Top attractions in Toronto
Top Tours & Activities in Toronto
Wondering what to see in Toronto? Where to start! This diverse city is fast-becoming the place to be for culture, history and food in North America, thanks to friendly people, a glittering skyline and a laid-back atmosphere. Let our guide give you a flavor.
This downtown shopping mecca offers more than 175 stores and is open until 8:00PM, letting you fit your retail therapy around a day of tourism. Check out the basement food court.
Admission to this impressive attraction is free for under-5s, or on Wednesday late-nights (until 8:30PM). The Hands-On Centre for kids is a great way to get them into art young.
This brilliant 'museum' is so cool, you'll forget you're learning about science. Open seven days a week, visit on a weekday to spend more time with the exhibits.
North America isn't known for castles, but this former home, built in 1911, is a good effort. Perhaps best enjoyed as a venue for music and culture, check web listings.
Ready for more shopping? This is one of the biggest malls in Canada, and a fashion haven. The Lego shop is a hit with kids, where pester power will help you spend!
The pride of Toronto's skyline - try to see it at night, from the Hanlan's Point Ferry. The 360 Restaurant at the top is, although pricey, worth it for the incredible views.
Have a screaming good time here, riding the roller coasters, enjoying the waterpark and experiencing the Dinosaurs Alive exhibit. Book in advance for cheaper tickets.
The highlight of this zoo and conservation site is the pair of beautiful giant pandas who arrived in 2013. The mischievous meerkats and penguins also never fail to raise a smile.
Home of the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team, this is also the place to see the biggest-name musical acts coming through Toronto, including One Direction and Taylor Swift in 2015.
Visit this natural history museum for state of the art exhibits that bring historical events to life. The beautiful modern building is a sightseeing hotspot in itself.
For the best weather, visit Toronto during summer, as the winter can be relentless. However, many people choose to plan their trip around a particular festival, as Toronto is in no short supply. Toronto International Film Festival is a huge draw, and takes place annually in August. Toronto Gay Pride spans an entire week at the end of each year - the city takes its LGBT rights seriously. Local sporting calendars and seasons are also worth consideration.
Toronto has a great selection of hotels for visitors, business travelers, families and couples. Hostels are also plentiful, and a great choice for backpackers and people on a budget.
- CurrencyCanadian Dollar ($)
- Time ZoneUTC (-05:00)
- Country Code+1
- Best time to visitThe summer months are the best. The temperatures are warm, outdoor markets abound, and there's an endless supply of events. But that also means there are lots of crowds, and prices on accommodations and flights are much higher. If you can, try to visit at the beginning or end of the season.
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What people are saying about Toronto
Our tourguide Bernhard did a very good job. He spread the Information on our way to the Niagara Falls in a very pleasant way, was extremely well prepared in any respect, helpful and all in all an excellent tour guide. Thank you for a special day, Dagmar and Jette
Michelle was a great guide and fun to be with. It was a lot of fun. I recommend going on the earliest ride u can because the district gets busy and you don’t want to navigate too many crowds. I give my day a 10/10.
The voice of the tour guide was very harsh and far too loud because she had to shout. Definitely like nails on a chalkboard. Find a way to amp the sound so shouting is not necessary.
It was a very nice tour. Our guide Bernad was very friendly and provided a lot of additional information about Toronto, the Niagara falls, and Niagara on the lake. It is possible that you can book a helicopter flight at the beginning of the tour (not included in the price. However, I can recommend it, since this is a one-in-a-lifetime opportunity). Since all people of our tour were not really interested in a long stop at Niagara on the lake, Bernad offered to drive directly to the falls, so that we can spend a lot more time there. All in all it was a very nice experience and I recommend that one day trip to the falls.
Saved 30 minutes not having to stand in line for tickets. Aquarium is very nice.