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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.
Straddling the border between Canada and the U.S. are the Horseshoe Falls, the American Falls, and the Bridal Veil Falls. Take a day trip to visit this iconic North American site and marvel at the source of hydroelectric power.
This acclaimed neighborhood is lined with charming cobblestone streets and top-notch restaurants, galleries, and entertainment venues. Spend the day shopping in some of the city's most eclectic boutiques.
Countless neighborhoods, vibrant landscapes, and notable architecture make Toronto an ideal wandering city. Walking tours are intended to seamlessly guide you through distinctive sights and illustrious landmarks.
Hailed as one of the world's best food markets by National Geographic, St. Lawrence Market is home to more than 120 vendors. In addition to a collection of edible goodies, you can also shop for clothing, antiques, and jewelry.
Escape the hustle and bustle of the city with a 10-minute ferry ride to Centre Island, home to 600 acres of green space, amusement park rides, picnic areas and wading pools. Enjoy bicycle paths, a petting zoo, and secluded beaches.
Focused on making one beer and one beer alone, Steam Whistle Brewing has perfected the Pilsner. Boasting a name that reflects the end of an accomplished workday, you'll want to reward yourself with this refreshing brew.
After World War II, many cities replaced their streetcar systems with buses. Not Toronto! Eleven streetcar routes make the city incredibly accessible via public transit. Request a schedule and map from your Member Services team.
The waterfront along Toronto spans almost 29 miles along Lake Ontario. You can cruise around the islands on a ferry or stroll along the boardwalk. The Martin Goodman Trail is a beautiful trail for biking, skating and walking.
Located in The Hazelton Hotel, ONE Restaurant is downtown Toronto's culinary hotspot. Acclaimed chef, Mark McEwan, is serving up French and Italian fare with local ingredients begetting an indelible dining experience.
Now magazine is a complimentary publication released on a weekly basis. The periodical features news, events, and timely tips for exploring Toronto. Look for the magazine at kiosks and in door entrances around town.
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.