During a visit to Toronto, you can be impressed by its huge buildings, skyscrapers and skyscrapers that make this metropolis the fourth largest megalopolis in North America, behind NYC, Mexico City and Los Angeles. But there are many other things to see and enjoy.
Climb to the top of the Canada National Tower
The Canada National Tower is the symbol of Toronto. This rocket-shaped tower reaches a height of 533 metres. It was the tallest tower in the world for 34 years, from 1974 to 2010, since supplanted by the Burj Khalifa in Dubai at 828m. The CN Tower was made with a unique architecture. Toronto benefits from a sublime natural environment that you can see at the top of this tower which offers a unique spectacular panorama. In addition, at 346 meters high, you can walk on a glass floor to try for those who want to experience an adrenaline rush. Still in this perspective, you can try the “EdgeWalk”, “the High Heaven”, an attraction that allows you to walk outside on the cornice at 356 meters high, with a safety harness.
Get a dose of culture at the ROM Museum
The ROM Museum has one of the most criticized architectural buildings in Toronto. At first glance, this building, designed by architect Daniel Libeskind, looks like a huge crystal that has become part of the existing historic building. The ROM Museum is the largest museum in Canada. It houses the Chinese collection, which is one of the largest in the world, in addition to galleries on Canadian history and Indian peoples.
See Niagara Falls
To appreciate Niagara Falls, it takes 2 hours by bus from Toronto. Once you arrive on the site you can see the sublime falls. To enjoy this place even more, you can spend a whole night on site to see the falls illuminated in the evening and the fireworks if you have the chance. In addition, there are a lot of attractions on site such as a boat trip to get as close as possible to the falls if your budget allows it (from 95 euros). But you can also choose to fly over the falls by helicopter to spice up your trip.