Canada’s most cosmopolitan city has an energy like no other.
Don’t underestimate Toronto, Ontario. Canada’s most populous city is a thriving metropolis, where you can eat your way around the world while sipping on craft cocktails — or reconnect with nature while exploring parks and beaches. It’s home to world-class restaurants, top-notch museums and the tallest free-standing structure in the Western Hemisphere, the CN Tower. You’ll also find professional basketball, baseball and hockey teams as well as the Hockey Hall of Fame, the official repository of the Stanley Cup.
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Explore Toronto

  • Old Toronto
  • Distillery District
  • Entertainment District
  • West Queen West

Old Toronto


Old Toronto boasts the contemporary flair of a modern city alongside storied buildings and museums that have been around for centuries. Whether you’re exploring landmarks or bar-hopping, this eclectic neighborhood is teeming with activity.

Known For

History , Museums, Architecture , Restaurants , Bars, Nightlife

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Distillery District


This charming pedestrian district is an Instagrammer’s paradise. Set within a collection of 19th-century buildings that once housed a whiskey distillery, the area’s cobblestone streets are lined with restaurants, bars, boutiques and one-of-a-kind art.

Known For

Dining, Nightlife, Public Art , Shopping

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Entertainment District


If you’re looking to entertain yourself or your family near the heart of Old Toronto, this is where to do it. Expect theater, live sports, creative cocktails and excellent restaurants galore.

Known For

Nightlife, Sports, Theater , Dining

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West Queen West


Located west of downtown, this eclectic area is the epitome of cool, with vibrant street art, edgy galleries and plenty of chic cocktail bars. It’s also home to Trinity Bellwoods Park, a great spot for people — and puppy — watching.

Known For

Shopping, Art, Nightlife, Restaurants

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Toronto skyline over the water

Explore Old Toronto and the CN Tower

Get a lay of the land by heading to the top of the iconic CN Tower. Enjoy the bird’s-eye view of Toronto from its observatory, or — if you’re feeling really adventurous — try the one-of-a-kind EdgeWalk experience. Then refuel at St. Lawrence Market before exploring the neighborhood.

Woman enjoying cocktail and plate of pasta

Explore West Queen West

Spend the day taking in the energy of West Queen West, one of the coolest neighborhoods in the world, according to “Vogue.” Here you’ll find street art and independent galleries, plus locally owned boutiques and cocktail bars.

Couple holding hands during a sunset beach walk

Take a Trip to the Toronto Islands

There’s more to Toronto than skyscrapers and cobblestone streets. If it’s a warm day, hop on the ferry to explore the Toronto Islands, a collection of 15 small islands located a short ferry ride from downtown. If you’re traveling during winter, try ice skating instead.

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