Toronto Travel Guide
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Cultured and cosmopolitan, Toronto nevertheless manages to remain relaxed, livable, and fun all at the same time. Canada's center of the arts and media has plenty of pleasant tree-lined streets in Yorkville for window-shopping and wandering; a host of independent galleries in West Queen West with edgy works; big-name music festivals year-round; and an adventurous, constantly evolving food scene. Toronto’s impressive sights may be what pull you in, but its vibrant neighborhoods, artistic happenings, and friendly locals will make you want to return.
Given that more than 100 languages and dialects are spoken in the Greater Toronto area, it's not surprising that much of the... read more
Toronto’s calling card—its ethnic diversity—offers up a potent mix of cuisines. But with that base, the city’s chefs... read more
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Torontonians have a hard time defining their city. It's culturally diverse, to be sure, but this, the city's most touted trait, is the... Read more
Since it opened as a communications tower in 1976, the CN Tower has defined Toronto's skyline and is the city's most iconic structure.... Read more
The city officially became Toronto on March 6, 1834, but its roots are much older. In the early 1600s a Frenchman named Etienne Brûlé... Read more
The new century has brought renewed interest to Toronto's Harbourfront. Cranes dot the skyline as condominium buildings seemingly appear... Read more
Those in search of haute cuisine are pampered in Toronto, where some of the world's finest chefs vie for the attention of the city's... Read more
If you want to get a glimpse of the skyline, try a boat tour. There are many boat-tour companies operating all along the boardwalk of... Read more
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