There are lots of different things to do in Toronto: sports, food, history and shopping and whilst some of these are obvious (and included in the incredible CityPass!) some things to do in the city aren't as obvious. Read our guide to the hits and misses of Toronto for some ideas of attractions to visit in the city and those which aren't really worth the time.
Coming straight from New York I had no idea what to expect from Toronto and other than tourism attractions I didn’t plan anything to do, so it came as a surprise to us that we spent so much time eating and drinking in the city. there is such a huge variety of cuisines in the city, with everything from Vietnamese to Indian, Japanese to Korean and a really amazing Chinatown, allowing us to try so many different styles of food. I would definitely recommend trying the huge range of dining styles and cultures, so here’s a few of the restaurants and bars I would (or wouldn't) recommend visiting while in the city.
Canada's largest city, Toronto is a blending pot of cultures and ethnicities, which makes it home to a vast array of restaurants with everything from Vietnamese to Korean and Jamaican. Although English may be the first language of its citizens, it is at first confusing to see French just as frequently spoken and with most English instructions and signs followed by a French translation. Toronto is truly a multicultural city, with a lively entertainment district and North America's largest underground pedestrian system, host to over 1,000 shops so check out our quick guide to this culturally rich city.