Toronto is a dynamic city that’s surrounded with towering skyscrapers and home to several great museums and galleries. It’s also where you’ll find the CN Tower, the tallest freestanding tower in North America. Despite being a cosmopolitan city, Toronto is still filled with lots of green spaces, such as the Queen’s Park and the 400-acre high park.
Thankfully, Toronto has an efficient public transportation system. This means that exploring the city on your own should be a breeze. The best way to explore Toronto is by taking the metro trains, which runs in and out of the Union Station. You can refer to our Toronto metro map if you need help on how to use the metro train. This map will tell you the nearest stations of the places you plan on visiting. There are also other attractions in Toronto that you can reach by taking the public bus. The city has a reliable network of commuter bus known as the Go Transit and serves the Greater Toronto Area. Our free copy of the Toronto Transport Map can come in handy if you want to explore Toronto using the public transportation.
There are lots of interesting sights to see in Toronto. Aside from the iconic CN Tower, you should also make sure to visit the Casa Loma, Royal Ontario Museum, and the Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada. To make the most of your holiday in Toronto, use our free printable copy of the Toronto Tourist Sightseeing Map as your guide.
Despite the modern infrastructures and development, Toronto is still filled with tons of green spaces. If you prefer to explore by foot and wander around the parks and gardens in the city, go check out our Toronto Walking Tour Maps. This map will give you information on which places in Toronto can be possibly explored on foot.
For families who are taking their kids with them on their holiday to Toronto, the most convenient way to explore this lovely city is to join the Hop on Hop off Bus Tours. If you want to know where these tours will take you, our Toronto Hop On Hop Off Bus Map will guide you.Read More See Less
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Toronto attractions map is one of the essentials you must have on your visit to Toronto city. It helps you design your day–to–day itinerary, gives you insights into how Toronto main attractions are connected and also provides you with well–detailed navigation through the Toronto's streets and neighbourhoods for easy touring.