CN Tower: If you want to enjoy the best panoramic views of the city, you'll have to climb up to the observatory of the city's most emblematic building. This broadcasting tower, with a height of approximately 550 metres, makes it the tallest in America.
Art Gallery of Ontario: Founded in 1900, today this museum has more than 80,000 works, some dating back more than 9 centuries, by artists as well known as Goya and Picasso. You can book your tickets online to avoid long queues.
St. Lawrence Market: With over 100 stalls, this is the city's main public market, where you can buy everything from fresh local and international produce to souvenirs and antiques.
Distillery District: Now known as one of the city's trendiest areas, this was once an industrial area with a huge whisky distillery.
Royal Ontario Museum: Founded in 1912, this museum of art, culture and history is the fifth largest in North America. It has more than 40 galleries and nearly 6 million items, as well as a large collection of dinosaurs and art from Africa and East Asia.
Chinatown: Taking a leisurely walk through the Chinese community's neighbourhood is highly recommended. Packed with Asian eateries, you'll be able to try typical Asian food at very good prices.
Gooderham Building: Also known as the Flatiron Building, this office building, inaugurated in 1892, has a very peculiar triangular shape, at the junction of two streets. If you decide to visit it, don't miss the Flatiron Mural, located right at the back.
Centre Island: Take a ferry to this island and enjoy the tranquillity of its gardens. It's best to spend the day there and enjoy a picnic away from the noise and bustle of the city.
High Park: Known as the lungs of the city, this park has numerous attractions, from a zoo to picnic areas where you can relax after a day of walking around the city.
Ripley's Aquarium: This huge aquarium is home to over 20,000 aquatic animals. If you are travelling with children you can't miss it, they will be amazed.