Toronto: Lively and Cosmopolitan, a must see destination!
Toronto is the capital of the Province of Ontario and the most populous city in Canada. To experience this incredible destination, enquire from your travel agents, as most international airlines these days fly direct to Toronto.
Toronto is one of only two cities (San Francisco being the other) in North America that uses streetcars for public transportation. Spring can be a pleasant time to visit Toronto since the weather starts getting warmer and there is no snow. Plan your vacation accordingly to book cheap tickets to Toronto.
There are many Toronto attractions that might be of interest to tourists, and without a doubt, the CN Tower is the most famous. Another tourist attraction is the Distillery District abuzz with The Toronto Christmas Market. Inspired by the Old World and influenced by the New, there are plenty of events for young and old.
Yonge Street runs north and south and is the busiest street in the city. Harbor front is located along Queen's Quay proceeding west and offers many cultural, food, shopping and boat tour options for visitors.
Toronto has a very active theatre district and has theatres throughout the downtown core. Medieval Times is a theatre event that combines dinner and a show with an 11th century medieval theme. The Toronto Zoo also has lots of exciting things to do for kids and adults.
Caribana is a yearly Caribbean festival that occurs in July and august and is the largest Caribbean festival in North America.Another significant event is the Beaches Jazz Festival that takes place in July in downtown Toronto. Whether it is boating, parasailing, biking, walking and just sitting on the beach one can enjoy it all at Cherry Beach.
Major attraction for fall is the Toronto Film Festival when there are many cheap flights to Toronto. The Toronto International Film Festival occurs every September and features the premier of many outstanding films as well as a variety of international films. The festival attracts film goers from around the world and has become one of the premiere film festivals.
Year Round Attractions in Toronto include the CN Tower the tallest free standing structure in the world. The Royal Ontario Museum always has splendid new exhibits coming in.
The Hockey Hall of Fame features the greatest hockey players, exhibits, interactive events and memorabilia that the hockey world has to offer.
Toronto has one of the widest ranges of restaurants that offer a variety of cuisines. There is a fabulous restaurant district on King Street West in the downtown core with plenty of choices. In a nutshell, one will find Mexican, Thai, Chinese, Italian, African, Arabic, French, Greek, Indian, Japanese, and many other types of restaurants in the downtown area. Food buffs will find plenty of casual dining, formal dining, supper clubs, private dining, pubs, seafood, steakhouses and other options. Hence, hop on any one of flights to Toronto and enjoy a perfect vacation.
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