How many languages are spoken in your home town? In Toronto, that number has reached 140, making it the most culturally diverse city in the world. Each neighbourhood is a microcosm of culture that flows harmoniously into the next, so get out and explore!
A Cultural Metropolis
In a city like Toronto, there’s no way to experience the richness of the local culture in one trip. But hey, that just means you’ll have to come back, right? To start your experience, check hotels in downtown Toronto near art galleries and theatres. The TD Gallery of Inuit Art and Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre Centre are cultural experiences not to miss.
You’ll also want look at Toronto hotels near the Distillery District. This 5-hectare area was once home to the largest distillery in the British Empire, Gooderham and Worts, built in 1832. Learn more about Toronto’s Victorian roots while having a beverage and a perfectly paired meal!
Things to Do in Toronto
In addition to the cultural wonderland of the city, make sure you take a culinary walking tour, either guided or on your own. The St. Lawrence Market, with its plethora of fishmongers, bakers, butchers, pasta makers, and more is a great place to start. For the athlete in you, check out the largest collection of hockey memorabilia at the Hockey Hall of Fame in the old1885 rococo grey stone Bank of Montreal building.
If interesting architecture is your thing, you’ll want to look for Toronto, Ontario hotel deals with views of the Canadian National Tower. Check out the nightly light show, dine in the revolving restaurant, or just ride up the one of the highest freestanding structures in the world. Either way, you’ll want to book through Expedia.ca before these deals get lost in the atmosphere!