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Toronto is considered to be one of the world’s best and most convenient places for quality living. Every year, the city’s polite, cultured and sporty lifestyle attracts tens of thousands of tourists, and transforms the Canadian metropolis into one of the most popular tourist cities in all of North America.

The country’s largest city and capital of the Ontario province, Toronto, is the heart of Canadian business and finance – here you’ll find the central headquarters of countless banks and large-scale companies. The city also has a very well-developed financial sector, as well as automobile, oil and chemistry industries. Regardless of all that, however, it is recognized as one of the cleanest and safest cities in North America.

Toronto is situated on the northern bank of the River Ontario. It has an international airport and an underground network.

In terms of attractions, tourists are usually very fond of Toronto’s Island Park, which can be reached by ferry. The city has one of the world’s highest towers – the 553 metres-high CN Tower which opens up on a wide and scenic panorama.

Acrobats performing at Buskerfest street fair, Toronto
Photo taken by 123rf.com.  Acrobats performing at Buskerfest street fair, Toronto

A trip to Toronto will be most appreciated by those who like the cultural mix, which resulted from the large influx of immigrants. According to statistics, over half the city’s population is not Canadian. Toronto has people of over 100 nationalities.

Together with the suburbs Toronto is home to around 6 million residents, which makes it colourful and versatile.

Art and history lovers should definitely visit the Ontario gallery and the Royal Ontario Museum. Those who prefer science would be advised to check out the Ontario Science Centre. Sports fans (especially fans of hockey) will no doubt be entertained by the Hockey Hall of Fame, which not only pays tribute to the best athletes, but also presents the history of hockey itself. The Bata Shoe Museum is often mentioned as a less usual, yet perfectly worthy attraction.

Toronto harbor skyline with skyscrapers sailboat and swans
Photo taken by 123rf.com.  Toronto harbor skyline with skyscrapers sailboat and swans

Toronto also has a city zoo, which is considered to be among the world’s best. If you plan on visiting it, make sure to set aside a full day.

Another excellent way to spend a day is by taking a stroll round the city, visiting its parks and gardens. Just make sure to stray away from the tourist-beaten paths, instead choosing local dishes at local restaurants. Toronto boasts an especially rich cuisine that has, among other things, a number of lesser known ethnic dishes.

The city beaches are also interesting and beautiful places to be - especially if the weather is hot.

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