Toronto is an energetic and culturally diverse city, with tons to see and do any day of the week. Experience everything from international cuisine to attractions that the whole family will enjoy.
Eaton Centre – Toronto Eaton Centre is downtown’s only urban shopping centre, with over 230 retailers, restaurants, and services. With a diverse mix of Canadian & International shops, there’s something to satisfy every shopper’s palate while exploring the heart of Ontario’s capital.
St. Lawrence Market – Since 1803, the St. Lawrence Market has been the community’s beating heart and culinary focal point of the city of Toronto. It’s the living symbol and anchor of the neighbourhood and for the families who live there. The market is a place where the authenticity of truly great food and shopkeepers who care, reign above all else.
Yorkdale Mall – For more than 50 years, Yorkdale has built a reputation for being Toronto’s ultimate shopping destination. Today, it has 270 stores, including the country’s largestcollection of designer labels and luxury brands and is now known as the centre of style. Recognized for its exclusive lineup of first-in-Canada global prestige brands, it offers visitors everything you can imagine.
The Drake – Nestled in a former bank under a postmodern ‘80s office building, Drake One Fifty is The Drake’s first stand-alone restaurant in the Financial District. The menu, inspired by Canadian brasseries and taverns, reflect the future-forward tastes of the city’s buzzing culinary scene, complemented by an extensive wine list and hand-crafte
d cocktails, it’s the perfect spot for power lunches, pre-theatre bites and client-friendly dinners.
The Senator – Beloved for generations, and dating back to the 1860’s, the historic Senator in the heart of downtown Toronto consists of two distinct rooms – the vintage 1940’s Diner and an
intimate Parisian-style Winebar. Both rooms serve the highest quality comfort food with live music in the Winebar on Friday and Saturday nights.
Phipps Bakery Cafe – Good, honest, homemade, comfort food all made by hand, and all from scratch. From hearty soups, panini sandwiches, and homemade lasagnas to bite-size treats, your daily bread, and insanely delicious cakes. Located on the trendy Eglinton Way, Phipps is celebrating 32 years in the baking.
Ripley’s Aquarium – Toronto’s newest attraction, Ripley’s Aquarium is home to 16,000 aquatic animals and the longest underwater viewing tunnel in North America. The Aquarium provides a world class experience that fosters education, conservation, and research, all while providing fun and entertainment for everyone.
Art Gallery of Ontario – The Art Gallery of Ontario is one of the largest galleries in North America, home to over 80,000 works from 100 A.D to current day. Their mission is to bring people together with art to see, experience and understand the world in new ways.
CN Tower – Named one of the 7 wonders of the modern world, the CN Tower is an instantly recognizable landmark and a key component of Toronto’s skyline. Build up the courage to take part in the CN Tower edge walk, or enjoy dinner at 360, where you’re treated to an outstanding revolving view of Toronto more than 350 metres (1,150 ft) below.