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Top Five things to do in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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With so many tourist activities in Toronto, Canada, it can be tough to know where to start your experience. To give you a hand, Culturs Travel Expert Carri Wilbanks features five top Toronto attractions in this video.

It begins at the CN Tower, which is 135 stories off the ground, making this among the tallest structures in the world and the highest in Canada.

CN Tower in Toronto (Image via Pixabay)

Next door to the CN Tower, you will find Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, where you can spot sharks and even sea turtles from an underwater viewing tunnel.

Ripley's Aquarium of Canada
Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada

Then, head on to the historic 200-year-old St. Lawrence Market where you will find all sorts of fresh baked treats like iconic butter tarts or even a peameal bacon sandwich for one of the most iconic Canadian meals.

St. Lawrence Market in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
St. Lawrence Market in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

The Distillery District is yet another must-see spot. This area was once the largest whiskey producer in the world and has since been restored to an industrial area. Discover unique restaurants, a brewery, sake distillery, boutiques and art galleries here.

Distillery District in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Distillery District in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Finally, wind down your sightseeing at the Art Gallery of Ontario, where art meets astounding architecture designed by Toronto-born Frank Gehry. Find more than 80,000 works of art; among them, some incredible pieces from prominent Canadian artists.

Art Gallery of Ontario
Art Gallery of Ontario

All that is just a taste of Toronto, a city filled with energy and edge. Check out the video below on XOTV.com.

Top five things to do in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (XOTV Video)
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2 comments

  1. What a great look at Toronto! The attractions alone look amazing, but what really caught my eye was the St. Lawrence Market. It seems as though the market provides an authentic, honest look at Canadian culture; I have to imagine that the influences of the rest of the country can be found here as well. The liveness of Quebec and Nova Scotia directly to the east, for example, must shape Toronto in some way, providing a melding of cultures. The Distillery District also seems to share pieces of the world through the various restaurants and bars there.

  2. I love this overview of Toronto. I have yet to visit Canada and constantly wonder what the culture is like over there. Is it similar to the lifestyle I have grown up knowing over here in America? According to this article yes there are many similarities as well as various different parts. For example they recommend aquariums, bars, and even a tall structure know as the CN Tower, which could possibly be considered our Empire State Building. Some of the food they mentioned and some of the photos showed some cultural differences present up in Canada, which was great to see. Overall this was a great way to get a quick overview on some of Toronto’s culture and I am very interested in visiting as soon as possible.

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