NEXTA 2024
Dates to be announced Canada
co-located with ICST 2024

The “unofficial capital of Canada”, Toronto is the largest city in the country and a vivid and multicultural cosmopolitan center. Its diverse districts reflect its unique character including such places as the Kensington Market, Chinatown, Koreatown, Little Italy, Greektown, Little Portugal, the Entertainment District, the Discovery District, the Village, and many others. The city is now dedicated to maintaining its multicultural character with respect to the multitude of Indigenous communities that have called it home for centuries. Toronto is visited on average by 27.5 million people every year, who have many a good reason to do so. From history, culture, arts, sports, food, and natural attractions, Toronto has many to offer as a destination. Some of the many things one can do while in the city are the following:

*These venues are included in the CityPASS.

You can find more interesting things to do here.

Attractions Further Out

As well as being an iconic hub of culture and tourism, Toronto sits in a prime location for adventures beyond its city limits. Accessible by both train and car, Ontario’s Niagara Falls is a must-see! Comprised of three waterfalls, the Horseshoe Falls, American Falls, and the Bridal Veil Fall, a trip to Niagara Falls is quintessential for a Toronto visit. Beyond the falls and nestled between Lake Ontario is the quaint town of Niagara, a town that is embellished with old-world charm.