Toronto, Ontario, Canada

  • Royal Ontario Museum, the largest museum in Canada, features extensive collections of dinosaur bones, meteorites, African art, and fossils.
  • Tour historic Casa Loma, a Gothic Revival-style castle that dates back to the early 1900s.
  • Nestled along the lakefront, High Park is home to carefully cultivated gardens, a zoo, and winding hiking trails.
  • Marvel at the Canadian, Renaissance, and Baroque artwork in the Art Gallery of Ontario.
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City of Neighborhoods

With top-tier shopping, dining, arts, and attractions sprinkled throughout a bustling and beautifully conceived cityscape, Toronto has evolved from simply being Canada's largest city and hub of commerce to becoming one of the world's most dynamic and culturally diverse metropolitan destinations. The city's six million residents and its steady stream of in-the-know travelers enjoy a level of distinct urban sophistication that is largely unmatched in other metropolitan areas. More than one Chinatown, Little Italy, Greektown, and Little Portugal are just a few of the neighborhoods that compose Toronto's culture and foundation.

Quick Facts

  • Suggested Airport
    Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ)
  • Documents Needed
    Passport
  • Languages Spoken
    140+
  • Toronto International Film Festival
    September
  • Average High Temperature
    30°F Winter/88°F Summer

Fresh Things To Do

Featured Activity


  • The World's Third Tallest Tower

    Architect John Andrews' concrete tower on the lakefront stretches upward for 147 floors and attracts more than two million visitors from around the globe each year. "CN" stands for Canadian National, the namesake of the railway company that built the impressive observation tower between 1973 and 1976. The structure is a civil engineering achievement beyond comparison.

    Dinner at 360. For an unforgettable meal with a panoramic view of the megacity, have your concierge make reservations for you at 360, a revolving restaurant sitting 1,151 feet high. The establishment owns the award for the Best Restaurant with a View in the Toronto Sun Readers' Choice and has dominated the category since 1994.

    EdgeWalk. Fortune favors the bold and daredevils will love the EdgeWalk at CN Tower. This is the world's highest full circle hands-free walk. At 116 stories above the ground, this 1.5-hour adventure will get your adrenaline pumping and the highest international safety and security standards will keep you secure. Reservations are required.

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Toronto Travel Tips

Weather


  • Forecasting Your Toronto Vacation

    Toronto experiences four distinct seasons with little to no drought conditions. Its proximity to water lends to humid summers and cold winters-both manageable and non-intrusive to vacationers. Of course, the Great White North is known for its harsh winters. However, Toronto's southerly location is a boon to more mild weather than most of its sister cities. Generally, winter isn't a nuisance to Toronto city-dwellers.

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Map of Toronto, Canada

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