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Largest, most populous and the provincial capital of Ontario, Toronto is a city driven by senses. It is polite yet edgy, urban yet green and a thriving metropolis to live, work or just visit. Its cosmopolitan ambience, great food culture, high quality life, top notch public transport and reliable services make it one of the safest urban environments in the world. Situated on the north-west shore of Lake Ontario, the city has Canadian identity and American culture which makes it even more interesting.

Why Go

On a visit to Toronto one can find it a melting pot, a place where a whole host of nationalities have left their mark. It is one of North America’s largest cities and a popular destination that offer plenty of reasons to travellers to enjoy their holidays over here. It is a perfect destination for urban adventuring with a happening art scene, world class markets, and scrumptious cuisines from around the world with beautiful green spaces, great events and festivals etc which surely leave you mesmerized. It is world’s most diverse cities with 49% of its population was born outside Canada. So the presence of Chinatown, Little Italy, and various settled communities hailing from different corners of the world is not a surprise. So get ready to taste the amazing diversity in food as well. The place is made for cyclists and you can cross the whole city by bike using bike lanes and come across the most spectacular sites.

Ideal Time to Visit

Toronto is one of the southernmost cities in Canada with milder climate than much of the country and thus remains active and vibrant throughout the year. Best time to enjoy your holidays is in summers from June to September when schools are on vacation, weather is warm and festivals are around. The least popular time to visit it is winters when cooler weather and snow are common but low accommodation prices make it an attractive time to visit.

Major Tourist Attractions

No matter what the season may be, Toronto is illuminated with attractive sites where one can enjoy exciting theatre performances, festivals, local events, world-class museums, and thrilling sporting events along with some of the world’s best dining and sensational shopping. Don’t miss its most iconic attraction the CN Tower, the tallest free-standing structure in the western hemisphere and do enjoy the Edge Walk, a thrilling hands-free walk on an outside ledge of tower. Visit St. Lawrence Market which is ranked by National Geographic as world’s best food markets. If you love shopping then don’t miss the Eaton Centre which is one of the country’s favorite places to shop. The greatest natural asset of city is the Waterfront and the best way to enjoy its simple lakefront pleasures is to visit Harbourfront Centre and Ontario Place where you can indulge in its cultural events, rides and attractions that surely makes you feel happy.

Festivals and Events

On a holiday trip to this beautiful destination you’ll never come across even a single dull moment because its calendar of events is so jam-packed. Some major festivals and events celebrated over here include Canada Day, Doors Open Toronto, Hot Docs International Documentary Festival, Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival, Canadian Music Week, Inside Out LGBT Film Festival, Luminato Festival etc are few of them.