Modern and multicultural Toronto, the capital city of Ontario, is a powerhouse in business and well-known for its natural diversity, vast forests, beautiful provincial parks, museums and nearby proximity to iconic Niagara Falls.
Being Canada’s main economic hub, Toronto is the largest contributor to the country’s economy which is chiefly driven by manufacturing, agriculture, forestry, mining, and the services industry.
The city is filled with star-studded attractions like the CN Tower – the highlight of the Toronto skyline and the Royal Ontario Museum Canada’s largest museum. The museum holds an astounding six million objects and features 40 galleries encompassing world cultures, art, archaeology, and natural history. Casa Loma is yet another jewel in the city’s crown and this Gothic Revival-style mansion, once home to financier Sir Henry Pellatt, is now a very popular tourist attraction and museum.
Near the waterfront sits the city’s trendy St Lawrence Market. This Toronto icon has some of the city’s best eats while The Distillery District in the east of the city is another foodie hotspot with a fashionable hub of stylish cafés, restaurants, studios, galleries, and shops spread across 40 buildings and 10 streets!