Toronto is an amazing city; it’s so friendly, clean and vibrant. Having visited Toronto a number of times for very short business trips I really wanted to explore the city properly so I made it the first stopping point on a great adventure with the family that subsequently took us to Niagara and New York.
My younger son is obsessed with skyscrapers so the CN Tower was a must-see, but we also managed to fit in some really cool things that the whole family enjoyed. Graffiti Alley features stunning street art, and we loved the quirky Canoe Landing Park for some interesting photos. There’s the iconic Toronto sign at Nathan Phillips Square and some interesting sculpture and art installations in the Distillery District. On a rainy day you can’t beat Ripley’s Aquarium, and St Lawrence Market is a mecca for food lovers.
In three days you can get a real taste of Canada – read Ali’s full post here: https://diaryofadetour.com/3-days-toronto
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