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Mini-Guide To Toronto

Toronto is a city which is an internationally recognised home of arts, finance, culture and some fantastic attractions. Located in the province of Ontario and at the north west of Lake Ontario, this is a city that will delight and surprise you, every day you are there and each time you visit. It is a relatively large city, with over 2.5 million inhabitants, but it is also a very easy city in which to find your way around. There is also an excellent public transport system, with the subway system being extremely efficient, as is the very comprehensive network of both streetcars and buses, with superb links to the Toronto Pearson International Airport.

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Any time of the year is a good time to visit Toronto, because it has a relatively mild climate. The winters can be a little cold, but in general, they are not too bad, although snow can fall anytime between the months of November and April, but somehow this just adds to the atmospherics of the city. In the summer months, from about May till August, the temperatures can often be around 25 celsius. The skyline in Toronto is simply stunning and one of the best ways to see it is from the Lake, where you can go on a cruise and just soak up the wonderful views and sights of such a magnificent place. The CN Tower, which dominates the skyline is an amazing 553 metres high and is surpassed only by the Burj in Dubai in terms of height. The views from the tower are also incredible. Toronto is actually rated as being the 14th most popular tourist destination in the whole world and it is not without good reason. There is so much to see and do here, with many different museums and art galleries, as well as the famous Toronto Zoo, which is home to over 460 species and a total of 5000 animals. One of the most recent attractions is the Ontario Science Centre, which has a whole range of interactive exhibits and ways you can learn about science through play. It is great for little kids, as well as grown up kids! The nightlife in Toronto is also great, with some excellent bars, nightclubs, as well as some very fine dining restaurants which are situated in the Yorkville neighbourhood. If you are lucky enough to be in Toronto for the International Film Festival, then you may just spot some stars out to dine in this area. Shopping is also a really great experience in Toronto, with lots of different types of shops dotted all over the city. You can find very expensive, high end boutiques, but you will also find some great bargains at the St Lawrence Market. This really is a city which will creep under your skin and never leave you, since you will have such fantastic memories of both the city and its people. Once you have been you will simply wish to return and discover even more of the hidden gems which Toronto has to offer! Who flies to Toronto? Air Canada from the United States. From other countries, various airlines offer a service, including British Airways, South African Airways, Delta etc

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