Holiday in multicultural Toronto


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Chinatown and Koreatown, Little Portugal and Little Italy—Canada’s largest city oozes multiculturalism. The majority of the inhabitants of this metropolis of several million people have their roots far from the shores of Lake Ontario.

A holiday in Toronto will be packed with things to see and do: the city centre dominated by tall skyscrapers is like a mini-Manhattan, while the bohemian Kensington Market attracts hippies and hipsters and foodies flock to the Asian restaurants of the ethnic city districts.

Toronto’s iconic landmark, the 553-metre tall CN Tower, rises above the city like a giant needle. The most unforgettable urban experience in Canada is to ascend to the tallest tower in the Western hemisphere and peek through the Glass Floor on its lookout level. The views straight down are dizzying.

Toronto’s other major attractions include the place of pilgrimage for all ice-hockey fans, the Hockey Hall of Fame and museum, where you can try and stop Wayne Gretzky’s shot in a goaltender simulator. An hour’s drive from Toronto roars and rumbles one of the greatest wonders of the world: The Niagara Falls.

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