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Monday, 3rd of August 2015 | Due to industrial action, international travellers should arrive early and allow plenty of time to go through customs.
Visit North America’s only ‘true castle’ perched high above the city of Toronto. Ancient gothic architecture, five acre gardens, underground tunnels and a museum, will transport you to a medieval world. Take a guided tour or watch a documentary about the millionaire who built this charming structure.
Undoubtedly one of the top tourist attractions, CN Tower is the world’s tallest free-standing structure, at 553 metres tall. It takes only 58 seconds to get to the top and experience one of the best views in North America. If you’re not scared of heights, the glass floor is a thrilling touch, giving you 1,122 feet views down below!
A perfect place to explore Toronto and Lake Ontario, Exhibition Place is home to almost half of Toronto’s historical buildings and is set in expansive parklands. Visit an exhibition, watch a live performance or visit a historical monument such as the Shrine Peace Memorial or the Princes’ Gates.
Escape the crowds of downtown Toronto and head to the Toronto Islands, off Lake Ontario by ferry. A family-friendly destination, enjoy the Centreville Amusement Park or the Gibraltrar Point Lighthouse. For couples and romantics there are secluded clothing-optional beaches and breathtaking views of the Toronto skyline.