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Close your eyes and let your imagination take you to a bustling city filled with flourishing neighborhoods, trendy food and fashion scenes, and cultural pursuits that would satisfy Queen Elizabeth herself. Yes, the most difficult part of this getaway may just be deciding what to do in Toronto—or at least what to do first. Do you give in to the enticing smells of smoked meats and fresh-baked bread, the eye-catching sparkle of rare gemstones and impressive castle towers…or something else? If there is one thing we know for sure, it’s that you simply can’t go wrong in the Queen City.
Parlez-vous Francais? In Toronto, it’s easy to be whisked away to the world of 19th-century France. Toronto hotels put you in close proximity to markets for your fromage fix, from gruyere to buffalo cheddar. Follow the waft of warm baguettes fresh from the oven, and pack a picnic fit for royalty. You won’t need a French phrase book for this outing; the only word you need to know is “château.” Enjoy your feast on the beautifully manicured grounds of Casa Loma, Canada’s very own castle, built in the early 1900s, then explore the suites and secret passages on the 5-acre estate.
If you can’t bear to leave the world of kings and queens, continue your journey at the Royal Ontario Museum. Experience five floors of extraordinary exhibits ranging from the artifacts of ancient Roman nobility to European aristocratic fashions. Enter the Gallery of Gems and Gold and admire the intense sparkling colors of the “Light of the Desert,” a 900-carat gemstone. This delicate jewel is a must-see on any wise wanderer’s list of Toronto attractions.
With a thriving culinary scene that impressed even Anthony Bourdain and preeminent landmarks and museums that can rival any world capital, Travelocity’s Toronto vacations are très à la mode. Don’t be left behind—explore this incredible city for yourself.