Sightseers, partiers, and classy travelers alike will get a kick out of Toronto‘s many New Year’s Eve events. No matter how you plan to spend your evening—a glass of champagne, a view of the fireworks, or just going with the flow—you’ll be pumped up for 2013 by the time the clock strikes twelve. Here are some ideas of how to spend your evening:
Toronto is home to over 2.6 million people. Known for its Stock Exchange, multiculturalism, shopping, sports teams and tourists attraction like the CN Tower this popular city has a lot to offer. However it also has a lot of secrets, and to help teach you a bit about this fine city and answer some of your questions about it here are 15 things you didn’t know about Toronto.
Craft beer and beer in general is huge in Toronto, however with so many options to choose in the city from where do you start? In no particular order, here are some suggestions for the beer lover’s guide to Toronto.
Flying over Toronto in a helicopter is a great way to see the city and not have to worry about traffic. You’ll soar approximately 2000 feet above sea level, past the city’s tallest skyscrapers, CN Tower and waterfront on your choice of a 7 or 14-mile journey. You may even spot parts of Toronto you may have never seen before. The ride is fairly smooth and intimate as the helicopter only accommodates 4 people at a time including the pilot.