Explore a multicultural city.
One city, whole world: More than 140 languages and dialects can be heard while meandering Toronto's streets. "From Little Italy to Little Poland, Greektown to Chinatown, Corso Italia to the Indian Bazaar, there really is a huge variety of culture to choose from," says Deal Expert Michelle Brenzel.
Marvel at views from above.
Towering over the city at over 1,100 feet, the CN Tower is Toronto's No. 1 attraction. Head to the top for views or a meal at its restaurant, 360. Deal Expert Joanna Richler champions this for visiting daredevils: "Get a bird's eye view 1,112 feet above the city -- looking down through a glass floor."
Hit the rinks and shops.
The winter season brings a festive ring to the city. Starting November 23, outdoor ice rinks open up for public skating -- one of the oldest pastimes of Canada. Take a spin at popular Nathan Phillips Square. While downtown, stroll the avenues twinkling under holiday lights and peruse the store windows' cheery displays.
Learn about art and shoes.
Deal Expert Danielle DeCourcy recommends exploring Toronto's museums this fall. "Three museums rise above in Toronto: The Royal Ontario Museum [The ROM], The Art Gallery of Ontario [The AGO] and The Bata Shoe Museum." You read that right -- Toronto has a museum devoted to the history of footwear.
Indulge with global cuisine.
"Boasting some of the top-rated restaurants as awarded by Forbes Travel Guide, Toronto is the place to wine and dine" says deal expert Greg Kunstler. Cuisine ranges from locally sourced Canadian favorites to global dishes from renown chefs including Mark McEwan and Carl Heinrich -- Top Chef celebs.