Although not the national capital, Toronto is Canada’s largest city and it is well-known for its multicultural offerings ranging from Little Italy, Greek Town, Little Korea, just to name a few blocks. It is possibly the world’s most diverse city, thanks to its over 80 ethnic communities speaking nearly 150 different languages.

If you want to visit Toronto, the best time to go it’s probabibly during summer time. The Toronto International Film Festival, draws yearly thousands of people to enjoy the city and celebrate its artistic heritage.

The fine architectural 20th-century background of Toronto leads visitors through a modern urban center full of restaurants and award-winning museums, in contrast to many residential enclaves and well-preserved Victorian- and Edwardian-era buildings. 

Close to Buffalo, Toronto may be the pit stop on the road to Chicago or Montreal too. Once there, the most visited attractions of the city are: Toronto’s CN Tower, the tallest free-standing structure at 1,815 feet tall and designated as one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World;  Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada which welcomes nearly 16,000 beautiful and exotic inhabitants; and the The Royal Ontario Museum, that is Canada’s largest museum of world cultures and natural history.

But while being it then the city of Toronto Raptors, don’t miss the date with NBA championship! If are passionate for hockey, visit the Hockey Hall of Fame, featuring the most elaborate collection of hockey memorabilia and gear from across the globe, as well as interactive games, multimedia stations and exhibits.

For fashion victims The Eaton Centre will be the city’s most popular attractions. With over 250 retailers in fashion, furniture and electronics, the selection here is unbeatable. Upscale boutiques mingle with casual clothiers and there’s something to satisfy every style and taste at Toronto’s premier shopping destination.