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City of Toronto | Private jet charter

Toronto is home to around 2.6 million people and located on the shore of Lake Ontario. As well as a thriving cultural scene, Toronto boasts an historic distillery district, world-class museums, parks and gardens, an exciting harbour front, as well as a range of exciting food and craft markets and superb retail therapy.

CN Tower

The best views of Toronto are from the top of the 553m-high CN Tower. Head to  Downtown Toronto and take the two elevators up to the Sky Pod at 447m, giving you uninterrupted views across the city.

The LookOut restaurant is a great place to dine with the best views, as are the 360 and Horizon eateries. And one floor below here is the famous Glass Floor and Outdoor Sky Terrace. Those without vertigo can also join the Edge Walk on a 1.5m ledge at 365m – attached by a harness.

St Lawrence Market

Front Street East is the location of Toronto’s famous St Lawrence Market complex, housed in three buildings: St Lawrence Hall, the South Market and the North Market. South Market offers visitors an eclectic selection of restaurants, artisan food and craft stalls as well as cultural exhibits, and you can enjoy a cookery lesson at the Market Kitchen. Local farmers bring their cheese, meat and other produce for sale at the North Market building. Join a walking tour and take in the sights – and aromas – of one of Toronto’s most popular tourist attractions.

Distillery District

Toronto’s historic Distillery District has been restored to create a fascinating entertainment and shopping district – the Victorian industrial architecture providing an enigmatic backdrop to 21st century design and creativity with galleries, restaurants, craft shops, coffee emporiums, artists’ studios and year-round events.

Eaton Center

If shopping is your thing, head for the iconic Eaton Center retail complex at the north edge of Toronto’s central business district. The area has its own subway station and has a huge array of more than 250 department stores, boutiques, restaurants, cafes and emporiums.

High Park

Toronto is not only blessed with its lakeside location; the city also has plenty of green spaces in which to relax and unwind. High Park – a 165-acre park – boasts nature trails, natural streams and ponds, sunken gardens and much more. Perfect for families, there are also swimming and paddling pools, picnic areas and even a scenic train tour.

Toronto Islands

Seeing Toronto and her islands is a must during your stay in Ontario. Departing from the Queen’s Quay Terminal, take a day trip out to the Toronto Island where you can enjoy swimming, rowing, sailing and walking.

View our interactive map of Toronto and discover more of what this great city has to offer.

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