Packages in Toronto
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Toronto Vacation Packages
Toronto Vacation Packages
Travelers to this part of Central Ontario will be rubbing shoulders with about 4,600,000 residents.
Escape the adult world and be transported into a realm of wonder at Canada's Wonderland and Wild Water Kingdom. Want more? Playdium and Canadian National Exhibition are also highly recommended by parents.
At Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, you can learn about the mysteries of the sea while standing safely on land.
You'll be able to take heaps of photos of the leathery lizards and warm-blooded mammals at Toronto Zoo and Reptilia Zoo. Try to arrange a zookeeper talk at Riverdale Farm for a fully comprehensive zoological adventure.
There's a good chance you've spent a while sampling the local beer, so why not head over to Cameron's Brewing Company and find out why it's so delicious? If you're lucky, you'll find a few drinks around the place as well!
At Still Waters Distillery, experts and amateurs alike can enjoy the sights and smells of the vineyards and wine presses, before savoring the final product.
You'll be amazed by the wide range of plants and flowers on display when you and your family stop by Toronto Botanical Garden and Edward Gardens. Botany enthusiasts might also want to take a stroll around Allan Gardens and Gairloch Gardens.
Pack some lunch and take it easy for a while in the lush surroundings of Centennial Park and Kew Gardens. Morningside Park and Downsview Park are two more pleasant spots to while away a lazy afternoon with a good book.
Admire the view over the flowing water as it plunges down into the bubbling pool below at Hilton Falls.
Fresh water lakes almost always draw in a wide range of critters. Take a pair of binoculars to Lake Aquitaine Park and Tommy Thompson Park and see what's around. If that fails, perhaps you'll have better luck at Heart Lake Conservation Area or Toogood Pond Park.
Are you looking to visit some of the surrounding coastline? Savor the fresh sea air and watch the seabirds flying overhead at HTO Park and Hanlan's Point.
Need to escape the stress of the city? Head out to Rattlesnake Point and Bronte Creek Provincial Park. Nature enthusiasts will also have an excellent time at Kelso Conservation Area and Crawford Lake Indian Village.
See the world in a new light with a trip to one of the area's wonderfully curated cultural institutions. Savor the contemplative atmosphere as you check out the varied collections at Hockey Hall of Fame and Royal Ontario Museum. Another two worth considering are Ontario Science Centre and Art Gallery of Ontario.
Add to your understanding of art, and perhaps even pick up something for the lounge room at one of the area's many exhibition spaces. Start off your tour of this creative paradise at TIFF Bell Lightbox and Art Gallery of Toronto. Afterwards, if you still have some energy left in the tank, finish up your day at Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art and Art Gallery of Mississauga.
History buffs can travel back through time at Spadina Museum and Elman W. Campbell Museum. Halton Region Museum and Oakville Museum are also highly esteemed choices.
University of Toronto and Casa Loma are certainly worth paying a visit to, even if you're not a passionate history buff. More tales from a bygone era await at Campbell House Museum and Gibson House Museum.
The area's spiritual side can be experienced at Church of the Annunciation and St. Michael's Cathedral. If you'd like to see a couple more religious sites, check for guided tours at St. George's Anglican Church and Kiever Synagogue.
After seeing all the major attractions around Toronto, consider stopping by some of its lesser-known sights. Toronto Public Library and Toronto City Hall are two interesting options. If you have the time, also visit Harbourfront Centre and Hockley Valley Resort.
As you'd expect from a provincial capital, Toronto features a wide choice of hotels and other accommodations. You'll be sure to find the perfect place for you amid the 223 Toronto hotel listings on Expedia's hotels guide.
The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto, 181 Wellington St W, and the Four Seasons Hotel Toronto, at 60 Yorkville Avenue, are two great examples of high-ranking hotels in Toronto. Alternatively, in the lower price bracket, you can check out the Pimblett's Downtown Toronto B&B and the Days Inn - Toronto East Beaches. The Pimblett's Downtown Toronto B&B is located at 242 Gerrard Street East, while the Days Inn - Toronto East Beaches can be found at 1684 Queen St E.
CN Tower is a not-to-be-missed sight for those visiting Toronto, and staying in the vicinity is a good way to ensure you get the chance to fully appreciate it. The Shangri-la hotel Toronto is situated just 0.4 miles away. Also nearby is the Trump International Hotel & Tower Toronto.