Great food and craft beer? Tick. Super cool art galleries and museums? Tick. Trendy bars and cosy pubs? Tick. A great outdoors with active adventures? Tick. Cosmopolitan, multicultural and artistically inclined Toronto is a city that has something for everybody. Culture vultures among you can spend their Toronto holiday wandering the graffiti-adorned streets, hopping between galleries, catching a show at the theatre, then ending the night in a hidden bar with live music and poetry readings; while those looking to balance city slicking with nature can add in a spot of paddleboarding and kayaking around the Toronto Islands,
visits to visiting the beaches along Lake Ontario, or even a 90-minute drive out of the city to visit the iconic Niagara Falls.
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However you while away the hours on a holiday to Toronto, one thing you can count on is that you'll have ample opportunity to tuck into some really delicious food. With such a diverse and multicultural population, Toronto's foodie scene is as varied as they come. You can visit Little Italy for lunch before tucking into xiao long bao (soup dumpings) in Chinatown for dinner, or pack a picnic full of local produce from the historic St Lawrence Market to take into one of the lovely city parks and grab a deliciously indulgent food truck poutine after enjoying Toronto's bustling nightlife.