Toronto's climate is a little milder than the rest of the county's, which means the city's beauty reveals itself in different ways from season to season. More than half of Toronto's population is made up of migrants, meaning that the city's culture and cuisine is truly cosmopolitan. As you explore the city, you'll see the massive CN Tower which stands at 533 meters tall - head up to the top for some magical views of the city. There's a host of historical sites and museums to visit too, like the Casa Loma Chateaux, the Bata Shoe Museum, the Royal Ontario Museum and the Art Gallery of Ontario, where you'll find pieces by the likes of Cézanne, Van Gogh and Picasso. You can head out to Toronto Islands and enjoy the leisure and adventure parks there, and of course there's the wonderful food to look forward to, with dishes including garfish and lobster.