#BLPTIMEOUT - TORONTO
Whilst Toronto may not the capital of Canada, its the countries largest city and for those looking to visit its home to a dynamic mix of tourist attractions, from museums and galleries to the world famous CN Tower and, just off shore, Toronto Islands.
An engineering wonder standing over 553-metre high the CN Tower, is one of the city's must see attractions and also the most impossible to miss. The tower features a glass floor & a revolving eatery with mind-blowing panoramic views of the city below.
Toronto's Distillery District is a restored historic area that has been turned into a trendy entertainment and arts district. With Victorian era architecture, cobble stone streets and no cars… you'll feel like you've traveled back in time.
An ultra-modern shopping complex extending over several blocks with bewildering maze of department stores, specialty shops, boutiques, restaurants, cafeterias, and snack bars.
Home to over 5,000 animals and set across 287 hectares (710 acres), the Toronto Zoo is one of the largest zoos in the world. The zoo is divided into several sections, each representing a major region of the globe.
A world-class cultural attraction, the Ontario Science Centre has been creating engaging and thought-provoking experiences in science and technology for over 45 years
A distinctive multicultural neighbourhood in Downtown Toronto. With a bohemian flair this vibrant, charming, unique, offbeat, eclectic area is filled with many cultures and plenty of unique shops
BATA SHOW MUSEUM
Celebrate 4500 years of footwear history with the world's largest, most comprehensive collection of shoes. Housing a collection of more than 12000 shoes, the museum is ideal for show lovers
DAY TRIP TO NIAGARA FALLS
Explore all of Niagara Parks located in Niagara Falls, Ontario Canada, from the lower observation deck at the Canadian Horseshoe Falls to incredible hiking trail.
HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
The Hockey Hall of Fame is home of the Stanley Cup and the finest collection of hockey artifacts in the world. Spread across 65,000 square feet, the Hall of Fame offers something for everyone.
TORONTO MUSIC GARDEN
Co-designed by cellist YoYo Ma. The parks design is inspired by Bach's First Suite for Unaccompanied Cello, with each dance movement within the suite corresponding to a different section of the garden.