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Toronto – What not to miss is the latest podcast to go live on Hostelworld.com. Some of the top Toronto attractions including the CN Tower and the ROM are featured in this podcast, along with popular Toronto neighbourhoods like The Beach and Chinatown.
On a sunny day in Toronto last year, I met with Michele Simpson to record my third Toronto podcast, Toronto – What not to miss. Michele is the Media Relations Manager at Tourism Toronto and knows all about the top things to do in Toronto, the coolest Toronto neighbourhoods and more.
In this podcast, Michele speaks about the most popular attractions in Toronto including the Royal Ontario Museum. Affectionately known as the ROM, it’s one of the biggest museums in Canada and boasts a huge collection covering everything from dinosaur bones to sparkling gems.
As Michele confirms in the podcast, Toronto is definitely a city of neighbourhoods. Listen to this podcast to find out why you should visit The Beach (and how to get there on the streetcar), which neighbourhoods offer visitors a real taste of Toronto nightlife, where to go if you’re looking for funky boutiques, and more. You’ll also hear all about Yorkville, a Toronto neighbourhood that’s pretty popular with the rich and famous.
So for those of you planning a trip to Toronto, listen to our Toronto – What not to miss podcast to find out what you can expect from Canada’s largest city. If you’re looking for somewhere to stay in the city, you can book hostels in Toronto from our top-notch selection. We’ve also got plenty of other Toronto content for you to check out including our Toronto video postcard and our free Toronto pocket guide.
In our hostelworld.com travel blog we bring you all the latest company news and information on new additions to the site including podcasts, videos and more. You'll also get inside information on a variety of destinations across the globe as they're visited by our travel editor and writers.
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