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From a day trip of sightseeing, to a weekend of shopping and exploring, Toronto offers something truly unique for every type of visitor.

Itinerary

Day 1

If you love history and landmarks, you won't want to miss a seeing the Gooderham Building, also known as the Flatiron Building.

Built in 1892 and located at Wellington and Front Street, this heritage structure is a mix of French Gothic and Revival architecture. Be sure to check out the viewing area at the crosswalk, which is an ideal spot to safely take pictures of this unique landmark.

End your day with a visit to Nathan Phillips Square and take your picture with the famous Toronto Sign.

Day 2

See the entire city from above at the CN Tower. If you're feeling extra adventurous, take in a Canadian Signature Experience and try the CN Tower EdgeWalk.

Want to spend your time doing something a little less heart-thumping?

Plan a visit to Ripley’s Aquarium or the Royal Ontario Museum. If you’re up for a laugh, check out the comedy stylings at the Second City Theatre.

Day 3

Venture beyond the downtown core and into one of Toronto's diverse neighbourhoods like Kensington Market, Chinatown or the Distillery District. Sample the local foods, shop for artisanal goods or simply relax outside with a drink and people watch.

If your evening is free, why not get away from the hustle and bustle? Take the ferry to the Toronto Islands for a leisurely stroll or a twilight bike tour.

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