Located on the northwest shore of Lake Ontario, it is the largest and most populous city in Canada, and the fifth largest city in North America. It is the financial center of the country, it is considered a global city and one of the main financial cities in the world. It leads Canada's economic sectors of finance, business services, telecommunications, transportation, media, arts, film, medical research, education and tourism. Due to the low crime rate, caring environment and high standard of living, Toronto is considered one of the cities with the best quality of life in the world. Its skyscrapers and avant-garde buildings are a reflection of the city's modernity. It is part of the Guinness Book of Records for having the longest avenue in the world with 1,896 kilometers in length that runs through the province from the northern shore of Lake Ontario to the Rainy River, this avenue divides the city in two. In this city, sports are experienced in a special way since it has teams in the main sports leagues.As far as tourism is concerned, Toronto has a lot to offer, not only in the city, but also in its surroundings:- CN Tower (National Tower of Canada): It is the tallest broadcasting tower in America at 553.3 meters high and is considered one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World by the American Society of Civil Engineers.- Rogers Center :Originally known as SkyDome, its name change was due to the purchase of the venue by Rogers Communications in 2005. It is a multi-use stadium located in downtown Toronto next to the CN Tower. It was inaugurated in 1989 and has capacity for almost 50,000 spectators. It is the headquarters of several teams from different leagues such as the Toronto Blue Jays, Toronto F.C., Toronto Raptors and Toronto Argonauts. It has been a sports venue for several international events and events such as conventions, trade fairs and concerts are also held. It was the first stadium to have a retractable roof and a 348-room hotel, 70 of which have a view of the field. It has also been the setting for some movies.- Royal Ontario Museum: It is the largest museum of world cultures and natural history in Canada. Located right in the center of Toronto, it houses exhibits on dinosaurs, ancient Egypt, the First Nations of Canada, etc. It has more than 6,000,000 objects in collections of art, history, archaeology, mineralogy, geology, paleontology and zoology. This 100-year-old museum is a favorite of locals and visitors alike.- First Canadian Place:It is the tallest skyscraper of Canada at 298 meters high, it is located in the financial district of Toronto and is the headquarters of the Bank of Montreal. It was built in 1975 and in replacing the cladding on its façade in 2011, approximately 45,000 white Carrara marble panels were used, weighing between 90 and 140 kilograms each. In addition to the Bank of Montreal, its main occupants are radio and television stations.- Ripley Aquarium: Allows you to live the experience of seeing sharks and others 16,000 marine animals, through a glass, that live in it. 5.7 million liters of water are needed to preserve all these animals, from thorn rays to 65-year-old giant lobsters, giant Pacific octopuses and sea nettles. - Art Gallery of Ontario: It is one of the best and largest art museums in North America, with 90,000 notable works of art. Travel the world from the African art gallery to the extensive European collection, and travel through time, from the Renaissance and Baroque to the present day. Photographs, sculptures and graphic art by artists such as Rubens, Goya, Picasso and Rembrandt are found inside. The building itself is a work of art in itself. World-renowned architect Frank Gehry, the man behind the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, designed an extension to the Gallery in 2008 that has earned tons of congratulations.- Mercado de St. Lawrence: Located right in the middle of the Old Town historic district, it is one of the best destinations in the city for lovers of good food. It's been around in some form since 1803, and while the complex has evolved, it's still an authentic farmers' market (the best in the world according to a 2012 National Geographic article), complete with specialty restaurants for all ages. tastes. A pleasure for the senses where you can see, smell and taste fruits, legumes and cheeses in the same place where suppliers have been selling for two centuries. A complex where there are also facilities for social and business events, as well as countless local artisans selling souvenirs, clothing, jewelry and much more.

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