Steps to Traveling to Toronto

Written By Steps To Faculty Published April 21st, 2010

There are many places that let us to get away from our daily work and boring routine and relax our mind. One of the world’s greatest places to do this is Toronto. Located in the southern tip of the Province of Ontario in Canada, Toronto is rich with history, culinary delights, inexpensive lodging, top shopping and multiculturalism. Take a peak!

Step 1 Remember to bring your passport

New rules and international regulations require you to have a current and valid passport from your host country before you can enter anywhere in Canada.

Step 2 Grab a deal

There are many hotels that provide good services to weary travelers throughout the city. Many of the hotels are situated near the airport. Other accommodations are scattered in outlying areas nearby. A very good place near the airport that costs CAN $87-$129 for a double room is QUALITY SUITES TORONTO AIRPORT .

Step 3 Prepare to sightsee

The best places to travel are the ones which satisfy the traveler in every way and always leave them wanting for more. Toronto never bores visitors as they offer a diverse number of sites to see and numerous recreational sites and malls. These places are famous and convenient. For example, the CN Tower is the world’s tallest building structure with a height of 1,815 feet. While treating yourself or your family to a delicious meal, you can view the city from the world’s largest observation deck at Sky Pod.

Step 4 Enjoy the waterfront

Harbourfront Centre is a lively place to visit while in Toronto. You can enjoy free concerts and family-oriented events every day and evening. You can also engage in gallery visits and exclusive shopping.

Step 5 Visit a museum

Toronto houses some of the most expansive museums in North America, such as the Bata Shoe Museum, which has over 10,000 shoes. You can also gaze at sculptures and original paintings at the royal Ontario Museum or enjoy kid-friendly sites at the Discovery Centre.

Step 6 Visit Eaton Centre, Chinatown, and Centre Island

Join over one million weekly visitors at the Eaton Centre, which has over 360 stores and is located in the Bloor-Yorkville district (aka Canada’s Rodeo Drive). You can also experience culture in Chinatown, Little Italy, or Kensington Market. Finally, take a 10 minute ferry ride to Centre Island for bike rides and a short delightful break from the city scene.

Toronto is a must stop destination that is easy on your budget.


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