If you’re coming to Toronto, and you want to know what the real ‘Torontonians’ do, than read on and learn what you shouldn’t miss on a trip to Toronto city. Toronto is a very metropolitan world city, and has many levels of activities which are happening on an ongoing basis. There’s a lot going on basically. So figuring out what you should do while you’re here can be pretty daunting, but read on to learn the 5 best things to do in Toronto.

Tourists near Niagara falls during the day1- Niagara falls is something that you can’t ignore on any visit to Toronto. All what you need is a 90-minute drive from Toronto, and you will be in an unashamed major tourist attraction, but watching 750,000 gallons of water a second slide of a cliff right in front of you is pretty impressive by any standards.




CN-tower2- The CN Tower is Toronto’s number one tourist attraction. It is the tallest building in the world, and attracts millions of visitors a year. You can even eat lunch up at the 360 restaurant at the top of the tower, and get at the same time a grand view of the whole city. This might be the first thing you’ll want to do, and then go on from there.



3- The Toronto Islands are fantastic walking and cycling territory, where getting back to nature can mean training your binoculars on the feathered residents of a seabird sanctuary, or disrobing on the nudist beach. However you choose to enjoy these breezy beauty spots, leave plenty of time to enjoy all their treasures.




4- Go to the Eaton’s center, and then see all of the trendy shops in the downtown area. The Eaton’s center is one of the largest malls in Ontario, and is the middle of the downtown area of Toronto. It has a lot to offer, and you could even get lost in this huge mall, so take a friend! The trendy shops in the downtown core, will never cease to amaze you with their variety.



5- Welcome to one of the world’s multicultural cities. Surveys show that 49% of Toronto’s population was born outside Canada ,so the presence of a Chinatown, a Greektown, a Little Italy and various settled communities hailing from Portugal, Poland and Jamaica come as no surprise. Whatever your cosmopolitan palate craves, you can eat in this town. The most recommended one is have ice-cream from La Paloma Gelateria .


Ripley's aquarium6- Ripley’s aquarium located in downtown Toronto and is one of the best places to visit The aquarium hold 13,000 exotic sea and freshwater specimens, from more than 400 species.




Toronto Zoo7- Toronto Zoo is great place to visit located at 2000 Meadowvale Rd, Toronto, ON M1B 5K7  with 287 hectares (710 acres) is the biggest Zoo in Canada  Featured animals from all the world



Mark Fenton, born in Toronto, Ontario, on may 29, 1972. He has a bachelor degree in Marketing and Business Administration. Mark Joined 5 BestThings and worked as an editor specialized in Canadian history, and tourism, mainly the province of Ontario. We will Keep updating his page and add his newly news Official Email id: Mark@5bestthings.com.
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