Canada: Toronto

Back in 2013 we went on a two weeks trip to Canada for our honeymoon.
Our first stop was Toronto. We had a centrally located hotel, making it easy to explore the city during our one week stay.
I will try to give you an overview of the places and sights we visited and which you should not miss if you ever get the chance to go there.

CN Tower

Probably one of the most famous attractions in the city. You can either enjoy a spectacular view over the entire city from the top or look down on the streets through the glass floor, located at 342m height.

Distillery Historic District

The distillery historic district is located in downtown Toronto. You will find an amazing combination of Victorian industrial architecture and modern design and art there. Selected shops, cafes and restaurants offer a great place to take a break from the hectic city life.

Niagara Falls

How could you not use the chance to visit that spectacular place when you are in the area. We took the train early one morning to be able to spend a full day there. This is highly recommendable as there is just so much to do and see, including the journey behind the falls or the white water walk.

University of Toronto

The area around the university of Toronto, the downtown campus to be precise, we more or less discovered by chance when strolling around.
It is surrounded with lots of beautiful historical buildings and offers lots of nice photo spots.

What else to do?

Apart from the above mentioned sights we mainly tried to soak up as many impressions as possible by strolling through the streets. Some of the nicest spots and places we found during our wanderings are shown below

Toronto Island

Sugar Beach

Metropolitan United Church

St. Lawrence Market

„Immigrant Family“ sculpture

Next week I will let you know where the second half of our honeymoon took us and show you some more impressions from our trip 🙂

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