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Why fly to Toronto?


Toronto is one of the most diverse cities in the world and home to citizens from all corners of the earth.

The city's multicultural make up is especially apparent in the downtown core. Here you will find Little India, Chinatown, Little Italy, Little Portugal, Little Greece and the list could go on. Each of these districts are distinct and markedly so. They are virtually mini representations of a whole country, from cuisine to traditional arts and shopping. Visiting at least two of these mini-countries on a street is absolutely recommended.

Toronto is home to a few giant festivals. It is home to the largest Pride parade in North America and city's Carabana festival, which is a celebration of Caribbean culture brings in more than a million tourists for the week-long summer celebration that ends in a parade of some of the most beautiful and colorful costumes you will see outside of New Orleans' Mardi Gras.

The city's skyline is made unique by the CN Tower, which provides stunning views of the whole city from its observation deck as well as its revolving restaurant. The CN Tower sits next to the Skydome which hosts some of the city's top concerts and sports teams. In the summer the giant retractable roof remains open so if you book a hotel nearby you can check out what's going on inside.

The city is also home to fantastic restaurants and cafes. You can easily find delicious fish tacos at a funky casual restaurant for lunch and then head for a fancy steakhouse dinner in the evening. Toronto is also home to many vegetarian and vegan restaurants that really take veggie-cooking to a whole new level (something even meat lovers would enjoy).

Don't forget to check out the Art Gallery of Ontario and the Royal Ontario Museum for world class exhibits and art.

Weather

Toronto has four seasons and they are all markedly different. The city eases into summer in June and temperatures really heat up in July and August hitting the 30-degree mark. August evenings however can be far cooler. The fall brings temperatures in the mid teens and the cold weather really begins to seep in at the end of October. Snowfall is usually at its heaviest in January and February and can last right into April. Temperatures during the brisk winter months are often in the negatives for part of the day.


Toronto Weather


Toronto has four seasons and they are all markedly different. The city eases into summer in June and temperatures really heat up in July and August hitting the 30-degree mark. August evenings however can be far cooler. The fall brings temperatures in the mid teens and the cold weather really begins to seep in at the end of October. Snowfall is usually at its heaviest in January and February and can last right into April. Temperatures during the brisk winter months are often in the negatives for part of the day.


When to fly to Toronto


Peak season

Toronto sees a lot of visitors in the summer months so flight prices at this time are very expensive. December is also a popular time to visit and ticket prices are at a premium in the latter half of the month.

Off Season

January though April is a good time to book a cheap flight to Toronto, the weather is blustery but most of Toronto's tourist attractions are indoors and the downtown is very compact. Some flight deals to the city also pop up in October and November but if you're interested be prepared to snap them up quickly.


Getting into Toronto


Once you land at Lester B. Pearson International Airport's new terminal building you have a few option of how you will get into town. Regular city taxis are not permitted to pick up at the airport, instead there are a number of companies that operate fleets dedicated strictly for airport service. The fleets strictly operate luxury sedans and these will be lined up outside the airport terminal. The prices are fixed and very affordable. Another option is airport bus or shuttle.


Getting around Toronto


Toronto's downtown is fairly compact which makes many venues easily accessible by foot. If you need wheels to get to where you want to go, hop on the TTC buses, which operates in the downtown as well as on the outskirts of the city. The subway system is also an option if you are travelling north and south. The light rail service is only useful if you want to get out into the Greater Toronto Area, which essentially means the suburbs. Taxi service is available throughout the city. There is also ferry service to get out to the neighboring islands.


Insider Guide


  • Toronto is less than a two hour drive from Niagara Falls, one of the great wonders of the world. If you aren't overwhelmed by the sheer size of the falls you can take a short boat trip around the waterfall, just be prepared to get a little wet. Niagara Falls downtown is also a great place to visit. There are many things to see and do like visit Screamers, one of the scariest haunted house experiences you will ever have.
  • Niagara Falls is also home to casinos, you can head there for an evening of card games or slots and follow that up by a wonderful meal at one of the restaurants and then take in some entertainment or head to one of the dance clubs.
  • A visit to CN Tower is almost mandatory if you visit the city. Take the opportunity to walk on the glass floor, your stomach may churn slightly as you look below and see the city of Toronto underneath your feet but you'll get over it in no time.
  • The Ontario Science Center is located approximately half an hour outside of the downtown core but is definitely worth a visit, especially if you are travelling with children. There are great interactive exhibits that explain and explore the mysteries of science, and will likely keep you there for most of the day.
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Toronto Tourism More information at http://www.toronto.ca.


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