With a diverse population of 2.6 million, Toronto is a cosmopolitan destination. Its relatively compact downtown, makes it easy to explore with one visit.
City view of Toronto, Canada
The city and its people are so charming that few visitors can resist an opportunity to repeat the experience.
Toronto sign at City Hall
Toronto has it all. Bursting with upscale shopping, outstanding live theatre and gourmet dining, this is also the perfect place to relax.
Toronto, Canada with the CN Tower
The people take a pretty laid-back approach to life, and visitors can sample this by visiting one of Toronto’s many gorgeous parks or the scenic Toronto Islands which are just a brief ferry ride away.
Riverside in Toronto, Canada
Getting to Toronto, Canada
Most people arrive in Toronto at Pearson International Airport. Pearson is by far Canada’s busiest airport, making its YYZ designation a familiar one for international travellers. It boasts two massive terminals that can seem daunting to the new arrival.
Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport
The Union Pearson Express, a fast-moving and convenient rail line to downtown, is a quick and easy way to escape the airport. Buses, taxis and a subway are also available. It is also quite easy to pre-arrange your car rental pickup from the airport before you travel.
Toronto, Canada skyline
Getting Around Toronto, Canada
Most people don’t rent cars to get around Toronto. Locals say that the city has two seasons: winter and construction. This means that drivers will find themselves dealing with either snow and ice or construction delays. However there are many natural and scenic locations outside of Toronto that you will want to check out, and the best way to enjoy these locations is via a rental car.
Aerial view of Downtown, Toronto, Canada
Toronto also has especially tough rush hours on weekdays. Fortunately, the city boasts fantastic mass transit that includes a subway and a light rapid transit system. Walking is also a favourite way to get around since it lets visitors really explore the charming architecture.
Aerial view of Toronto, Canada
Where to Stay in Toronto, Canada
Toronto has no shortage of accommodations. They range from cosy bed and breakfast inns to sleek high rises in the centre of the city. It’s usually advantageous to stay in the downtown area, as you will be closer to main attractions.
This city boasts plenty of must see attractions. One of the best is the Distillery District. It’s known for its extraordinarily well-preserved Victorian era architecture and fantastic collection of galleries, shops, restaurants and performance venues.
Distillery District, Toronto, Canada
One of North America’s largest museums, the Royal Ontario, is also found in Toronto. It houses an impressive collection of artifacts from cultures across the globe, which is definitely an attraction to see on your visit.
CN Tower, Toronto, Canada
CN Tower in Toronto, Canada
The Toronto Zoo is a highlight for visitors who love wildlife, especially because of the well-executed Gorilla Rainforest. Eaton Centre is the go-to place for upscale shopping while Second City is the place to be for late night laughs.
Winston Churchill statue at City Hall, Toronto, Canada
Niagara Falls near Toronto
If you love the snow, you will want to be present for January’s Winter City Festival with its ice skating, art shows and live performances. March brings the Festival of Storytelling and in May there’s a food and wine festival.
Snow in Toronto, Canada
A party atmosphere invades the entire city in July for Caribana, a Canadian version of Carnival. Any season is festive and fun in this city.
Toronto City Hall
St. Lawrence Hall, Toronto, Canada
With an elegant setting but a laid-back demeanour, Toronto is a fantastic destination for any traveller.
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