PRIVATE JET TO Toronto
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Toronto, Canada’s largest city, is regarded as New York’s little Sister because of its soaring skyscrapers and rapidly expanding population. But Toronto is so much more than just a clone of New York City. With its diverse population, thriving food scene, and various cultural offerings, the city is a prime destination for those who want to see and experience the world’s diversity.
Many people don’t think of Toronto as a vacation destination, but anyone will tell you that this city is highly underrated if you’re seeking a cultural, culinary, and family-friendly destination, Toronto ticks all the right boxes.
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More than 21 million tourists visit Toronto every year, and that many people can’t be wrong. Consistently ranked as one of the world’s top tourist destinations, this city has plenty to offer anyone who visits and wants to have a good time.
A Thriving Food Scene
You’ll hardly miss the flavors of home when you visit Toronto because the city has a wide selection of restaurants and dining establishments that provide cuisines from all over the world.
Toronto has a huge immigrant population, the reason for the multicultural food scene in the city. Whether you're craving exotic flavors, Asian cuisine, or European gastronomic fare, you’ll find no shortage of dining options here.
Music and Arts
Music has always been a big part of the culture in the city, and Toronto’s multiculturalism is one full display in its music scene. Whatever taste in music is, Toronto got you covered. Pop, rock, Latin, jazz – you’ll find venues that cater to different music genres in the city.
Toronto is a major cultural hub, which is why the city’s vibrant art scene comes as no surprise. The city puts a lot of effort into its creative pursuits and is jam-packed with museums and galleries, all within easy walking distance from the city center. If you’re interested in architecture, design, art exhibitions, and history, don’t miss the chance to check out Toronto’s art-focused districts.
World-Famous Tourist Destinations
Toronto is home to a number of world-renowned tourist attractions. On top of the list is Niagara Falls. No trip to Toronto would be complete without a visit to this natural gem. Niagara Fall is awe-inspiring in any season, even in winter when surrounded by snow and when the water freezes over.
The CN tower dominates the city’s skyline, but are you daring enough to take a stroll along its edge? Experience the highest hands-free full circle walk (on a five-foot-wide ledge) at the height of approximately 1200 feet. You’ll be glad you did when you see the view from the top of the tower.
If dangling over the edge is not your thing, you can opt to spend a laidback day strolling along the cobblestone streets of the Distillery District (a pedestrian-only area sandwiched between 19th-century Victorian buildings) or visiting the contemporary shops and quirky cafes in Kensington Market. You can get so immersed in exploring these communities, you forget that downtown’s skyscrapers are just a few blocks away.
Some cities will take your breath away the moment you set foot, but Toronto isn’t one of them. It’s a place you grow to adore and love the more you get to know it and its people. Toronto attracts people from all over the world, and most of them find plenty of reasons to stick around for the long term.