Visiting Toronto? Here’s how you can make the most of 24 hours!
1. Visit the CN Tower
Start the trip by visiting the iconic CN Tower. It is a 553.3 meters high communications and observation tower which is is located in the downtown core of the city of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Want to enjoy the panoramic view of the city? Get up on 150 floors on the CN Tower to experience the bird’s eye view of the city. The CN Tower was world’s tallest freestanding structure & tower for 32 years from 1975–2007. It got being overtaken by Burj Khalifa & Canton Tower, respectively in 2009.
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2. Ripley’s Aquarium
Right next to the CN Tower is a the huge Ripley’s Aquarium which is home to 16000 water bodies. Here’s where you can watch jelly fish, turtles, sharks and also click a picture with the nemo!
3. Hop On A Double-Decker Bus
The best way to explore the city definitely has to be the double-decker bus. Discover Toronto aboard a double-decker bus. Learn about major attractions, & cultural districts through professional commentary.
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4. Explore Food Markets
Explore the local food markets here where the vendors sell everything fresh here from meats to cheeses to fish to pasta! Find over 600 types of cheese, or watch fish being prepared.
5. Head to Casa Loma
Head to Casa Loma, a Gothic revival style mansion & garden in Toronto. It is a 98-room castle that bankrupted a 19th century electricity multimillionaire. But before it gets dark, make your way for the harbour and island cruise.
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