The glamor and glitz of Toronto had always attracted me to this city. When I took a trip to this city I realized, this largest metropolis of Canada has a flavor and style of its own. The capital city of Ontario is the dynamic combination of mixed tourist attractions. Here’s what you can check during your visit to Toronto.
- Niagara Falls
The view of the largest falls of North America is simply breathtaking. I went up to the Table Rock site to get a closer view. This will enable you only a meter away from the edge of falls. There are bike trails. So, you can go on cycling tours if you want. If all these sound a little less exciting to you then take a ride on a helicopter to soar high over the waterfalls.
- CN Tower
CN Tower is a popular landmark in Toronto. This was on my must-visit list. You will be able to see this 553-meter high tower from almost everywhere in the city. You can either enjoy the view from the ground or appreciate the fabulous view from a restaurant or observation area which gives you the view of Lake Ontario and the city.
- Royal Ontario Museum
It is one of the premier museums of Canada and is known worldwide for its excellence. I found that the Royal Ontario Museum has an excellent collection and also organizes some exhibition from across the globe. You will find the museum showcasing a collection that covers a large variety of period from around the world.
- Ripley’s Aquarium
One of the primary attractions at present times is Ripley’s aquarium. My life for marine life took me here. The best part about this attraction is the large underwater tunnel that has a moving sidewalk. I saw the ocean life go all around me. No doubt, it was a serene experience. Here, the jellyfish is accented with some creative lights.