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A top choice for tourists is to visit the iconic CN Tower – if you’re brave enough make sure you take a ride on the glass elevator and marvel at what the highest freestanding structure in the world (553m) has to offer. Another classic sight to see is the magnificent Niagara Falls, only approximately 90 minutes away by car.

Shop like a local by visiting St. Lawrence Market, Toronto’s historic hotspot since 1845. Grab a taste of the Canadian cuisine with over 50 specialty stalls to choose from. Another popular location is High Park, a perfect place for a picnic, bike or skate around during the warmer months. Children can also be well entertained as the park contains a theatrical stage and small zoo. Children and animal lovers can also spend hours of fun at Toronto Zoo. Open all year round; with over 5,000 animals, six miles of walking trails and specific animal experiences, this zoo is one of the largest in the world.

For people who love to explore the historical side of their destination should make time to see Canada’s biggest natural history museum, the Royal Ontario Museum. Displaying over 6 million artefacts between two galleries you’ll certainly have plenty to see.

Summer in Toronto is everything you’d want to image – world class restaurants, hipster bars and clubs are filled with buzzing Torontonians and visitors. The warm humid weather allows everyone to flock downtown where alfresco is the only way to dine. For world-class shopping, dining and entertainment, head downtown on Yonge Street. To avoid the more obvious tourist spots, venture to Kensington Market – a colourful bohemian neighbourhood packed with quirky vintage shops, record stores, cafés and pubs. There’s no doubt this vast city will have something you’ll love.

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