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Toronto 

Toronto,  the capital of Ontario and the biggest city in Canada, where its large population of immigrants from all over the world has also made Toronto one of the most multicultural cities in the world.

Toronto was identified in the 2019 National Geographic Traveler Magazine, as the 28 must-see destinations and experiences. Selection of these destinations were based on four categories: Cities, Nature, Culture and Adventure.

CN Tower:

CN tower originally referred to Canadian National, concrete communications and observation Tower in 553 meters high, located in downtown Toronto.

The Tower was built in 1976, it was the tallest tower in the world until 2007, and now is symbol of Toronto and one of the most important tourist attractions.

For those who dream of seeing the world from up above, the CN Tower in Toronto, Ontario, can take your imagination to new heights.

 

RIPLEY’S AQUARIUM OF CANADA:

Ripley’s Aquarium OF Canada is a public aquarium in the south of Toronto, which includes more than 20,000 aquatic animals and 450 freshwater aquatic species. The Aquarium features North America’s longest underwater viewing tunnel with more than 5.7 million liters of water and over 100 interactive opportunities.

Ripley’s Aquarium OF Canada is divided into 10 galleries, which are included:

  • Canadian Waters
  • Rainbow REEF
  • Dangerous Lagoon
  • Discovery Center
  • The Gallery
  • RAY BAY
  • Curious Creatures
  • Planet Jellies
  • Life Support Systems
  • Shoreline Gallery

 

 

Hockey Hall of Fame:

Since the Canadians are very interested in hockey and this sport is very popular in Canada, Hockey Hall of Fame was opened in 1961 to show the memorials of players, teams, records of the hockey team and Memories of the NHL.

 

 

 Toronto Zoo:

Toronto’s Zoo was founded by Hugh A. Crothers in 1966, encompassing 287 hectares is the largest zoo in Canada and third largest zoo in the world.

This zoo is home of 5000 animals from over 450 different species of animals which divided into seven zoo geographic regions:

  • Africa
  • Americas
  • Indo-Malaya
  • Tundra Trek
  • Australasia
  • Eurasia
  • Canadian Domain

 

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Museums of  Toronto:

  • The Royal Ontario Museum
  • Gardiner Museum
  • Aga Khan Museum
  • Textile Museum of Canada
  • Bata Shoe Museum

 

Other tourist attractions in Toronto:

  • City Hall
  • Wonderland Park
  • Yonge – Dundas Square
  • Toronto Islands
  • Distillery District
  • Hockey Hall of Fame
  • Casa Lama
  • The St. Lawrence Market
  • The Art Gallery of Ontario
  • The Ontario Science Center
  • Harbourfront Center
  • Chinatown, Toronto