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From the airport
From Toronto Pearson International ...
Buses
The city is served by a network of 150 ...
Driving Tips
Tourists driving in Toronto must first ...
Toronto in a Day
Seeing the whole of Toronto in one day is an impossible task. A good idea would be to concentrate ...
Doors Open Toronto
This event showcases many of the city's unique and historically important buildings to the ...
Canadian Music Week
During the Canadian Music Week, hundreds of artists play at 40 venues around the city over the ...
Toronto Downtown Jazz Festival
This world-class festival is a 10 day event that showcases more than 1,500 of the best Canadian and ...
When to go
The best time of the year to visit Toronto is between the months of June and September since there ...

Toronto, Canada

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Toronto today
Toronto is the most populated city in Canada. As the country's economic capital, it is considered a global city and one of the top financial centres in the world. Toronto is one of the most diverse cities in terms of non-native-born residents. This city is dynamic; with constant redevelopment, new skyscrapers springing up and a thoroughly global culture. Toronto is one of the fastest-growing cities in North America, with immigrants pouring in from around the world.

Toronto back then
Toronto’s histoy dates back to 1615, when Etienne Brûlé arrived on a mission for a French explorer, who had already founded a settlement at Québec. This discovered land, became known as Toronto, a name that may have been derived from a Mohawk name for a sacred fallen tree.
 
After years of hostility with the French, the British took over Toronto, under the 1763 Treaty of Paris. In 1793, the provincial capital was moved from Niagara-on-the-Lake to a more defensible position at Toronto, now renamed York. During the War of 1812, the Americans forces overcame the British and ra

Four Seasons Hotel Toronto
 The Four Seasons is favored by the glitterati. The hotel is situated in the ritzy Yorkville neighb
Hilton Toronto
The Hilton is a sophisticated choice. Located centrally in Downtown Toronto this magnificent hotel i
Park Hyatt
Arguably the very best hotel in Toronto, the Park Hyatt has prime location in the superior Yorkville
SoHo Metropolitan Hotel
The SoHo Met is a glamorous boutique hotel perfect for business and pleasure. The guestrooms are gor
The Metropolitan Hotel
The Metropolitan caters to business-oriented clients, offering a lot of of the same features and ame
Courtyard by Marriot Toronto Airport
Located near the Airport, guests of this hotel can enjoy great amenities. There is a swimming pool,

Birks
This high quality jewelry store offers silver, crystal, china and a variety of superior jewelry, inc
French Country
The French owner fashions a Parisian ambience in this shop, which sells unique objects like painted
Harry Rosen
Harry Rosen is a retail outlet for top menswear brands, including Hugo Boss, Brioni, and Versace. Th
Indigo Books, Music & More
A brilliant collection of books, magazines, and videotapes are found here. There are tables and chai
Native Stone Art
This shop keeps the masterpieces of Native Indian craftsmen from all over North America. They house
Pages Books and Magazines
This shop is famous for its books on the arts, cultural studies, and alternative lifestyles. There's

Grand Prix of Toronto
Held annually, this race track is 2.82km long and the race is run by drivers of international repute
Toronto's Cavalcade of Lights
Enjoy fireworks displays throughout the city.
Canadian Music Week
During the Canadian Music Week, hundreds of artists play at 40 venues around the city over the cours
Hot Docs- Canadian International Documentary Festival
“Hot Docs” is North America’s largest documentary film festival. The festival showcases a100 f
Doors Open Toronto
This event showcases many of the city's unique and historically important buildings to the public.Ov
Canadian International Auto Show
This show, held every February, features official displays by the world’s top automobile manufactu

Senses Bakery
Senses offers light, appropriate food for lunch, but the ultimate reason to visit this bakery is und
La Palette
This is a terrific French Bistro, comfortable and casual, with efficient service. Their food is clas
Greg’s Ice cream
Greg’s homemade ice cream is incredibly addictive. There are a variety of constantly changing flav
Kalendar
Kalendar is a jewel of a restaurant in the style of a French bistro. It brings out delectables like
Perigee
This spectacular restaurant is full of surprises. All you have to do is decide whether you want a fi
North 44
This restaurant is highly reputed and does justice to its reputation. The menu is a combination of M

Fast Facts
Location:
Toronto is located on the north shore of Lake Ontario, Canada.
Area:
630 square kilometres

Dialing code:
+1
Area Code:
+416 / 647 / 905
Emergency Numbers:
Fire: 911
Police: 911
Ambulance: 911

Population:
2.48 million Approximately

Languages:
English, French

Time zone:
UTC/GMT -4 hours

Currency:
Canadian Dollar

Average January Temperatures:
-6 °C
Average July Temperatures:
21 °C
Annual Rainfall:
700 mm

 
What to do with Children in Tow in Toronto
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Health and Safety in Toronto
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