Toronto beckons you to explore its Chinatown, Indian Bazaar and culture-rich neighbourhoods. Dine in style at the CN Towers in its very own revolving restaurant offering unrivalled 360-degree views over this awe-inspiring metropolis. Visit the awesome spectacle of Niagara Falls, a wonder of the world and unforgettable experience. View from the Skylon Tower Observaton Deck or from the top of Clifton Hill's Niagara SkWheel.
Toronto has its fair share of leisurely and historic sightseeing. But, for the past 40 years, the CN Tower’s been grabbing all the headlines, with its glass-walled (and bottomed) elevator up to its LookOut, revolving 360 Restaurant, famous Glass Floor (jump if you dare), and daredevil EdgeWalk — a hands-free jaunt around the tower’s ledge.
Once you’ve got your bearings at CN Tower, head down to the city streets to modern musts like Toronto Eaton Centre and old-world spots like the historic Distillery District. Or grab picnic treats from St Lawrence Market and nip over to Toronto Islands to enjoy its car-free peace, city skyline views, and bikes, boats, and beaches.
The hat-trick of waterfall-watching experiences: most arriving at Niagara Falls either sail into the spray below it by boat, soar above it by helicopter, or view it from the 233 metre high deck (or revolving restaurant) of Skylon Tower. If you can, do them all — each (forgivably touristy) experience gives a completely different and exhilarating perspective.
Niagara Falls aren’t just about the cascades. That might be what first attracted travellers here, but locals have been coming up with plenty of ways to make you stay longer — mixing Vegas-style attractions like water parks, dazzling theatre shows, and casinos, with luxury trimmings like golf, spas, and wine tasting in the surrounding vineyards. Make sure you take time to visit pretty town of Niagara-on-the-Lake.