Advice for Visitors to Canada
If you are interested
and excited about the idea of visiting Toronto you will be happy to know
that you will not be disappointed by your trip. There are so many things
to do in Toronto it would be impossible to list them all. There is something
for everyone from kids to adults, from sports fans to culture seekers.
The Theatre district in Toronto offers a selection of plays including
dramas, comedies and musical including the hit musical Mama Mia!
and The Producers. You can also check out Harbourfront
Centre, Canada’s foremost center for contemporary culture
To get more of a culture fix, there are also a number of fine museums
to visit such as, The
Art Gallery of Ontario, one of the largest museums in North
America, and the Children’s
Own Museum aimed at kids of all
ages with hands-on activities and unique interactive displays.
Looking for a thrill? Check out
Canada’s Wonderland with more than sixty rides and a
water park. Or visit Soak City and the Cinesphere at Ontario
Place. A visit to Toronto just wouldn’t be complete
without taking a trip to the top of the tallest building in the world,
the CN Tower.
a thing for shoes? Buy some at the huge Eaton
Center, a shopping complex with over 320 stores and restaurants.
If you just want to look at shoes nothing beats the Bata
Shoe Museum with more than 10 000 items of footwear.
Can’t stand not knowing the score? Then the Hockey
Hall of Fame is the place for you, displaying some of the greatest
achievements of the best hockey stars in Canada.
Toronto is a very safe city, one of the safest in the world, but like
any large metropolis it’s best to use common sense. It is always
advisable to be cautious. Stick to the beaten bath after dark and make
sure you know where you are going so you can avoid wandering around looking