Toronto: A World of Excitement, Fun & Possibilities

Cantrav is officially live and on the ground in Toronto.

Take a quick tour of Toronto, and it’s easy to see why Canada’s largest city is considered a multicultural, world-class destination at so many levels.  This bustling metropolis overflows with exciting opportunities to dine, explore, play and experience the city’s rich cultural scene.

  • For a taste of Toronto, try visiting any of the city’s unique and charming neighbourhoods – offering one of the most diverse and dynamic culinary scenes you’ll find anywhere. With more than 9,000 restaurants, it’s entirely possible to take a global culinary tour without ever leaving the city.  Craving Chinese? Ethiopian? Greek? Indian? Italian? Korean? Polish? No problem.  You’ll find it all and more in Toronto.
  • Thirsty for some local brew? Explore the burgeoning craft beer scene with a free tour of the Steam Whistle Brewing Company. Situated in the historic Roundhouse Building – which dates back to the locomotive era – this city-designated green building in downtown is where you’ll find out more about this award-winning lager, sample some tasty ale and even ring the actual steam whistle.
  • Tour the local wineries. Take a quick daytrip to breathtaking Niagara Falls less than two hours away, and stop by the numerous vineyards (and try some delicious wine) along the way.
  • Take advantage of some of the country’s most remarkable shopping (where you’ll find luxury to budget and vintage, with everything in between). Visit the PATH – an underground labyrinth linking 30 kilometers of shopping in downtown – and be sure to check out St. Lawrence Market, a Toronto landmark and the city’s largest indoor market.
  • Get cultured with the city’s vibrant theatre district. There’s a reason one of Toronto’s nicknames is “Broadway North.” From large-scale musical productions to notable independent shows, Toronto’s theatre scene easily rivals that of Broadway.  (Toronto even hosts TIFF, one of the world’s most celebrated film festivals.)
  • Art-lovers will find also plenty to explore. Visit the on -site galleries at the art-themed Gladstone Hotel, tour the Graffiti Alley – an energetic look at legal street art. Pop by the Art Gallery of Ontario, which features dramatic sculptural staircases designed by Toronto-born Frank Gehry, and get a fix of true Canadiana. Stop by the Royal Ontario Museum for art, world culture and some of Toronto’s natural history.
  • Last but not least, no trip to Toronto would be complete without a visit to the iconic CN Tower, which so easily dominates the city’s brilliant skyline. Make your way to the top for some spectacular, panoramic views of the entire city. Then test your nerves with the EdgeWalk – a 360-degree catwalk around the Tower’s skyscraping roof that hovers 356 metres (1,168 feet) above the ground.

From dining to art, culture and adventure – Toronto has it all and more.  How could Cantrav not represent Toronto with all this at your fingertips?  Regardless of your interest, there’s sure to be something for everyone in this cosmopolitan, international, multicultural city that’s home to some amazing, world-class experiences.  Reach out to Cantrav in Toronto to learn more about this incredible city and what we can do for you.