CityPASS Toronto articles
For those who dream of seeing the world from up above, the CN Tower in Toronto, Ontario, can take your imagination to new heights. The colossal engineering spectacle has been classified as one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World and has broken numerous world records.
The majestic Casa Loma is one of Toronto's most distinctive landmarks and is a must-see on the list of places to visit in Toronto. More than 350,000 tourists now pass through its halls each year, marveling at the grandeur and elegance of a bygone era.
A visit to a major city often inspires wonder at the sight of the impressive skyline and the buildings it comprises. Two of the most beautiful cities in North America, New York and Toronto, boast amazing attractions that allow visitors to see each city from above the clouds: the Empire State Building and the CN Tower.
Autumn is a great time to visit Niagara Falls and the surrounding area. Established in 1885, Niagara State Falls is America’s oldest state park. And lucky for Toronto CityPASS holders, it's a quick 80-mile/128-kilometer drive from Toronto, making it an easy side trip for a day or even a weekend.
When the weather outside is frightful, it’s delightful to find a way to get out of the house without spending much time out of doors. Enclosed shopping malls are one option, but can be limiting. Luckily, residents of — and visitors to — Toronto have a BIG additional option: Toronto PATH.
The year 2011 marks the 35th anniversary of the completion of the CN Tower in Toronto. So before you head to Toronto, below are some really interesting facts and other tidbits to help you get to know the tallest structure in the Western Hemisphere better. As you’ll see, the CN Tower is an amazing structure!