The city’s tourist and cultural attractions are presented to the public throughout the Toronto area. With profane architecture, museums, galleries, parks and nature reserves, everyone can learn about the history of Toronto’s origins as a Canadian city, or take time out for a culinary experience and relax in a restaurant or bar. Kensington Market is a neighbourhood with many cheese shops, bakeries, stores, restaurants and bars. The neighbourhood includes the Kensington Arts Community, with arts organisations and the FIKA bar, which is inspired by an old Scandinavian house. The diverse range of offerings attracts lovers of fine dining and the arts, with various art festivals and art exhibitions taking place in the Kensington Market neighborhood throughout the year.

Chinatown and the Little Italy neighborhood have marked Toronto’s cross-cultural tradition of diverse Asian and Canadian-Italian cuisine and nightlife. Chinatown was founded in 1878, but its development was established in the second half of the 20th century. It is located on the crossroads of Dundas Street West and Spadina Avenue, where the El Mocambo music venue operates. Little Italy was created between 1914 and 1918 during the inter-war period, when about 40,000 Italians migrated to Canada. The district offers restaurants, bars and shops based not only in the Italian-Canadian style, but also in the Portuguese-Canadian style.

Visit Casa Loma Palace and visit the wax doll gallery, where you can see the portraits of film actors such as Vin Diesel, Jean-Claude Van Damme and Paul Walker. You can also see a documentary about Sir Henry Pellatt, a car exhibition and the Scottish Tower. A night out in Toronto can be experienced with a choice of night car rides, a sunset view from the top of the CN Tower or a cruise on Lake Ontario. Tasting Canadian food at the 1803 St. Lawrence Market with a curated selection of offerings provides a guided culinary experience with distinctive Canadian soft drinks and typical Canadian dishes.

Experience a one-hour Toronto Harbor cruise and tour of the Toronto Islands with an offer that includes historical background, Hanlan’s Point Beach, the Island Yacht Club, and the Bird Island Forests and Wildlife Sanctuary. Day trips by bus and boat to Niagara Falls, where you can enjoy scenic views along the Niagara Parkway, the Floral Clock and Whirlpool Rapids tourist attractions, and watch the action on the river from a viewing platform or vintage cable car. A Royal Ontario Museum ticket gives you access to the museum’s collection of artworks, natural history specimens and world heritage exhibits. Canada’s largest museum with 16 treasures of history from Egyptian, Chinese and Canadian cultures invites you to visit.