A trip to Toronto as an international student
Toronto’s most prominent attraction is the CN Tower, the tallest free-standing structure in the western hemisphere and it now includes EdgeWalk, a thrilling hands-free walk around the outside ledge of the tower. Standing at 1,815 feet tall and designated as one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World, this engineering marvel is not only a top-notch dining and entertainment venue, it’s a Canadian icon and an enduring symbol of Toronto.
Explore the Royal Ontario Museum
Your stay in Toronto is not complete without visiting the Royal Ontario Museum– Canada’s largest museum covering world cultures and natural history, which is conveniently based in downtown Toronto. The ROM also offers special programs and events, and also educational activities. Students discounts are available.
The Dislillery District is a great place to spend half a day if you are near downtown Toronto and want to get off the beaten track for a little while. You will not find any chain stores or cafes in this pedestrian-only village, only one-of-a-kind, independent shops and galleries. It is set amidst fabulous Victorian architecture and is devoted to promoting the arts and culture.
Enjoy a day in this breathtaking park. Discover High Park's the ravines, hiking trails, and mature oaks. Take a picnic and a book to read when the weather is good, and sit on a lawn to relax. There is something for everyone, even a pool and a zoo!
Find yourself in a rich cultural environment showcasing Candian and international art. The centre "provides internationally renowned programming in the arts, culture, education and recreation, all within a collection of distinctive venues in the heart of Toronto’s downtown waterfront".