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Toronto has much to offer: Cultural experiences, Indigenous cuisine, adventure tours, historical experiences, & more. Ontario's Indigenous people share their culture through many unique tourism experiences. Culture & History.
An international and multicultural metropolis with a vibrant arts scene and a number of leading industries, Toronto has something to offer just about everyone. ... Here are some of our favorite reasons to live in Toronto, Canada's largest city and economic capital. Toronto is approximately 51% foreign-born, with people from over 230 countries, making it by many assessments, one the most diverse city in the world. If you want to meet Torontonian singles on the same wave length join ElitePartner.com Here!



 Toronto, Ontario

Best Romantic Things to Do in Toronto for Couples‎:

  • - Niagara Falls Day Tour
  • - Looking Glass Adventures
  • - Kensington Market
  • - Royal Ontario Museum
  • - Hockey Hall of Fame

Some cities will take your breath away the moment you land. Toronto is not one of them. Yet it’s a city that you grow to love. The more time you spend with it, the more you’ll appreciate its friendly locals, the multicultural food scene and the plethora of fantastic patios. People come from all over the world to live in Toronto, and most of them find good reasons to stick around. These are six reasons why Torontonians love their city, known to locals as the 6ix.

Note: the iconic CN Tower that looms over the majestic Toronto skyline to the natural history exhibits at the Royal Ontario Museum, from the Art Gallery of Ontario to the Hockey Hall of Fame, from the green gardens of Queen’s Park to the beaches of Toronto Islands – there are more than enough sights to see in Toronto.

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Dundas Square Bata Shoe Museum Quirky doll houses

Above the city


Hang 1,168 feet above the city Forget just going up the CN Tower. Why not see the city from its outer edge instead? Edgewalk takes you up 116 storeys up and outside the tallest free-standing structure in the Western Hemisphere where you can do a full-circle hands-free walk around the ledge of its main pod. You’ll be attached to a safety rail, leaning back over downtown Toronto, taking in views of Lake Ontario and the cityscape below.

Largest collection of shoes


See the world’s largest collection of shoes and related artefacts. While travelling around the world in the 1940s, Sonja Bata began collecting shoes. In 1979, her collection outgrew her private storage space and thus, the Bata Shoe Museum Foundation was born. Today, the collection spans 4,500 years of history and features more than 13,000 shoes, ranging from Chinese foot binding shoes, ancient Egyptian sandals, and footwear from 20th century celebrities. Your visit and donations also contribute to the Foundation, which funds field research to collect and examine footwear from places where traditions are rapidly changing..

Quirky houses


Visit some of Toronto’s quirky houses. Downtown Toronto is home to four quirky houses that are both private residences and tourist attractions. First is the curious ‘Half House’ (54 ½ St. Patrick St) that isn’t just a nickname—it really is half a house. In the 1950s, its owner refused to sell the 19th century duplex to a developer, so half the house was demolished along a load bearing wall. Next is the Little House (128 Day Ave) which is just that: the smallest house in Toronto. The house was built in 1912 in what was originally meant to be a throughway for cars. It’s not just a playhouse for kids—fully grown adults live in this 300-square-foot house. Head to Leslieville to see Tchotchke House (37 Bertmount Ave), a house crammed with dolls, toys, figurines, and animals. There are many more to discover, including a Cube House and a Terracotta House.


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  • - Visit the Distillery District Housed: Toronto’s historic Distillery District is an easy-strolling, pedestrian-only strip that offers a great excuse to take in the Victorian Industrial Architecture if you’re close to downtown. You’ll notice the area is completely free of any franchise or chain stores here—all are small mom and pop shops and galleries.
  • - Window Shop Bloor-Yorkville: If you’re eager to see how the other half live, you can get a taste in the posh neighborhood known as Bloor-Yorkville (home to the Toronto International Film Festival). The upscale dinning and brand name clothing that most of us can barely afford is set against a quaint backdrop of Victorian houses, restaurants, boutique shops, and art galleries.
  • - Good Ol’ Riverdale Farm: Riverdale Farm is a literal farm within the sprawling city. A vast 7 acres of green space right in the downtown core—including moo cows, horses, sheep, goats, pigs, and chickens, which the farm staff care for daily. You can witness life on the farm for free, and even snag some homemade jam or a pie in the Riverdale farm house store.


Toronto, city, capital of the province of Ontario, southeastern Canada. It is the most populous city in Canada, a multicultural city, and the country’s financial and commercial centre. Its location on the northwestern shore of Lake Ontario, which forms part of the border between Canada and the United States, and its access to Atlantic shipping via the St. Lawrence Seaway and to major U.S. industrial centres via the Great Lakes have enabled Toronto to become an important international trading centre.
Moreover, the city is positioned on the edge of some of the best farmland in Canada, with a climate favorable to growing a wide range of crops, thereby making Toronto a transportation, distribution, and manufacturing centre. Most importantly, its central location, along with a host of political policies favoring international trade, places this city with the greatest economic ties to, and influence from, the United States. Since the second half of the 20th century the city has grown phenomenally, from a rather sedate provincial town—“Toronto the Good”—to a lively, thriving, cosmopolitan metropolitan area. Area 244 square miles (632 square km); (2016) 2,731,571; metro. area, 5,928,040. Browse personals and find other singles that share your interests Here!

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