Toronto is a place that is so friendly you can feel it. – OP
The atmosphere, the kind people, the cultures, and the sounds. So many senses make up the living breathing city of Toronto, Canada. To truly understand all these senses, look to this post for a deep dive into the essence of this impact city. We will explore the sights, the sounds, the smells, the feels, and of course the tastes that have brought tremendous happiness to Torontonians.
Toronto is a place that is so friendly you can feel it. Expect to hear ‘sorry’ very often and since we have just won the NBA championship, there is never any need for a frown. Torontonians are proud people and every time you walk down the streets of downtown you can feel that energy. If you have the opportunity to visit, make sure to see the many attractions, where you can really feel the pride, acceptance, and friendliness.
When it comes to the smell within the city be sure to brace yourself for some great smelling food from across the globe. Toronto is one of the most multicultural cities in the world. It houses families from across every continent and one walk through Kensington Market you will have the chance to smell all the flavours from across the globe.
If one has the chance to see some unique architectural buildings, the first stop wouldn’t be Toronto. Although this may be the case, Toronto has built some very beautiful buildings that have become such landmarks within the city. As far as nature is concern, Toronto has many sights for viewing including beaches, forest, mountain ranges, and rural areas that have added tremendously to the overall beauty of the city.
As the seasons change so does the sounds within the city. Toronto is one of the most festive, busy, and active metropolitan cities. Sometimes you may hear the sounds of the Santa Clause parade, and other times you may hear the largest Caribbean festival, outside of the Caribbean, during Caribana weekend. So the sounds depend on the seasons so if one is planning a visit be sure to plan ahead or you could be in for a surprise.
As we learned, Toronto is such a multicultural city, over 100 dialects are spoken in the city and with those cultures means a lot of food. In Toronto, there are areas of the city you could have Tortillas de Español por desayunar (Breakfast), Tibet Momo for lunch, Nigerian Jollof rice for dinner, and then some Greek Baklava for desert all within walking distance on the Danforth. So as you can see Torontonians are some of the most luckiest people when it comes to taste from across the globe. Make sure to visit!