If you don't speak English, then brush up on your French when you visit Toronto, as these are the two official languages. Known as being the fourth most livable city in the world in terms of low crime, public transport and cleanliness, Toronto is the capital of Ontario. By the year 2020 it is touted that Toronto will have the highest number of high-rise condominiums in the world. It is a multi-cultural center with 49.9% of its population being immigrants and the largest number of Italians outside of Italy. Over 21 million people visit Toronto annually.
Having over 8000 restaurants and the fantastic St Lawrence Market, finding something or somewhere to eat is no drama. This is where the largest single day parade in North America is held, "Caribana", when over a million people come to watch the frivolities. Home to Canada's largest zoo, The Toronto Zoo, this is one place not to miss out on visiting. You can get lost playing on the underground pedestrian system "PATH" that connects 1200 restaurants and stores, 50 office towers and 20 parking garages, where an annual sidewalk sale takes place. If you want to get energetic, then go for a skate at one of the 52 outdoor skating rinks or head to High Park for a breath of fresh air and take a hike. There are big and small theaters for a cultural hit, over 200 public art works and monuments, and over 70 film festivals are held on an annual basis.
Niagara Falls is nearby and definitely worth taking the 90-minute car drive to stand at the top of Table Rock, or if you have a thick wallet, go for a helicopter flight over the gushing falls. You can learn how to throw an axe like a true lumberjack or merely throw the credit card on the counter in one of the many boutique shops. For the history buff there is the Royal Ontario Museum or for the discerning eater, do the rounds of the restaurants in Chinatown, Little India or Little Italy.
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