Toronto, Canada’s largest city, is located in the province of Ontario and is a must visit for anyone who wants to explore the Maple syrup producing country. Famous for its multicultural and cosmopolitan attributes, Toronto is a world leader in business, technology, finance, entertainment, and culture. If you and your group are planning on visiting Toronto anytime soon, make sure you look at the Toronto bus rental options to help you tour around town with ease and get the best Toronto experience.

Canadian National Tower

The Canadian National (CN) Tower is located in the heart of Toronto’s entertainment district, surrounded by office buildings and high condos. The CN Tower is a prominent feature of Toronto’s skyline and a landmark of the city. The tower offers a beautiful panoramic view of the City, and a group can take the Edge Walk tour of the tower where you will be on an outdoor ledge, 147 floors above ground! If that’s too much of a thrill, one can opt to observe the view from inside and get a chance to step on the glass floor at the top of the tower. You can also choose to dine at the tower’s revolving restaurant, 360 Restaurant, and experience mouth-watering and delicious dishes.

Canada’s Wonderland

Canada’s premier and largest amusement park is in Vaughan, about 40km north of downtown Toronto. The park boasts of 17 roller coasters that ranks it as 2nd globally in the world by that number of many roller coasters. If your group is looking for a rush of adrenaline, then look no further than Leviathan (Canada’s tallest and fastest coaster), Mighty Canadian Minebuster (Canada’s longest wooden coaster), Flight Deck (Canada’s first inverted coaster) and all the other rides at this wonderland. For those who want to get wet, the park has its own waterpark, Splash Works, that guarantees a lot of fun in the water. The fun does not end there; the park has amazing live entertainment for its visitors. From child-themed parties to circus acts, and stunning light shows. You can never get bored at Canada’s Wonderland.

Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls is another must-see destination for visitors for Toronto and is located approximately 1 ½ drive from Toronto. Niagara Falls are a collection of three individual falls that produce a striking picturesqueness and is a source of hydroelectric power. Groups can take boat rides to the horseshoe of the falls, where you’re surrounded by the thundering sound of water and most likely to get wet! The falls also have a climate-controlled butterfly conservancy, where visitors can walk through rainforests and enjoy the presence of different species of butterflies.

Toronto Zoo

Lovers of animal and nature will love the Toronto Zoo. It is located just north of Scarborough, in Rouge Valley. The zoo has over 5,000 animals representing over 450 different species. Visitors to the zoo may get a chance to watch animal feeding, breeding activities or watch animals in their natural-like habitat. The zoo also has over 10km of walking trails, where groups can stroll while looking out for the different animals.

Royal Ontario Museum

For art and history lovers, a visit to the Royal Ontario Museum will leave you awestruck. With more than 6,000,000 items and 40 galleries, the museum’s diverse collections of world culture and natural history are bound to have you filled with a lot of new information and knowledge.

Although the list of places to visit has not been exhausted enough, groups should also take time to attend one of Toronto’s breweries or wineries, where you can find out how these tasty alcoholic drinks are crafted from grain or fruit to bottle.