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Virtual Tour of Toronto, Canada

 

Toronto is the biggest Canadian city and 5th largest city in North America after Mexico City, New York, Los Angeles and Chicago. In 1998 the rapidly growing Toronto and six other communities are merged to form a new Mega-city, else known as GTA (Greater Toronto Area).

With a population of 2.48 million people (5.5 million in the GTA — Greater Toronto Area) is heralded as one of the most multicultural cities in the world and is ranked as the safest large metropolitan area in North America. Over 140 languages and dialects are spoken here, and just over 30 per cent of Toronto residents speak a language other than English or French at home.

Toronto is not the capital of Canada but it is cultural, entertainment, and financial capital of the nation. It is located in Southern Ontario on the northwestern shore of Lake Ontario. A relatively modern city, Toronto's history dates back to the late-18th century, when its land was first purchased by the British monarchy from the Mississaugas of the New Credit. The settlement was later established as the Town of York and proclaimed as the new capital of Upper Canada by its lieutenant-governor, John Graves Simcoe. In 1834, York was incorporated as a city and renamed to its present name.

One o the biggest attractions of the city is the CN Tower standing 553.33 metres (1,815.4 ft) tall, it was completed in 1976, becoming the world's tallest free-standing structure and world's tallest tower at the time. It held both records for 34 years until the completion of Burj Khalifa and Canton Tower. It remains the tallest free-standing structure in the Western Hemisphere, a signature icon of Toronto's skyline, and a symbol of Canada, attracting more than two million international visitors annually.

Another record was created by Yonge Street as "the World's Longest Street" 1,896 km (1,178 mi). Indeed, the Guinness Book of World Records published Yonge Street's status as the true record until 1999. Some people think that Yonge Street still remains the longest street in the world, some people think the claim is false because they say the HW11 is not part of the Yonge Street.

Walking on the streets of Toronto making almost impossible to believe that city has another town (PATH) hidden under the ground. According to Guinness World Records, PATH is the largest underground shopping complex with 28 km (17 miles) of shopping arcades. It has 371,600 sq. metres (4 million sq. ft) of retail space. In fact, the retail space connected to PATH rivals the West Edmonton Mall in size. The approximate 1,200 shops and services, such as photocopy shops and shoe repairs, found in PATH, employ about 5,000 people. Once a year, businesses in PATH host the world's largest underground sidewalk sale.

The Niagara Falls located about two hours away from downtown core but still considered to be one of the biggest Toronto's attractions. The waterfall has highest flow rate of any waterfall in the world and has a vertical drop of more than 165 feet (50 m).

Photo by Dmitry Moiseenko

9 February 2012

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.......ļoti iespaidīgi......

einars nebednieks, Latvia

it was very fantastic

slavica novkovic, Canada

it was very fantastic TNQ a lot

ali seyyedi, Iran

amir hasani, Iran

I have never visited Toronto, from the Virtual Tour, I'm very much looking forward to the visit.
Beautiful, beautiful and more beautiful.

Deloria Kelley, USA.

Deloria Kelley, USA

Its a fantastic view WOW. I am from Sri Lanka why dont you do one on Colombo the Sri Lanka Capital and the rest of the country its one of the most beautiful countries in the world for scenic beauty

mohamed ghouse, Sri Lanka

This is truly a beautiful way to 'visit' a city or country. I lived and worked in Toronto for 14 yrs and loved it very much. I visited Niagara Falls many times. I moved from London, GB and think Canada is the best country in the world. I now live in Florida where the weather is the very best.

Edony Lamont, USA

bello paisaje que ilustra el avance de su estado. les felicito y agradezco el poder a traves de este medio formarme una idea de su pais. deberian rifar una estadia.

bartolome prada, Colombia

exelentes tomas , muy buenas

alix javier perez centeno, Honduras

It was picturesque thank you so ...

Rozhan _canada Mousavi, Canada

toronto city is very best city i live in canada

shalikh waheed, Canada

tank you very mach

malek salimi, Iran

vladas stasiukaitis, Lithuania

Very well done.
I have lived in the Toronto area for fifty six years, coming from the U.K. oroginally.
However, I must say that I am a little disappointed to see nothing from the British Isles- England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, plus the huindreds of islands around their shores.

William Wright, Canada

i love toronto very much which i cant say.thanks.

Md Khaled, Bangladesh

Great visit to many countries that I had the chance to visit. Excellent work keep it up.

Aldore McIntyre, Canada

MUY BELLO
Es un lugar que no conoceré...... en esta vida, no se si en otra
felicidades por el video

CONCEPCIÓN SÁNCHEZ QUINTANAR

Concepciòn Sánchez Quintanar, Mexico

GRANT CLARK, Canada

THIS IS A EXCELENT ARTICLE

GRANT CLARK, Canada

very nice

farzad09372202271 fathi, Brazil

Thank you for your interesting site with spectacular pictures but I wish you had some photos from beautiful Iran.

Damoon Ghofrani, Iran

I love all of your presentations. This is one of my very favorites. Love your music choices. Thanks for allowing me to put this on my site, it is an honor.

Bobby Black, USA

Magnífico, faltam palavras para descrever e dizer do que o planeta Terra é bonito.

claudio baptista, Brazil

It is really awful specially the background music.

Zubair Siddiqui, Canada

This site is just Wow, Awesome. I am PR of Canada. I am a spiritual Master. Thanks.

Maulik Soni, USA

Answer to Sham Dande from India.
The heighest tides in Canada are NOT in the lake, they are in the Bay of Fundy, East Coast, Atlantic Ocean.

John Miklasz, Canada

Muy bonito video,estube en Toronto y me gusto mucho.Me gustaria ver Vancouver.

Argentina Alvarez, Spain

its so mesmerizing and too awesome
just beautiful

bhargavi rohil, India

As a man see the earth from the sky,like to say,it,s a very beautiful and fantastic job,Thanks and best wishes.

cyrus yousefi, Canada

it`s very nice

yasin amiri, Iran

Wonderful views.
Greetings from Spain (Ferrol-Galicia)

Enrique Vizoso Amor, Spain

saed saedi, Iran

this site is extra
very good
thank you

hamid lovely, Iran

very,very good.

meisam hadi, Iran

I would like to visit canada someday.
I wonder what the tax system is like over there.

martin gray

Toranto is so beautiful
so that i wish to visit this country & Toranto
i wish to visit the lake which is known for highest tides

sham dande, India

I'd love to see the Tar sands photographed in this way! Did i see your helicopters over Vancouver recently?

Mike Grant, Canada

Muito obrigada por este precioso momento,de me emocionar apreciando uma imagem tão linda de um país tão maravilhoso que é o Canada. Gostaria muito de conhecer Toronto, andar por estas ruas... Eu viajei... Parabéns pelo belo trabalho.

Léa Vieira Vieira, Brazil

Super cool view of the city from the "CN TOWER"

Rohit Sharma, India

your work is so good, i love all pictures,
you are brilliant. and i love Toronto Canada

Farrukh Alvi, Pakistan

I would love to see my birthplace Scotland
lots of beautiful places there
Thanks for this site it is great

margaretorr orr, Canada


We understand your wish, but lets think together. Every day more than 100000 people open our site. Would they like to see your birthplace? :) Would you like to see all their birthplaces?

That is the reason why we don't make panoramas of somebody's birthplaces, we shoot panoramas of the most significant and beautiful places of our planet.

Varvara, AirPano

Now if only Toronto was the capital of Canada.

Robert Lambe, Canada

Lived here for a few years and now can only visit it. I always loved Toronto, but never realized how truly beautiful it was. An arial perspective makes a huge difference. Thanks. I have spent hours today "visiting" many part of the world via your website.

Nikki Macarthur, Canada

AS I SAID IN MY EMAIL TO AIRPANO, MANY THANKS FOR TORONTO
YOU SHOULD PUT IT ON THE MASTER LIST.

beverley bodnar, Canada

EDUCATIVE AND EXCELLENT

HANUMANTHARAO VADAPALLI, India

QUE BELLEZA ESTO ES IMPACTANTE ,ESTOY SIN PALABRAS DE LO BELLO ,LO NATURAL Y LO Q REALMENTE SE OBSERVA ES IMPRESIONANTE LOS FELICITO
CAMILO DELGADO

camilo delgado

What an excellent service you provide to everyone that visits your site! Truly amazing work, guys. I used to live in Toronto, but haven't been back since '05. This was an amazing feeling- to see all the buildings and roads I know and love. Thank you!

Sid Khemani, United Arab Emirates

My City, My Place, and Yours to Discover. Thanks for the awesome airpano.

Ann Stevens, Canada

Superb!!!
I am from Toronto, live in Shanghai, toured Machu Pichu, and now heading to Russia for a trip between St. Petersburg and Moscow.... spending hours on your site... everything is so beautiful, so helpful... Congratulations on your creativity and boldness .... when will you capture the sights in Shanghai?

Marie-Lucie Spoke, China

TOTALLY AWESOME HAVE LIVED IN TORONTO ALL MY LIFE & WAS BORN IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD "CABBAGETOWN" AS ALL MY MOM'S FAMILY WERE STARTING AROUND 1864 &UPWARDS ILOVE MY CITY & THE PANORAMIC VIEW IS GREAT ITS LIKE A BIRDS EYE VIEW FOR ALL CONGRATS WILL BE SENDING THIS TO FRIENDS & FAMILY

EILEEN MCBRIDE

Have known about Toronto since my geographic days in UK as a kid. Have lived in the east, west and north of TO and worked downtown and North York between 1962 and 1974. Since 1974, we have lived within sight of TO and keep an eye on it from the eastern boundary of Peel Region (part of the GTA), for 38 years!
Your helicopter coverage is accurate and amazing - thank you so much.

John Burton, Canada


You are welcome!

Varvara, AirPano

your essay helps me in mu prepration... thxxx alot.

Raminder Brar, India

I love it, boys.Wonderful view!Hard work, I suppose.

Ibn Errik, Portugal

MARAVILHOSO!!!!!!TODOS SEM COMENTÁRIOS.
!!BRASIL , NITERÓI ,RIO DE JANEIRO !!

MARIA APARECIDA OLIVEIRA RIBEIRO APARECIDA, Brazil

Congratulation to this excellent work. I lived in Toronto from 1966-1973 in the East near Broadview Avenue.I came back for visiting in 1976, 1982 and 1992. Will come again maybe next year as I still have friends there. In Toronto I had a wonderful time. My son was there born too

Karin Rapp-Bulat, Germany

I live in Fuerteventura, Canary Islands, and I am looking forward to
returning to renew my acquaintance with Canada next year, visiting
relatives, so think this excellent programme is the TOPS. Thank you so very much.

LINDA AGNES HAYES, Spain

I lived in Toronto (off and on)from 1960 to 1963. I loved it and had always hoped to return. However, as you see, I now live in Australia on the Sunshine Coast; another beautiful place. The panorama brought back many happy memories. Thank you.

Margaret Johnson (nee Ball), Australia

Note to Marcia Campbell, who posted the second message from the top: Niagara Falls is not in Toronto.

L Wood, Canada

Fantastic! I lived and worked in Toronto for many years but moved north when I retired. I thoroughly enjoyed my visit to Toronto in this way. Thanks for sharing.

Sharon Black, Canada


You are welcome.

Varvara, AirPano

What a lovely city! I live in London and I think that London is beautiful, especially at night, but I have fallen in love with Toronto and cannot wait to visit. I am looking forward to seeing the Niagara Falls

Marcia Campbell, United Kingdom

Excellent photography. I have lived in Toronto since 1957. I know almost every street within it, and the surrounding Regions too. I live in Durham region. Toronto has changed so much especially in last 20 years, and not all changes are for the better. As a young man I truly loved it, now not so much.

Al Mason, Canada

OK Thank you

Jaroslav Kos dtto, Czech Republic

AWESOME!!!thank u to AirPano,

zuwy Hamoud, Oman

AWESOME!!!thank u to AirPano,

zuwy Hamoud, Oman

This is amazing! Keep up the great work! Thank you. /Nancy

Nancy Canning, Canada

Wow,What a view,One of the best cities I have seen,Never thought it was so beautiful. I am very
proud to be CANADIAN Thank you

Anthony Braganza Canada

Anthony Braganza, Canada

I like Canada. I have been in Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Calgary, Halifax, Quebec, Otawa, etc. etc...I love Canada!!!!!!
Me gustaría mucho vivir én ese precioso país.

María González, Spain

Wow! Makes me proud to be a Canadian.

Coleen Power, Canada

I was born and raised in Toronto. I now live in Mississauga and work in Toronto. There in NO other place to live.

Norm Malisani, Canada

Sehr schoen - weckt alte Erinnerungen an dort ver4brachte Urlaube - Dankeschoen.

Bickling Walter, Germany

What a wonderful city.

Ian Walsh, Australia

I live here and love it. I am so thankful for the wonderful work you do. Seeing the city this way is just awesome.

bruna simonetta, Canada

I am almost homesick for Toronto. I lived in Oakville, Canada. My boys were born in Toronto.
I love it. Thanks

Trauda Gum, USA

awsome I am canadian living in Mexico
I was born in Toronto and left when I was 30 these views make me want to return

ken johnston, Mexico

beautiful............. amazing its sooooooo nice

Chanda p, Nepal

really enjoyed viewing Toronto from the air. I have a soft spot for the city. I came to Toronto in 1952 from England. It was a far different city back in the fifties, but I loved it. Thanks

Georgina Turan, Canada

I was born in Trinidad. I have seen in my 71 years a number of cities throughout the world the most beautiful I believe to be Paris. I have chosen to live in Toronto. This panoramic tour of Toronto does the city justice. Congratulations to all involved.

Errol Superville, Canada


Many thanks for your kind opinion. It touched us.

Varvara, AirPano

This is a wonderful work, I have ever experienced the helicopter sightseeing, and yours is as great as that!

William Wu, China

Thank you for enabling me to visit a city such as TORONTO without having to pay for the helicopter sight seeing! As a teacher, I can't afford to visit a lot but at least my students have benefited from both the text and the pictures on your site and I thank you for that!

Valérie PERRIN-PAUL, France

Very beautiful;
The pictures are wonderful; they encourage me to visit the city sometime soon.
I have to admit you are doing a great job by introducing these amazing places on our lovely Earth. Thank you

Sunny man, Iran


Thank you for the comment. Hope, your future trip will be pleasant.

Varvara, AirPano

i have to visit one day is lovely

Angela Spencer, United Kingdom

excellent work.unbelevaible.

ravi d, India

ecxellent.It's wonderfulllllllllllllllll.
I'm a ms student.I study biosystemstic and I need some pix from north america.
tanks so much

pegah bahredar, Iran

SUPER !!!!!! :DDD

Xhili Sulka, Albania

like home of god,
never before
hevan.

NARESH PATEL, India

Impresionante ojala algun dia pueda conocerlo en persona,muy buena experiencia, seguire disfrutando de su sitio,muchas gracias por compartir esta tecnologia maravillosa.

Cristian Herrera, Argentina

Make me feel so miss the time we were in 1989.
I seem is there and looking for my younger daughter she is study at Graduate School of U of T !
I miss the days we were in Toronto. They are 4 years old. My lovely girls and ...

Philip Chung, Taiwan Region


Thanks a lot for the message left. We hope to hear from you again soon.

Varvara, AirPano

Awesome.Love it

Shiva Mohseni, Iran

Really Nice.
Could you please provide us for KSA

JILLUR RAHMAN, Saudi Arabia

Brillant photo's,what a very good idea and very impressed.

Martin Braddock, United Kingdom

As a long-time resident of what is now Mississauga, I had visited Toronto many times in my youth. I did not realize the size of the Toronto Island until I viewed your panorama. It seems more a breakwater now. Thanks for your wonderful photography.

Murray Hayes, Canada


At your disposal! We are happy to be useful.

Varvara, AirPano

hfhfgh ghfghf, Egypt

Wonderful view. Thank you so much for including that on the page. I am wanting to visit Toronto this year and that aerial coverage is so beautiful and gives me ideas on what to see. FYI, the airport is labeled Topronto instead of, what I am assuming should be Toronto. Thanks for posting again.

Christina Silvis, USA

Excellent work wonderful & amazing ...congratulation

Fahad AlWadie, Saudi Arabia

Love the 360° Aerial Panorama of Toronto. Enjoyed the essay on Toronto, too.

In your essay, Toronto is noted as being also known as the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). The GTA is not the same as the City of Toronto. GTA describes an area made-up of Toronto and four regional municipalities that surround Toronto. These regions are not a part of Toronto and people living in them would take offence to being called Toronto.

For your consideration, I'm not entirely sure that Niagara Falls is considered to be one of the biggest Toronto's attractions by the general population of the Province of Ontario, of which Toronto is the capital city. However, it is one of the biggest attractions of Ontario and one that many people visiting the province include on their itinerary when visiting Toronto.

From Wikipedia:
The Greater Toronto Area (GTA) is the largest metropolitan area in Canada, with a 2011 census population of over 6 million. The Greater Toronto Area is defined as the central city of Toronto, along with four regional municipalities surrounding it: Durham, Halton, Peel, and York.

Michael Thomas, Canada


We aprreciate your informative message and we are grateful for the interest in this panorama!

Varvara, AirPano

I saw the city of Panorama and the most interesting thing and the biggest thing I saw was the C N tower.I also saw lots of cool skyscrapers and I saw lots of cars but I didn't get to see any people because I was looking at everything in an airplane.Boats and cars from the CNTower look like small toys.From the helicopter, I saw lots of islands that are big and small.

Anthony Polnarev, USA

tanks

m5969h majidy, Iran

WoooooooW....

i am so happy to see my detailing project in 3D view...i am ready proud to be one of detailer of one of this project..

Thank you,
Remiltan

Remiltan Anthonipillai, Sri Lanka

Exciting...at least!

Sabina Di Giuliomaria, Italy

Check out the spelling of the expressway. I think it should be the Gardiner Expressway. From the helicopter looking east.

Jim Murphy jmurfe@hotmail.com, Canada


Thank's Jim! It has been fixed.

AirPano

Ganz toll!

Johann Auer, Austria

Excellent! An amendment needs to be made for the population numbers to reflect the 2011 census (the numbers above are from 2006).

Population is 2, 615, 060
Greater Toronto is 6, 054, 191

Based on its metro population Toronto is poised to become the 4th largest in North America (or 3rd largest between US and CAN) in about 10 years (or less).

Lovely work, thank you for sharing :)

Billy Owens


Thanks for your comment and additional information, Billy! Hope, you will visit us to discover other places of the Earth.

Varvara, AirPano

Excelent!!!!!

moonie Syed, Canada

Ferenc Juszku, Hungary

excelente forma de promoociòn de un lugar especial.

gracias

MARTHA ZAPATA, Colombia

I teach english
Ineeded superlatives + a cultural extent! It s wonderful! i'm looking for comparatives now!!!

valerie PAUL

A Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Achievement!!!

A big Thank you to AirPano from the Canadian Scarborough,
the borough at Toronto's East end.

Norbert Sommer, Canada


You are welcome! Thanks for your comment!

Varvara, AirPano

! ! ! A W E S O M E ! ! !

thank you from Toronto, Canada

Sam Russo, Canada