Rogers Centre

Toronto – a city that needs to be savored, to get a whole palette of experiences that create the charm of travel in Canada in any season. Toronto, Canada, is a city that has everything – from the cosmopolitan chic to rustic charm. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Shimmie Horn. It is a city with high living standards, one of the safest cities in the world. Toronto neighborhood represent an eclectic mix of architecture, food and shopping. This cultural diversity attracts visitors to the city. Toronto, Canada's largest city and capital of the province of Ontario with a population of 2,503,281 as of 2006, is part of the "golden horseshoe" region on the western coast of Lake Ontario that has a population of 7 million people. City of Toronto in Canada – the most attractive for immigration.

More than half of the population are immigrants from other countries, and the immigrated groups, among them Russian, Ukrainians, Poles, Italians, Englishmen, Georgian, French, Portuguese, Greeks, Chinese, Indians, and others, have a tradition to maintain their national culture and customs. But surprisingly, it was Toronto, Canada is the safest metropolis in America, where between nations and cultures there are no conflicts. The climate in Toronto – humid continental, due to its geographical location in southern Canada and the proximity of Lake Ontario. Also north of the city is Hudson Bay, which also has a big impact. The climate is humid summer, long warm autumn and cold winter. The central street of Toronto starts at Lake Ontario and stretches for hundreds of kilometers. In Unlike other American cities in the city of Toronto, many pedestrians who walk the streets and do not use cars. Among the architectural "highlights" of the city visible CN Tower – the tallest tower in the world (553.33 m) revolving restaurant, a court building Osuda Hall, built in the late nineteenth century, the town hall, an imitation of a medieval castle built in the early 20th century, Cass Loma, and heated underground city beneath the center Toronto, which is the ground floor of a skyscraper, which houses shops, restaurants, offices and even parks and fountains. The length of underground connections is 27 kilometers. Famous as Rogers Centre – the indoor stadium, roof that slides apart.