Toronto is the biggest city of Canada and amongst the biggest cities in North America. One of Canada's best kept secrets, Toronto is on par with New York City, San Francisco and Chicago when it comes to cultural attractions and urban endeavors. The city is one of the grand centers for opera and many kinds of music performances, it a known theater and live performance center and a lot more. When visiting Toronto it is advisable to check out all the cultural attractions that may be present at the city in the time of your visit. The best plan is to combine those attractions with your points of interest in order to have several nice days of enriching culture and visiting landmarks. The city of Toronto is vast and known also with its many parks, clubs and born by its intentional populations various attractions. Be advised to try to break out all the things that you wish to visit in blocks and by neighborhoods as this way you will be forced to pass out as little as possible. One of the best places to start is at the top, and in this city there's no mistaking where that is. The landmark CN Tower is one of the tallest structures in the world and also an important telecommunications hub. Take the elevator to the top for a breathtaking view of the city and its surrounding areas. Right next door at the SkyDome, now the Rogers Centre you can catch a Blue Jays game or just walk around the massive stadium. Other landmarks are the Royal Ontario Museum, the largest in Canada with fascinating archeology and natural history exhibits, and the Art Gallery of Ontario, with a fine collection of European and Canadian works. Don't miss the funky stores and ethnic restaurants on Queen Street West or the elegant boutiques and fine eateries of Yorkville. Also head down to Harbourfront, a complex of unique shops and restaurants right on beautiful Lake Ontario. From Harbourfront you can hop on a ferry to the Toronto Islands for a picnic and outdoor recreation. Toronto is an especially great destination for families as most attractions are child-friendly. Plus, it is an incredibly clean, safe and easy city to get around either on foot or by public transportation. And don't forget - there are tons more of attractions, activities and interesting places to see in Toronto, visit them and write here at HolidayStreets.com about their beauty and mystery!