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Located 22.5 km northwest of Toronto city centre, is the Toronto Airport (YYZ), formally known as Toronto Pearson International Airport or Lester B. Pearson International Airport. It is the main airport serving Toronto and the entire region known as the Golden Horseshoe in Ontario, Canada. The airport serves as a hub for Air Canada, WestJet and the cargo airline, FedEx Express. Transit to and from the airport is by bus, train, subway, taxi and car rental.
Established in the late 18th century, Toronto is a dynamic metropolis and also the largest cities in Canada. A most multiculturally diverse city, most of its residents originated from outside Canada. It is a most welcoming place despite its diversity and variety of cultures. It is also a vibrant place that is home to lots of green spaces, some of the world's finest restaurants and iconic locations.
Toronto is the largest and most visited city in Canada. Split into six different districts, each unique and diverse, the city has a lot to offer. Sometimes called “The New York City of Canada”, this sprawling city is one of soaring skyscrapers, lush green spaces with trails and sports facilities, a magnificent lake, islands and more. From eclectic annual events and festivals, to its architectural structures, vibrant nightlife, famous attractions and a healthy cuisine, you will find much to do and see in Toronto.
Standing at 553 metres, the CN Tower is the tallest building in Toronto. One of the modern Seven Wonders of the World, it is also the tallest free-standing building in Canada. A great place to visit if you don’t have a phobia for heights, the tower features the highest glass floor panel elevator in the world, which takes visitors to a glass floored viewing deck at 342 metres.
There is also a SkyPod at 447 metres, which offers even more spectacular views of the city below. For an insane experience, visitors can try the SkyWalk, a hands-free ledge that towers over the city.
It is almost impossible to leave Toronto without having local food experiences of some amazing Canadian dishes. A few you would encounter include, poutine, a dish originated from Quebec, which consists of cheese curds and French fries all covered in brown gravy. It is a most popular dish in the city. There is also bannock, a type of unleavened flat bread created in a variety of versions but quite popular. Another is tourtiere, which also originated from Quebec, and is a meat pie dish, usually made with a filling of minced veal, beef, or pork, and potatoes.