One of the largest multinational cities in the world, Toronto is located in Southern Ontario on the shore of Lake Ontario. About a half of its citizens were born outside of Canada, fact that greatly affects city life, as relocating cultures have transformed the area into a hyperactive human blend of ethnic and historic districts.
Toronto buildings, on the other hand, vary in design and age. One of the most prominent buildings of the city’s contemporary architecture is the CN Tower, a telecommunications and tourism hub, which for years maintained the status of tallest freestanding building in the world until 2007 when is was beat by Burj Khalifa in Dubai.
Those with interest in science might appreciate The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), the biggest museum of natural history in Canada. Each year, the ROM hosts a variety of big exhibitions around the world.
Another outstanding city attraction that brings travelers from all over the country and the world is Casa Loma, a Majestic Castle offering an opportunity to go back in time to a period of European elegance and luxury.