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Toronto is the largest and the capital city of the state of Ontario. It is located on the north western shore of the Lake Ontario. Toronto is a global city and is considered as one of the top financial centers in the world. It is a true cosmopolitan city by nature. Because of the city's near to the ground crime rate, dirt free environment, high standard of living, and welcoming approach to diversity, Toronto is time and again rated as one of the world's best habitable cities in the world.
Certain places worth a visit are the Eaton centre, which was among the first major downtown shopping centre in North America, St. Lawrence market which is considered to be one of the world’s best food markets. Some of the famous shopping districts which provide a unique experience are the Queen Street West, Kensington Market, St. Lawrence Market, five Chinatowns, Little Italy along St. Clair West, the Greek community along "The Danforth," Little Portugal at Dundas and Bathurst Streets, and Gerrard India Bazaar at Gerrard and Greenwood. Toronto’s Waterfront is also a major tourist attraction which provides surroundings for many admired and striking tourist destinations. This has also been altered into a lakeside people place with a host of restaurants, art galleries and marinas. Tourists can avail of the many cheap hotels Toronto has to offer, for their stay.
There are various museums and art galleries which depict the history and culture of the country. Some of them are The Royal Ontario Museum, the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Ontario Science Centre, The Gardiner Museum and the Bata Shoe museum which definitely are worth a visit. Toronto also houses Canada’s largest zoo, the Toronto Zoo which features more than 5000 animals in their innate atmosphere. In the north of the city lies the biggest theme park, Canada’s Wonderland which features more than 200 attractions. Some other landmarks of the city include the Rogers Centre which is renowned for its retractable roof, The CN Tower which features glass floor observation desk, a spinning restaurant and a simulating theatre. The CN Tower receives more than three million visitors every year. The Ontario Place is another futuristic culture, leisure and entertainment parkland complex and is often visited by guests from all over. An additional tourist destination is the Toronto Islands which offer a panoramic view of the city skyline and add to the beauty of the already magnificent city.