Toronto - YYZ
The first city of our Wanderer Collection. YYZ holds a special place in our hearts being our home city's major international airport. YYZ aka Pearson International Airport is located the main airport serving Toronto and its surrounding area.
Toronto, home to the Toronto Raptors and Maple Leafs, this bustling city is filled with places to see and things to do. Recognized as one of the most multicultural and cosmopolitan cities in the world, Toronto is known as the international center of business, finance, art & culture.
If you're planning to visit Toronto, here are our top 5 must-see places:
- CN Tower
- Your trip to Toronto is not complete without visiting the CN tower - Toronto most iconic landmark. Located in downtown core, this tower holds the world's tallest free-standing structure for 32 years before it was surpassed by the Burj Khalifa in 2007.
- Nearby location, just steps away from the CN tower includes Toronto Railway museum, Ripley's aquarium, the Roger's Stadium and the Steam Whistle brewery. Make the most out of your trip by visiting this area.
- St. Lawrence Market
- Looking for good local food? Look no further than the St. Lawrence Market! The remnant of old City Hall, St. Lawrence market boasts over 200 vendors selling fresh pasta, artisanal bread, lobsters, caviar and more.
- Our personal favourite: St. Urbain Bagel for the freshest and most authentic bagels!
- Art Gallery of Ontario, or known as the AGO, is located on Dundas St. West and was established since 1900. The museum is home to a permanent collection of over 120,000 works from the first century until present day.
- Distillery District
- Pedestrian only are, the Distillery District is one of our favourite places to visit when we're in the city. Filled with restored Historic buildings, you'll find that the Distillery District is a haven for arts, cultures and entertainment. A one-of-a-kind stop for all sort of local shops, restaurants, cafes, studios, galleries and more.
- Casa Loma
- Casa Loma is a historic house museum and landmark in midtown Toronto, Canada. Constructred in 1911-1914 for a residence for Sir Henry Pellat, the building is now open as a museum to the public, as well as a popular filming location.
- You might also recognize Casa Loma in many of your favourite movies & TV shows - Xmen, Harry Potter, Hemlock Groves and many more.