Toronto is located on the northwestern shore of Lake Ontario in southern Ontario, and is the largest city in Canada and the fourth largest city in North America.Toronto is one of the most diverse cities in the world, with 49% of its population being made up of more than 100 ethnic groups of immigrants from nations all over the world, resulting in more than 140 languages being spoken in this North American metropolis. Toronto is considered to be one of the most livable cities in the world due to its low levels of violent crime, pleasant environment, and high-quality of life.
Royal Ontario Museum
The Royal Ontario Museum is the largest museum in Toronto with the largest collections in Canada,including the richest collection of Chinese arts outside of the Chinese mainland, and valuable works from Greece, Egypt, Rome, and other countries.The museum also houses Egyptian artifacts (such as mummies), minerals, and spectacular vertebrate fossils.In addition, visitors can also appreciate expensive and shiny jewelry and gold ornaments, some of which have great historical value.
Address:100 Queens Park.
Built in the early 20th century, Casa Loma has luxuriously decorated rooms, a mysterious tower, a 270-meter deep tunnel, and huge stables, as well as hidden underground passages, elegant greenhouses, and beautiful gardens spanning 5 acres (open from May through October).
Address:Take bus route 127 Davenport and get off at the corner of Davenport Street and Spadina Street.
Distillery Historic District
Originally a distillery famous for its beer with a pleasant taste and rich foam, the Distillery Historic District is now divided into several units surrounding a few streets, and still retains its original brewing equipment.Here you will find bars, restaurants, art galleries, craft stores, bakeries, and other stores, and various workshops can be found in the distillery, such as glass workshops, bakeries, small chocolate factories, brewing workshops, and so on.
Address: No. 55, Mill Street. Get off the subway at King Station and take tram no. 504 heading east to Parliament, then walk south for two blocks to reach Mill Street.
Niagara Falls is located on the Niagara River in northeast North America. It is the world’s largest transnational waterfall, and is one of the most famous wonders of the American continent.The average flow is 5720 cubic meters/sec.Niagara Falls has always attracted many visitors, whether for honeymoons, tightrope walking, or trips over the falls in a barrel.
Address: Located on the border between the United States and Canada, Lake Erie and Lake Ontario.
Whether you are a shopaholic pursuing world-class brands or a rummager who enjoys shopping in second-hand stores, you can find a shopping spot in Toronto to suit you.Remember that many stores are closed on Sundays.In addition, on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day, and especially on Boxing Day, most stores offer great discounts, so these are the best times for shopping.
Queen Street West
If you want to find out about the current trends, there’s no need to read fashion magazines—just take a walk along Queen Street West.Stores you will find on Queen Street West include:H&M, Kiehl’s Cosmetics, Esprit, MAC Cosmetics, Lush, Guess, GAP, Roots, Getoutside Shoes, Urban Planet, Zara, and many more, most of which are popular among young people.
Toronto Eaton Centre
The Toronto Eaton Centre is a shopping paradise and the premier tourist hub in Toronto, with more than 1 million people coming here each week for shopping and recreation.Here you can find household goods, clothing for all ages, gifts, books, electronics, bags, jewelry, and health and beauty products. There are also dozens of different restaurants.
Address:Yonge-Dundas Square in downtown Toronto
This restaurant specializes in mouthwatering prime steaks, fresh and delicious seafood, fine wines, and tantalizing desserts.
Address:4 Avenue Road, Toronto, ON, M5R2E8.
Auberge du Pommier
This restaurant specializes in French cuisine. It is one of Toronto’s top ten restaurants and offers more than 500 different kinds of wines.Its building is quite distinctive with hints of country cottage, a cozy fireplace to warm customers in winter, and a garden terrace perfect for enjoying the cool breeze in summer.
Address:4150 Yonge St. & York Mills.
The Toronto subway was Canada’s first subway line.It has since developed into a system consisting of four lines (including one light rail) and 69 stations.The subway system charges a flat rate of $3.00 per adult for a single trip. Passengers can buy tokens, with a token for 5 adults for a single trip costing $12.50.
There are long-distance buses which run to many cities throughout Canada and the United States.The GO Transit system serves other cities and the surrounding areas throughout Ontario. Departures are from Union Station in downtown Toronto and tickets are valid for both buses and trains.
Toronto has a number of taxi companies, each identifiable by their own striking colors.It should be noted that the prices are uniform and fares are charged according to the meter at a fixed rate.
Toronto has four distinct seasons:spring is short;summer is hot and humid;autumn benefits from pleasant temperatures, although sometimes at midday temperatures may rise to levels seen in the summer;winter is cold and lasts until mid-April.Toronto spans a large area, and so temperatures may vary in different areas;the temperature may even vary in the same area.In general, January is the coldest month of the year with temperatures falling to -7 ℃, and July is the warmest month with temperatures reaching 26 ℃.The average annual rainfall is about 800 mm.