The Colors and Architectural Design of Toronto | Travel – eColorWorld
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The Colors and Architectural Design of Toronto | Travel

If you ever plan a trip to Niagara Falls you may find it useful to know that Toronto is just an hour and thirty minutes away. If you like the big city experience, like I do, a day in Toronto is something to consider. It is not the skyscrapers or the city attractions that excites me, not even the fine dining; it is the people and their diversity. Toronto is multicultural and interesting in many ways. Everywhere I go there is always something that makes me want to go back again and visit. I like that the city is modern but history is still preserved in its older buildings. Thirty minutes ride from downtown to Mimico, in one of the streetcars can be exciting because it is traveling through some pretty neat places with beautiful murals, thrift shops, art galleries and sunflowers growing along the road.

If you are looking for some fresh new ideas as an artist , architect or designer , Toronto with its cosmopolitan charm will inspire you!