Toronto, Ontario, Canada (Photo: Diego Grandi/Shutterstock)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada (Photo: Diego Grandi/Shutterstock)

Shayne Rodriguez Thompson
Cruise Critic Contributor

Port of Toronto

Toronto is the capital of the Canadian province of Ontario, located right on Lake Ontario. It's a thoroughly metropolitan and diverse city that is dotted with a number of well-thought-out green spaces ideal for any cruisers who might tire of the city's hustle and bustle quickly.

While there is much to see and do in Toronto, from world-class theater and museums to interesting local markets and a vast array of excellent restaurants, a visit to CN Tower is a must for any first-time visitor. Standing at over 1,800 feet, CN Tower is the tallest building in the western hemisphere and a ride to the top offers visitors unprecedented views reaching as far as 100 miles away. Plus, the tower is home to award-winning restaurants and even has a kids' play area. Cruisers who prefer the outdoors should check out the Toronto Zoo, any of the city's beaches or the trails at the 400-acre High Park.

Shore Excursions

About Toronto


Pro

A diverse and easy-to-navigate city with a vibrant culture and friendly locals.

Con

A true metropolis with big crowds and lots of noise, especially in the busiest tourist areas of Toronto.

Bottom Line

Toronto is a multi-faceted city with many attractions to choose from, including one of the tallest buildings in the world.


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