Toronto – a prosperous city of migrants
The largest city on the map of Canada and the administrative centre of the province of Ontario, Toronto is called the «economic engine» of the country. It is one of the leading mega cities of the world in economic, political and social significance. According to the combined quality of life indicator, Toronto occupies a significant fourth place among the world's one hundred and forty cities.
Toronto is a multinational city: almost half of its current population was born outside of Canada. Large diasporas from India, China, Italy, the Philippines, the former Soviet Union, and also the largest Muslim community in Canada live here permanently.
This Canadian city is a well-known international cultural centre due to the large number of theatres and concert halls. The most famous local places of interest, the Roy Thomson Hall, famous for its acoustics, the Rogers Centre – a unique indoor stadium with a sliding roof. Other popular places are museums: The Art Gallery and the Royal Museum. Unique parks and gardens, such as the Roy Thomson Hall, provide an opportunity for outdoor recreation. In order to quickly navigate and make an optimal tourist route, use the city guide.
Public transport routes are linked into a single system. There is a general card for paying fares: you can use one ticket for transfers from the underground to a bus or tram.
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