The hotel dates of check-in and check-out must be between the start and end dates of the trip.
Toronto has everything for every taste and personality. It's vibrant, cheerful, modern, multicultural and very organized, and on the other hand, it's quiet, tolerant, warm and familiar. With a huge offer of museums and art galleries but also a lot of nature, architecture and sport, this is how the largest city in Canada introduces itself.
Start by going to the top of the CN Tower, the icon of the city, from where you can be dazzled by the view over this metropolis and take incredible photos. Then stroll through the Downtown, where a large number of places and points of interest are concentrated - such as the Yonge-Dundas Square, the main and busiest square in the city - and take advantage of the excellent museum offering at your disposal, including the Royal Ontario Museum, the largest Canadian museum, the Loma and the Art Gallery of Ontario, which houses one of the largest collections of modern art in the country. Stroll through the Little Italy district and visit the Distillery District, the city's most bohemian neighbourhood. Toronto is a city with a great sports culture, so a visit to the Rogers Centre's Hockey Hall of Fame is mandatory.
In this fascinating destination there is no shortage of shopping options, from outlets to modern and cosmopolitan design boutiques, and the huge offer of restaurants allows you to travel around the world. Being a modern and tolerant metropolis with one of the largest LGBT communities in the world, the cultural and night life of the city is simply amazing, with shows and high-quality events taking place throughout the year and where entertainment is guaranteed. If you have time, catch the ferry and visit the Toronto Islands, stroll along the north shore of Lake Ontario or head for the opposite shore and visit one of the most beautiful and famous places in the world: the Niagara Falls.