There are loads of things to do in Toronto itself. Such as the CN Tower, Roger Centre, Air Canada Centre if you're lucky enough to be there when a basketball game is on, you can usually find touts near the stadium.
For shopping, go along Yonge and Dundas, or even the Eaton Center is pretty good.
You could also visit Centre Island. over 7 years agoAnswered by Kaajal Shah via WorldNomads.com
You don't need a car to go to Niagara Falls. You can take Go Transit. You take the train from Union Station and then along the route transfer to a bus to Niagara Falls and it's not that expensive.
But, yes, there is so much to do in Toronto and there is an excellent transit system. You can visit Kensington Market for funky and cheap shopping and eats, stroll along hip Queen Street West, head east to the Beaches at Queen and Woodbine, visit the Art Gallery of Ontario at Dundas and McCaul or the Royal Ontario Museum at Bloor Street and Avenue Road or visit High Park for excellent biking and walking trails. I also recommend Centre Island: it's just a ferry ride from Toronto's Harbourfront and you'll find an oasis in the city. You can rent bikes including tandems and in the summer, you can rent a canoe and paddle along the lagoons. Centre Island is a huge green space with beaches and even a kiddie amusement park. Have fun! over 7 years ago
Yes, there's the beautiful Ontario town of Stratford, home of the Stratford Festival which features plays by Shakespeare and others. Range of places to stay - the Stewart Inn is really nice. Specialty shops along the Avon River and elsewhere. Several upscale restaurants. Also Niagara-on-the-Lake, another charming town near wineries and biking trails. Home to the Shaw Festival. Have dinner at Ravine Winery or Peller Estates. over 7 years agoAnswered by Suzanne via Travellr.com