Toronto is filled with lots of culture and diversity and with this, almost every nook and cranny has something to offer to the visitor and resident.

Exploring Toronto neighbourhoods like Chinatown, Little Italy, Portugal Village, Queen Street, Polish Area, to name a few you could discover the friendly people, taste foods from the respective countries or purchase items from back home. 

There are other places to visit in Toronto that allow the beauty to resonate.  The parks offer great trails, astounding scenery and delightful experiences.  Some examples are:  High Park, Scarborough Bluffs, Harbourfront's waterfront & the Toronto Islands (bike or kayak), & the Royal Botanical Gardens. 

The winter months allow people to experience the outdoors with skating at City Hall or Harbourfront Centre.  Share a hot chocolate, coffee, tea at one of the tantillizing cafes in the Harbourfront area or in the downtown core. 

You may wish to explore the grandeur of the architectual wonders of the 1800's by visiting E.J. Lennox's works, such as Casa Loma, King Edward Hotel, Old City Hall, Bank of Toronto to name a few. 

Still have some time to visit, then ride the public transit system in the Greater Toronto Area.  You can experience shopping, dining, theatre and so much more.   If any of the above is not something you would like to challenge then there are monthly events in Toronto to visit and become a part of. 

Toronto a place to visit!