Toronto is not only beautiful; it’s full of energy. The multicultural atmosphere and varied entertainment explain why it is the world’s most liveable city. 50% of residents living in “the 6” as Toronto is popularly referred to by locals were born outside of the country, this amazing conglomeration of cultures is no doubt what contributes so much of the city’s character and verve.
Toronto is considered as a ‘city within a park’ – miles of lake and woodland areas to be found in the world’s most liveable city. If you are looking for family fun don’t forget the chain of islands called Toronto Island Park. You won’t see any cars there; only bikes, skates, and boats. Look out for the Gibraltar Point Lighthouse, built way back in 1808.
Being very cosmopolitan, Toronto offers many experiences from different cultures. You will discover these from the cafes, bars, shops, and restaurants in the South Asian community. It’s a top city when it comes to cuisine. Try Chinatown for Vietnamese and Thai cuisine and Yorkville if you want to people-watch.
If you are night owls, you will find that the Fashion District and Clubland have heaps of bars to select from. Don’t leave Toronto without the cherry on the top, a visit to Niagara Falls; around 130 km southwest of Toronto – it’s a natural wonder drawing over 14-million visitors every year. Understandably, Toronto is the world’s most liveable city.