Discover Toronto with our Free Audio Guide

Get to know the best places to visit, the historical curiosities, its architecture, things to do and the most interesting legends of Toronto, while enjoying a walk through its streets.

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About the city of Toronto: Your comprehensive guide

Welcome to a city where skyscrapers and historic neighborhoods coexist in perfect harmony! Known for its rich multicultural tapestry, you'll find a unique blend of old and new here—think charming Victorian architecture right alongside modern marvels. The cultural scene is just as diverse, offering everything from high-end galleries to edgy street art. Don't miss a trip to the iconic CN Tower for panoramic views! And hey, while you're exploring, be sure to dig into some poutine or sample from the city's globally-inspired culinary scene.

Gastronomy: Delicious Discoveries

Toronto, the capital city of the province of Ontario, Canada, offers a tantalizing array of culinary delights reflecting its multicultural heritage. When visiting, foodies should not miss out on the Peameal Bacon Sandwich, a local specialty, usually enjoyed as a breakfast item. Peameal bacon is wet-cured pork loin rolled in cornmeal, creating a deliciously unique flavor, typically served on a bun with mustard.

Another must-try is Butter Tart, a classic Canadian dessert consisting of butter, sugar, and eggs in a pastry shell, often with raisins or pecans. This sweet treat is rich and delightful, a true showcase of Canadian baking tradition.

Poutine is a celebrated Canadian dish, and although it originates from Quebec, Toronto offers some exceptional renditions. This dish features fries topped with cheese curds and smothered in gravy, creating a satisfying and comforting dish, with countless variations available throughout the city.

For those seeking something a bit different, Toronto's multicultural cuisine presents an opportunity to sample Hakka food, a fusion of Indian and Chinese flavors. Dishes like Chili Chicken and Manchurian are favorites, blending spices and cooking techniques from both cultures.

Bannock, a type of flatbread originally from the indigenous peoples of Canada, is also a noteworthy dish in Toronto. It can be enjoyed in various forms, be it baked, fried, or grilled, and often comes with sweet or savory toppings or fillings.

The beverage scene in Toronto is equally diverse and exciting. The city is home to numerous local craft breweries offering a wide range of beers, from IPAs to stouts. Icewine, a type of dessert wine made from grapes that have naturally frozen on the vine, is a Canadian specialty and a must-try for wine enthusiasts. Lastly, a Caesar, a cocktail made with vodka, Clamato juice, hot sauce, and Worcestershire sauce, usually garnished with a celery stick and lime wedge, is a classic Canadian drink, often enjoyed as a brunch cocktail.

Finally, a culinary journey in Toronto wouldn’t be complete without exploring the city’s vibrant street food scene. From diverse food trucks offering everything from tacos to gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches, to seasonal food festivals celebrating the city's multicultural culinary heritage, there’s something to suit every palate.

Comment: At each spot on this audio guide, we'll provide you with the nearest recommended restaurants and eateries, based on Google users’ opinions, to ensure you find the best places to savor these Toronto specialties.

Transportation and getting around the city

So, you’re headed to Toronto, cool! Landing at Pearson International Airport? The UP Express train is a super convenient way to get downtown. It’ll drop you at Union Station in about 25 minutes. Plus, it’s not too pricey. You can snag tickets at the airport or online, pretty simple.

Once you're in the city, public transport is your best friend. The TTC, Toronto Transit Commission, runs the buses, streetcars, and subway. Grabbing a PRESTO card makes hopping on and off super easy. You can find these at most subway stations and Shoppers Drug Mart locations throughout the city. Oh, and many Torontonians use the Rocketman or Transit app to check schedules and plan their routes.

Biking can also be a fun way to get around! Bike Share Toronto has lots of docking stations, so you can pick up and drop off bikes all over the city. It’s great if you’re in the mood for a more active mode of transport.

And then, there are taxis and rideshares like Uber and Lyft, handy for when you’re loaded down with shopping bags or if it’s late at night. They’re everywhere, so catching a ride is never a big deal.

If you enjoy walking, Kensington Market and the Distillery District are super pedestrian-friendly, filled with unique shops and eateries. Plus, there’s the Toronto Islands - a quick ferry ride from the city, and you'll find yourself in a walker's paradise with killer views of the skyline.

For sightseeing, consider hopping on a City Sightseeing Toronto bus. These double-deckers are a blast and a relaxing way to see the main attractions. You can grab tickets online or directly from the bus driver. And, don’t forget about those boat tours of the harbourfront! They offer a unique perspective of Toronto and are super enjoyable.

Enjoy your time exploring Toronto!

Key spots included in our audio guide and grouped for your 1, 3, 5-day trip or more:
1d : CN Tower . Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) . Toronto Islands .

3d : CN Tower . Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) . Toronto Islands . Distillery District . St. Lawrence Market . Casa Loma . Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) . Ripley's Aquarium .

5d : CN Tower . Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) . Toronto Islands . Distillery District . St. Lawrence Market . Casa Loma . Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) . Ripley's Aquarium . High Park . Kensington Market . Bata Shoe Museum . Hockey Hall of Fame .

All : CN Tower . Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) . Toronto Islands . Distillery District . St. Lawrence Market . Casa Loma . Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) . Ripley's Aquarium . High Park . Kensington Market . Bata Shoe Museum . Hockey Hall of Fame . The Beaches . Toronto Zoo . Yorkville . Harbourfront Centre . Canada's Wonderland . Ontario Science Centre . CF Toronto Eaton Centre . Nathan Phillips Square . Yonge-Dundas Square .

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