Essential Stops for a Toronto Cultural Tour

If you have had the chance to spend any time in Canada, you realize that there are some beautiful cities in the country. Vancouver, which is the capital city of British Columbia, sits on Canada’s west coast like a shining jewel. It offers one of the greatest winter experiences in North America with Whistler Mountain being the top skiing area. Vancouver also has great restaurants, lots of green spaces, and you can visit attractions here that would satisfy even the most fickle visitor

Out east, Canada has two great cities, Montreal and Toronto. Montreal is an east coast wonderland that was settled by the French and where French is still the most commonly spoken language. People visit here because of the city’s charm and attractions that run from sports teams to theme parks. You also have access to the beautiful rural areas around the city, where biking and hiking are plentiful.

Canada’s top city in a number of areas is Toronto. The city is the business capital of Canada.

Its downtown is where the financial center of the countries located and it has the fastest growing downtown of any city. Toronto is also the largest city in Canada with a total population of more than 2 million. Many groups come to Toronto and get around the city utilizing a private bus.

Toronto bus rental options include some of the most comfortable and spacious buses around.


The Royal Ontario Museum or ROM Has gained an international reputation as one of the top museums in the world. Inside visitors can view a wonderful collection of artifacts from Canada’s history. The museum also features exhibitions from around the world, on a regular basis. ROM has been added onto throughout the years and has recently added an angular glass and steel wing. Many people are not happy with this type of addition to the traditional building, however over the years it continues to gain more positive reviews.


Internationally to not Toronto is known as an art city. It hosts one of the most popular film festivals in the world and also as many artists and its residents. In the city there is a unique looking building which is the art gallery of Toronto or AGO. The art gallery houses permanent collections from Canadian, African and Oceanic, and European artists and consistently has some of the world’s top temporary exhibition throughout the year. Visitors will find a beautiful interior and some of the world’s great art pieces.

CN Tower

Toronto’s most recognizable landmark is the 553 near CN Tower. This needle-shaped Monument Towers above the downtown Skyline and can be seen from anywhere in the city. It was built in 1972 and tickets place as one of the tallest structures in the world. Visitors today can take an elevator to several observation areas restaurants in the tower. Each offers spectacular views of Lake Ontario and the City. For the best view from the tower visit the Sky Pod. It is said that you can see Niagara Falls and even New York State from this level. The Outdoor Sky Terrace offers a glass floor viewing directly down over the city. Is also the 360 restaurant which revolves offering the best view from the tower..

Casa Loma

Casa Loma is Toronto’s most prominent and beautiful castle structure. This architectural Marvel with nearly 100 rooms was built by Sir Henry Pellatte, a Canadian millionaire who made his money by exploiting Niagara Falls as a tourist attraction. This one-of-a-kind structure has more than three dozen bathrooms, and sits on a beautiful manicured blonde. Today, Casa Loma is a museum with visitors can explore the finely decorated suites, the mysterious secret passages, an 800-foot tunnel, towers, several horse stables, and five acres of estate gardens that some say are the most beautiful in Canada.