7 Days trip in Canada

Budget: 800 USD - 2450 USD Cultural experiences Shopping
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Canada is a vast and diverse country known for its stunning natural landscapes, multicultural society, and commitment to inclusivity. With a rich history and a strong emphasis on equality and diversity, Canada offers a high quality of life and countless opportunities for exploration and cultural experiences.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to CAD
GMT -0400
️ 8.12°C
Best Way to Get Around
Public Transit

Day 1

  1. CN Tower

    120 minutes

    Take the elevator up to the top of CN Tower, the tallest freestanding structure in the Western Hemisphere, for panoramic views of the city skyline.

  2. St. Lawrence Market

    120 minutes

    Browse through over 100 vendors selling a variety of fresh food and artisanal goods at St. Lawrence Market, one of the oldest public markets in Toronto.

  3. Kensington Market

    180 minutes

    Explore the diverse and bohemian neighborhood of Kensington Market, filled with vintage clothing stores, quirky restaurants, and eclectic street art.

Day 2

  1. Art Gallery of Ontario

    180 minutes

    View the collection of over 95,000 works of art, from Canadian and Indigenous art to modern and contemporary pieces, at the Art Gallery of Ontario.

  2. Chinatown

    120 minutes

    Try authentic Chinese dishes and explore the bustling streets of Chinatown, full of colorful shops and markets.

  3. The Hudson Bay Company

    180 minutes

    Experience a heritage shopping experience with The Hudson Bay Company, the iconic department store known for its Canadiana products and history.

Day 3

  1. Ripley's Aquarium of Canada

    180 minutes

    See exotic fish and marine animals such as jellyfish, stingrays, and sharks at Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, featuring over 16,000 aquatic animals.

  2. Distillery District

    120 minutes

    Visit the Distillery District, a pedestrian-only area filled with historic industrial buildings, art galleries, and unique shops.

  3. Yonge-Dundas Square

    120 minutes

    Experience the energy of Yonge-Dundas Square, a bustling outdoor urban space with live performances, shopping, and dining options.

Day 4

  1. Toronto Island Park

    240 minutes

    Take a ferry to Toronto Island Park and spend a day at the beach, biking or walking along the trails, or exploring the amusement park and gardens.

  2. Eaton Centre

    180 minutes

    Visit the Eaton Centre, one of Canada's largest shopping malls with over 250 shops, restaurants, and entertainment options.

  3. Edgewalk at CN Tower

    90 minutes

    Experience the thrill of walking on the edge of the CN Tower with Edgewalk, a hands-free walk 1168 feet above the ground with breathtaking views of the city.

Day 5

  1. Royal Ontario Museum

    120 minutes

    Explore collections of art, culture, and nature, from dinosaur fossils to European fine art, at the Royal Ontario Museum.

  2. Spadina Museum

    90 minutes

    Visit the Spadina Museum, a historic mansion filled with artifacts, artwork, and furnishings from the Toronto's early 20th century upper class.

  3. Yorkville Village

    120 minutes

    Shop luxury fashion brands and dine at trendy restaurants at Yorkville Village, a high-end shopping center in Toronto.

Day 6

  1. Toronto Zoo

    240 minutes

    See over 5,000 animals from 450 species at Toronto Zoo, including African Savanna, Canada's Arctic, and the Great Barrier Reef.

  2. Hockey Hall of Fame

    180 minutes

    Celebrate Canada's national sport at the Hockey Hall of Fame with interactive exhibits, memorabilia, and displays of NHL trophies.

  3. Toronto Symphony Orchestra

    120 minutes

    Listen to world-class musicians at the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, featuring classical and contemporary repertoire at Roy Thomson Hall.

Day 7

  1. Casa Loma

    150 minutes

    Visit Casa Loma, a Gothic Revival castle and historic house museum featuring secret passages, luxurious furniture, and landscaped gardens.

  2. Yonge Street

    150 minutes

    Shop, dine, and explore one of the world's longest streets, Yonge Street, filled with eclectic stores and entertainment venues.

  3. The Second City

    120 minutes

    Laugh out loud with the improvisational comedy shows and classes at The Second City, a famous Canadian comedy institution.

Estimated Cost (USD)


25-40 USD per night
40-135 USD per night
80-250 USD per night


TTC (Toronto Transit Commission)
3.25 USD per ride or 32 USD for a weekly pass
15-30 USD for short rides within the city
Bike Rental
7-15 USD for 24 hours


Street Food
5-15 USD per meal
Budget restaurants
10-20 USD per meal
Fancy restaurants
50-150 USD per meal


CN Tower
35 USD for admission to observation deck
Museum of Contemporary Art
10 USD admission fee
Distillery District
Free to walk around, but prices vary for food and shopping

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