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Clarion Hotel & Suites Selby
Good, 7.5 Score from 421 reviews

Clarion Hotel & Suites Selby    


Standing for more than a century, this historic Toronto hotel features free Wi-Fi and a daily breakfast buffet. The Sherbourne Subway Station is just 2 minutes from the hotel. More

Latest booking: 19 hours ago

The Novotel Toronto Centre
Very good, 8.5 Score from 431 reviews

The Novotel Toronto Centre    


Located within a 10-minute walk of Toronto Union Station and the Air Canada Centre, this hotel features an elegant restaurant. Free Wi-Fi is available in all areas. More

Latest booking: 10 minutes ago

Yonge Suites Furnished Apartments
Exceptional, 9.5 Score from 6 reviews

Yonge Suites Furnished Apartments  


An on-site restaurant and bar are featured at these Toronto, Ontario apartments. A fully-equipped kitchen and laundry facilities are provided in each unit. Free Wi-Fi is included. More

Latest booking: 10 hours ago
Trillium Suites - Toronto
Very good, 8.2 Score from 14 reviews

Trillium Suites - Toronto  

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Centrally located in Toronto city centre, this property offers free Wi-Fi. A full kitchen is included in all spacious apartments and an indoor pool is on site. The CN Tower is 10 minutes’ walk away. More

Latest booking: 11 hours ago

Days Inn Toronto East Beaches
Good, 7.2 Score from 87 reviews

Days Inn Toronto East Beaches  


This hotel is 4 miles from Toronto city centre and is just a short walk from the Beaches Boardwalk on Lake Ontario. The hotel offers a daily breakfast and rooms with free Wi-Fi. More

Latest booking: 3 hours ago

Toronto Attractions - CN Tower


At the heart of Toronto's skyline stands the CN Tower, a world-class dining and entertainment destination visited by over 1.5 million people each year. Here are some exciting facts about one of the most famous landmarks in Toronto and the world.

Standing tall at 553.33 metres, the CN Tower is a Canadian icon. Designated an engineering Wonder of the Modern World, Canada's National Tower joins the ranks of other world famous structures, including the Golden Gate Bridge, the Channel Tunnel and the Empire State Building. It was originally built for telecommunications and still provides clear signals for over 30 TV, radio and cellular systems. The CN Tower was also built to withstand many severe weather conditions including extreme winds and lighting strikes (which occur a striking 75 times per year!).

Offering one of the longest continuous elevator rides on the planet, the CN Tower was named #1 elevator ride in the world by National Geographic. Travelling at a speed of 22 kph it takes 58 seconds to reach the Look-Out Level, which is famous, itself, for its see-through glass floor. You'll experience an adrenaline rush like never before as you look straight down to the ground from 342 metres up in the air. (The glass is only 6 centimetres thick but don't fret, it's specially designed to withstand the weight of 14 hippopotamuses!). On a clear day visitors can to see sights up to 120 km away, including Niagara Falls and Rochester, New York. One stop higher is the Sky Pod Level, which is the Tower's highest observation level at 447 metres.

If you're looking to dine, don't miss out on the ever-popular revolving 360 Restaurant, upscale bistro Horizons Restaurant, or the casual Far Coast Café. Celebrities and dignitaries from around the world visit the Tower's restaurants, where parties from two to two thousand are hosted year-round. The 360 Restaurant is award-winning for its food quality and wine selection and is continually voted one of the most romantic restaurants in the world given the frequent marriage proposals that occur there.

Back on the ground, attractions include a new state-of-the-art, high definition 3D film, The Height of Excellence, which documents the historic construction of the CN Tower. There is also the Himalamazon motion theatre ride, the fun-filled arcade, and for souvenir shoppers, the 10,000 square foot Gift Shop. The CN Tower also has nightly light shows, lighting up the city skyline with coloured lights to match any occasion in the city.

Looking for the best price for your visit? Try the Total Tower Experience, which includes access to the Look Out, Glass Floor, Sky Pod, Film and Motion Theatre Ride for $32.99 plus taxes. Visitors can also purchase the Toronto CityPass, which offers front of the line tickets to six major Toronto Attractions at a savings of approximately 50%! Tickets include the CN Tower, Royal Ontario Museum, Hockey Hall of Fame, Ontario Science Centre, Casa Loma and the Toronto Zoo.

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Canada (pronounced [kenādēa] in English and [kanada] in French) is the world's second-largest country by total area, occupying most of northern North America. Extending from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean and northward into the Arctic Ocean, Canada shares land borders with the United States to the south and to the northwest.

Inhabited first by Aboriginal peoples, Canada was founded as a union of British colonies, some of which had been French colonies. Canada gained independence from the United Kingdom in an incremental process that began in 1867 and ended in 1982.

Canada is a federal constitutional monarchy and parliamentary democracy, consisting of ten provinces and three territories, and defines itself as a bilingual and multicultural nation; both English and French are official languages. A technologically advanced and industrialized nation, its diversified economy relies heavily on an abundance of natural resources and on trade, particularly with the United States, with which Canada has had a long and complex relationship.


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