good opportunity to try some oysters as they are popular here.

For country specialities you only need look out for the signs to Greektown, Little India, Little Italy and bustling downtown Chinatown; whether you are looking for a three-course gourmet option or a quick, tasty snack you are certain to find something to please your appetite. During the day do what locals do and rest with a coffee in one of the numerous caf├ęs.

There are fantastic shopping opportunities in Toronto with more and more retailers flocking to the city. Queen Street West is heaven for those who love the cool and quirky. Along Bloor Street sits every top designer name you can think of; Rolex, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Prada and Cartier all within footsteps of each other.

In Kensington Avenue the whole street is like an open-air market with clothes racks lined up on the pavements, and behind the racks are vintage boutiques, collectables and gift shops. Situated in Downtown Toronto, the Eaton Centre is like a city in itself with five floors of over 300 shops and restaurants vying for attention including the world’s largest Sears.

Must See

CN Tower Marvel at the world’s tallest free-standing building at 1, 815 feet. From the observation deck it is worth waiting to witness the stunning sunset views.

Harbourfront Galleries, boutiques and restaurants line the waterfront promenade. Live bands and events are held regularly at the Harbourfront Centre.

Toronto Islands Reached by a short ferry ride, these 600-acre islands offer spectacular views of the city’s skyline and Lake Ontario. Blue Flag beaches, water activities and an amusement park are found here.

Royal Ontario Museum Dinosaur exhibits and a unique bat cave are part of the museum’s highlights.

Must Do

Take some time out to explore Toronto Zoo, spread over 700 acres and divided into geographic regions it can be enjoyed by all ages, and there’s an African savannah safari.

Visit the Ice hockey hall of fame or take in a game of Canada's national sport. The Toronto Maple Leafs are the city's premier team.

Take a trip to the iconic Niagara Falls and marvel at the thundering waters of this Canadian treasure. Get up close and get wet with a boat ride to the base of the falls for a truly memorable photograph.