Landmarks & Activities
Partially because of its multicultural epicenter (including a population of over 51% born outside of Canada), Toronto is the most-visited destination in Canada. The outstanding diversity lends to a refreshing selection of museums, galleries and landmarks (including CN Tower, Casa Loma, and Scarborough Bluffs, pictured on the right) that honor the city’s rich heritage, Not to mention year-round festivals that celebrate diversity in food, music, art and film; some of the most well-known being the Toronto International Film Festival and Toronto Caribbean Carnival.
If you're looking to take in the Canadian wilderness, just north of Toronto is Muskoka. Alive with lush forests, tranquil lakes, and diverse hiking trails, Muskoka is a popular getaway into untouched nature. Activities are plentiful and vary in style: boat cruises, canoeing, kayaking, paddle boarding, fishing, spas, hikes, ATV rentals, zip-lining and aerial parks. Just south of Toronto is Ontario’s Niagara Region, home to the famous Niagara Falls. Beyond the falls, this region encompasses Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario’s scenic vineyards of over 80 wineries.
2026 FIFA World Cup
Canada is one of the three host countries for the 2026 FIFA World Cup in 2026. Toronto being one of the Canadian cities chosen to host matches. Make the most out of your trip to Toronto by attending the matches before the World's Poultry Congress!