Top 5 Places To Visit In Toronto

Many would consider Toronto as the New York City of Canada, and for good reasons. In Toronto, the fun never stops as there are just so many things to see and do, that there’s just too many to count. Whether it is food, art, nightlife, or historical sites, Toronto has it all.
Here are the best pizza spots in Toronto:
1. Distillery District
A commercial and residential district located in the east of Downtown, Toronto. Once, home to the Gooderham and Worts Distillery, one of Canada’s largest distilleries, produced over 2 million gallons of whisky that were mainly exported to the world market. Now it is one of Canada’s National Historic Site, where you will find a number of indie cafes, restaurants, shops, and of course distilleries. If you love food, art, and alcohol this is the place to be.
2. Art Gallery of Ontario
Being one of the largest art museums in North America, the Art Gallery of Ontario houses an impressive collection of over 98,000 artworks from around the world. In addition to just artwork, here you will also find artist studios, restaurants, event spaces, gift shops, library, theatre, research center, and workshops. Best of all, you can have full access to the art gallery (for free) every Wednesday between 6-9 pm.
3. Habour Front
Toronto’s downtown Habour Front is located along the shore of Lake Ontario. Here you can enjoy scenery unlike any other, with its impressive view of the waterfront and the surrounding sleek condos. You can expect a night of excitement, as the Habour Front Centre works with over 450 community organizations and has hosted over 4000 unforgettable events in a year. Along the Habour Front, you also will find many great restaurants, galleries, and shops.
4. Kensington Market
The fun never stops in this eccentric neighborhood. Here you can see things where you just can’t find anywhere house. This is why it’s the gathering spot for artists and tourists as there are many indie shops, vintage shops, and art spaces, as well as different specialty good stores such as grocers, bakeries, cheese shops, and some of Toronto’s trendiest coffee shops. At Kensington Market, there are many things to see and do that you just can’t afford to miss in Toronto.
5. Toronto Islands
Made up of 15 small islands in Lake Ontario, you can reach the islands by taking a quick ferry. This is the place to be if you want to get out of the city. Here you can enjoy the beauty of nature, with trees and plant life that you can only find on the islands. This is a great spot if you want to have a picnic with the family, do some exercise, or just enjoy some nice scenic views. You can even rent bikes, and cycle around the whole island to see the many things which they offer.