At the beginning of June 2013 the Travel Bloggers Exchange Conference (TBEX) is being held for two days in Toronto, Ontario. There will be over 1,000 travel bloggers and people in the travel industry in Toronto for the conference and many will be trying to figure out all of the things to do in Canada’s largest city. This comprehensive list should get your travel plans started.
Category: Top Attractions
April 2, 2013
The Royal Ontario Museum is one of Toronto’s top attractions and is one of Canada’s best museums. With over one million visitors a year it holds the largest world culture and natural history collection in all of Canada and is one of the largest museums in North America.
February 19, 2013
Those visiting Toronto, Canada, who have an interest in history and architecture should make a visit to Casa Loma. Literally meaning “house on a hill,” Casa Loma is a Gothic Revival-style castle that is now a museum and landmark allowing visitors a glimpse into 20th-century Toronto.
January 22, 2013
Attractions that offer ultra-high views of a city, like the Empire State Building, continue to draw millions of visitors a year, and Toronto isn’t without fantastic, record-breaking heights of its own. The most popular observation deck in Toronto is the CN Tower, with a total height of 553 meters (1,815 feet) and an observation deck height of 447 meters (1467 feet).
January 8, 2013
A Toronto visit isn’t complete without a trip to the Royal Ontario Museum—one of the largest museums on the entire continent, full of artifacts from cultures around the globe (six million of them!), dinosaur fossils, and hands-on exhibits. 1,000 of these scientific artifacts comprise a so-called ‘cabinet of curiosities,’ which you can see as you walk along the famous and stunning J. F. Driscoll Family Stair of Wonders.
October 16, 2012
Alright, so you’ve touched down and for whatever reason you’ve got just one day to make the most of your time in Toronto. Don’t fret. The old adage “If you want something done, give it to a busy man” applies here. You’re strapped on time, and there’s plenty to see, but if you look ahead and plan on seeing what best piques your interest, you’re sure to have a great time in this exciting Canadian city.