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    Flights to Toronto

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    Toronto Holiday Guide

    Toronto is one of the world’s most culturally diverse cities where Torontonians generally get along. Apart from some of the world’s finest restaurants and hospitable weather, Toronto is a lively, big-time city pulsating with activity. Over 140 languages and dialects are spoken but the city charm lies in its friendliness.

    Take a walk through Toronto

    The “mega-city” or Toronto, is made up of six varied and unique neighborhoods, where roads are in straightforward grid pattern
    Old Toronto: Composed of Downtown, West End, East End, Midtown and Islands, where the Downtown Toronto is the soul of this urban central.
    Etobicoke: Hub of industrial factories and suburban homes along with Sherway Gardens, Woodbine Racetrack, and St George’s Golf Course
    York: The most ethnically diverse district of the city
    North York: This borough is home to Parc Downsview Park, Downsview Airport and the North York Performing Arts Centre.
    Scarborough: This lushest zone of the city holds the flavor of old Toronto and is occupied with the topography of the Bluffs, the Rouge Valley, and other creeks

    Points of interest in Toronto

    • 1CN Tower
    • 2Royal Ontario Museum
    • 3Rogers Centre
    • 4Art Gallery of Ontario
    • 5Casa Loma
    • 6Toronto Zoo
    • 7St. Lawrence Market
    • 8Entertainment District
    • 9Ripley's Aquarium of Canada
    • 10City Hall

    Things to do in Toronto

    • 1Hop a ferry to the Toronto Islands
    • 2Relish the ambiance of Distillery district
    • 3Visit Harbourfront Centre for a peaceful stroll
    • 4Experience royalty in Casa Loma
    • 5History lovers' do visit Fort York
    • 6Visit St. Lawrence Market as one of the best food markets in the world

    Nightlife and bars of Toronto

    Toronto’s nightlife sight is as diverse as the mass it entices. From Vegas-mode lounges to late night’s nightclubs and tranquil sports bars, there are possibilities to fit every temper. The city is home to vivacious Entertainment Borough, presenting the cutting-edge musicals and other performing arts, and the historic Distillery District.

    Experience the fashion diversity of Toronto.

    The finest shopping in Toronto is as diverse as its localities. From exotic and hard-to-find spices in Kensington market to unique designs from a native haberdasher on College Street, the city is home to extravagance things and hand-made miracles throughout the city.

    Food fare of Toronto

    The diverse population of Toronto allows the city to bring food from around the world. From polished, brand-name restaurants to independents bistros, the city has elevated its culinary landscape with some global pleasures. Some of the common delights available in every restaurant are Korean bibimbap, Venezuelan arepas, Ethiopian wants, and Polish paczki. From Thai to Canadian fare to Asian delis, everything is available here.

    Best Time to Visit

    Late spring, early summer and fall are the most amusing walking months in the city, with comfortable calm nights and fewer crowds. September, one of the prettiest months of the year, is packed with the Toronto International Film Festival parties and a series of other weekend festivals. Mid-summer is the peak tourist season, as summertime in Toronto is festival time.


    This is a walkable city but the Toronto Transportation Commission tracks an underground subway system, streetcars and buses that let you from uptown to the waterfront. Taxis are also common. At times, severe storms disturb flights into and out of the city and also slow down transportation for a day or two. If you are planning a trip, we have some outstanding value business class flights to Toronto which will save you money.
    The city offers warm and humid summers in July/August, with damp evenings but hardly extreme heat. Winters are cold and mostly gloomy, at times snowy and uncomfortably windy. The sun shines more often than not in the summer, but short-lived thunderstorms occur from time to time, usually lasting less than an hour and bringing heavy rains.



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