One of the world’s most culturally diverse cities with over 150 spoken languages and dialects, “The City of Neighborhoods” is warm and inviting from Greektown to Koreatown and everywhere in between, despite its notoriously temperamental weather.
Toronto is the capital and economic engine of Ontario, as well as Canada’s most populous city, and a true reflection of the nation’s international reach. With scores of things to do and see, embrace your time in this cosmopolitan hub with museums and galleries, festivals and live entertainment, outdoor adventures, and culinary detours from Portuguese to Pakistani.
Completed in 1913 and brought back to life by an immense restoration in 1981, the flagship theatre is an unusual design consisting of two stacked stages: the Elgin Theatre on the ground floor and the Winter Garden seven stories above. Having surpassed its centennial in 2013, this is the world’s last operating Edwardian double-decker theater and one of Toronto’s greatest treats.
On the fifth floor of a heritage property in downtown Toronto, The Chase Rooftop Restaurant provides an upscale dining experience with a refined yet dressed-down feel. While 25% of their menu is dedicated to plant-based options, the majority is seafood-heavy featuring a raw bar and popular plate-share options for two.
The defining feature of Toronto’s skyline and one of the world’s tallest freestanding structures, the CN Tower provides an outstanding birds-eye-view of the city, Lake Ontario, helicopters buzzing below, and Niagara Falls in the distance. Guests can try the EdgeWalk around the exterior pod or sit down for a meal at the revolving restaurant known as 360°.