Toronto's wealth of diverse neighborhoods and fascinating attractions cater to most tastes, but explore beyond downtown to find the ethnic enclaves, parks, museums, and attractions that make the Greater Toronto Area even more intriguing. Most of these must-sees are accessible by public transportation, although a car would make the journey to some of the more far-flung destinations more convenient.
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