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    Mural on building oppoite Canadiana...
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    Empty street at sunrise
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    Entertainment district at night
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  • 1. Overview / tips in one

    Toronto's cityscape is full of interesting architecture, both historic and modern. Walking around might perhaps be the best way to see all this at a leisurely pace if you have a map, a list of what to...

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  • 2. People / Different cultures

    Toronto is now one of the most multicultural cities in the world. Over 140 languages and dialects are spoken here, and just over 30 per cent of Toronto residents speak a language other than English or...

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  • 3. maps, websites & brochures

    Toronto.com is the best website if you're looking for information about the city. It lists hundreds of thousands of restaurants, bars, clubs, etc... It shows customer reviews, and has patio guides and...

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  • 4. CN tower

    Visit the CN Tower the world's tallest free-standing structure. There is an observation deck at 335 m and a skypod at 447 m. On a clear day you have a beautiful view to the Toronto Islands and to the...

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  • 5. Black Creek Pioneer Village

    You could Imagine yourself in a rural Ontario community 140 years ago. If you were a farmer, or a blacksmith or a pupil in the one-room school house, how different would your life be from the life you...

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  • 6. Eaton Centre

    Shop at the EATON CENTRE: One of the most beautiful shopping centres in Canada. Here, you can shop at leisure, have coffee at Second Cup (extremely good Iced Moccachino, love it!) and just relax......

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  • 7. Harbourfront & Toronto Islands

    Toronto Island Park is a place to unwind. Spend more time here because there is so much to do aside from relaxation. Spend a day! Can you see the map of the Toronto Island Park? This is what I am...

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  • 8. Yonge Street

    Yonge street is supposed to be the longest street in the world. It starts at Lake Ontario and goes north, cutting the city Toronto into two sides. It is not easy to describe the street because it is...

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  • 9. Chinatown

    Which Chinatown doesn’t have a tea store? I loved one we visited for aroma that was around and for numerous types of teas for sale. The most interesting I found were tea kettles and cups sets. Telling...

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  • 10. Childhood memories / living in Toronto

    I lived in Toronto for 3 years while in University. I attended York University. My favourite place in Toronto has to be hands down the people. I live in Miami, but Toronto will always be my home. My...

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  • 11. Casa Loma

    During the Depression, Toronto increased Casa Loma's annual property taxes from $400 to $1,200, and Pellatt—already experiencing financial difficulties—was forced to auction off $1.5-million in art...

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  • 12. Pubs / nightlife / restaurants

    Thursday nights are my favorite dancing nights in T.O. If you're want a free meal before you head out dancing you must head to Easy and the Fifth before 8pm on a Thursday night - grab something from...

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  • 13. Financial District & Underground City

    visit the path;it is un underground mall,but as big as a city I got out of the shower,in the youth hostel,I was not so dressed,even not dressed at all,and tried to find out where my room was,and I met...

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  • 14. Weather

    We have very strange weather in Canada. If you come in the winter, you'll find it to be very cold. Sometimes outside Toronto we have temperatures as cold as -35 degrees celcius, although on average it...

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  • 15. Niagara Falls

    Nature has left an indelible mark on the Niagara region. The Canadian Falls, with a height of 54 metres (177ft), and the American Falls, at 56 metres (184ft) high, are true wonders of nature. Royalty,...

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  • 16. Canada's Wonderland

    This amusement park ( summer only ) , with 60 rides , is about a 45 minute drive north of Toronto. You can get there by GO BUS from the York Mills Subway Station . Buses leave on the hour and the...

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  • 17. Kensington Market

    I remember, when I was a kid, my father would take us downtown to the Kensington Market. It's located off Spadina Ave. It's a market held every weekend where they sell fruits and vegetables, meats,...

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  • 18. Skydome

    On the Skydome building look out for these unusual modern sculptures! - maybe this should be a tourist trap ;-) They are created by Canadian artist Michael Snow and is called "The Audience" - a...

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  • 19. Metro Toronto Zoo

    The Metro Toronto Zoo is one of the top three zoos in the world. It takes about 4 to 6 hours to walk the entire zoo area. It is best to start early and avoid weekends . The " Birds of Prey"...

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  • 20. City Hall & Nathan Phillips Square

    Toronto has a lot of interesting architecture - I've been somewhat interested in the local building styles ever since I observed that in Philadelphia there were a lot of stone buildings, but in New...

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  • 21. Ontario Place

    Be sure to visit Ontario Place on the Lake. There are more than 20 rides and attractions. Some of them are: Bumper Boats Children's Play Area Pedal Boats Mega Maze Motion Simulator Ride ...

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  • 22. Walking tours

    Although Toronto has an efficient subway system, walking in the downtown Toronto and its neighboring towns is a must. If you are staying in a downtown hotel, I am pretty sure you will be doing a lot...

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  • 23. Theatre / movies

    When visiting Toronto, you must go see a show. I am not kidding when I say that the theater productions are as good, if not better than NY! The Theaters are located downtown. My fondest memory is this...

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  • 24. history

    Only in the mid-20th century was its utterly Anglo-Saxon ethos diluted, as immigrants arrived, first from northern, then from southern Europe, then from all around the world. The city is served by...

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  • 25. Entertainment district

    Oh, CRIPES! I forgot, I have to say something here. Toronto is a neat-O place, but, I really didn't have much of a chance to go and do anything. The CN tower was a toot, and I got kind of 'woozy'...

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