Co-op Cabs’ Favorite Places to Visit in Toronto

Toronto is the largest city in Ontario and the financial hub of Canada. It is a relatively modern city that beautifully blends its late 18th century heritage with its present day achievements. The city has many interesting places that attract millions of tourists from around the world every year. Toronto’s waterfront is one of the largest recreational waterfronts in North America and is the perennial favorite of tourists. It is where many of Co-op Cabs‘ favorite places to visit in Toronto are located.

**CN Tower:** The most famous landmark in Toronto. The CN Tower rises up to a height of 1,815 feet above the city. Although no longer the tallest manmade structure in the world, it was nominated as one of the Seven Wonders of Modern World because of its incredible engineering and architecture. With glass elevators, glass door observation decks with a transparent floor, a simulator theatre, and a revolving restaurant, it a great place to spend the day. The tower provides a perfect bird’s eye view of the city and its surrounding areas. No visit to Toronto can be complete without visiting the CN Tower!

**Canada’s Wonderland:** If you are visiting with kids, then Canada’s Wonderland is one place you shouldn’t miss. It is home to Leviathan, the biggest roller coaster in all of Canada. There are 68 exciting rides for both children and adults. In Planet Snoopy, children are welcomed by Snoopy, Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang. The park also features MTV Games’ Rock Band Live a thrilling live multimedia show.

**The Toronto Zoo:** Featuring more than 5,000 animals in their natural environment, the Toronto Zoo is an animal lover’s delight. The zoo is divided into various geographic regions containing wildlife specific to each region. Within the 710 acres of the zoo, you can experience the African Savanna, the Great Barrier Reef of Australia, tropical rainforests and the Siberian wilderness, just to name a few. The zoo is home of the some of the rarest wild animals, including the snow leopard Siberian tiger. New for this season are the giant pandas, Er Shun and Da Mao!

**Chinatown:** Every great multicultural city has a bustling Chinatown and Toronto’s is the second largest in North America. A visit to the city’s Chinatown transports you to a unique place where you can find great bargains on jewelry, clothing, household items and groceries. As in all Chinatowns, the streets are lined with hundreds of restaurants that serve authentic Chinese delicacies. There are also restaurants that serve Thai, Vietnamese and other East Asian foods.

**The Eaton Centre:** For those who love shopping, the Eaton Centre is the place to go when you are in Toronto. Located in the heart of the city’s downtown core, this modern and spacious mall has more than 250 stores that cater to the high-end crowd as well as the budget conscious shoppers. Even if shopping is not your cup of tea, make a stop here to see the four-level architectural wonder that has a glass dome featuring Flight Stop, a huge geese mobile designed by Canadian artist Michael Snow.

Other interesting places to visit in Toronto are Air Canada Centre, Casa Loma, Centre Island, The Distillery District, Harbourfront, Roger’s Centre (formerly Skydome), Royal Ontario Museum and Yorkville. All the major tourist attractions in Toronto are within easy reach by the city roadways. Co-op Cabs, one of the largest cab companies in the city, has many years of experience providing reliable, safe and economical transportation to our favourite destinations and any area of the city of Toronto.