The city of Toronto has been around since the late 18th century so there are many old mansions and buildings still standing in the city that are bound to be haunted and rumored with tales of ghosts. With Halloween right around the corner October is one of the best times of the year to venture out and see if the stories are true.
Being the largest city in all of Canada, Toronto is known for many things from its tall buildings to its shopping malls, sports teams, nightlife, food and breweries. From small microbreweries to large well known beers it would be pretty hard for you to go thirsty in Toronto.
Viator Private Guide, Raisa Shuster, has been showing visitors around Toronto since 2004. We asked her for some advice on visiting the city as the temperatures start to cool and the leaves begin to change. Here are some of her tips for visiting Toronto in autumn.
The St Lawrence Market in Toronto was recently named the world’s best food market by National Geographic so it has a lot of live up to. A popular place to visit for locals and tourists a like, one might get overwhelmed at all of the choices once inside. Here are a few top suggestions of what to eat at the St Lawrence Market to help make your visit to the market more informed, enjoyable and delicious.
The City of Toronto Operates 10 historic museums in the city with one of the best being The Spadina Museum: Historic House and Gardens. Completed in 1866 this historic house, its land and furnishings were donated to the City of Toronto in1978 and it officially became a museum in 1984. For the majority of its life as a museum the house has been preserved as it itself has existed over the years of having 4 generations of the Austin family living in the home with its own various designs and décor developing historically.
Toronto is the largest city in Canada and is a place that you can get pretty lost in if you don’t know your way around or have a plan of things to see and do. To help make your first visit a bit easier here are a few suggestions of things “not” to do when visiting Toronto.