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The vibrancy of Toronto extends well beyond its downtown core. The area is home to some of Canada’s biggest attractions: Canada’s Wonderland, the Toronto Zoo, the Ontario Science Centre..
Zoom up to the top of the world's largest freestanding structure for a breathtaking view of Canada's biggest and most cosmopolitan city.
Globetrot through intriguing ethnic neighbourhoods..
Take in the lake breeze. Enjoy the relaxed pace of pedestrians and the Queen Street's eclectic mix of chic clothing boutiques, antiques shops, quirky stores, coffee houses and restaurant..
A trip to Toronto wouldn't be complete without visiting Yonge Street, Toronto's iconic thoroughfare and the longest street in the world. Yonge is an ever-evolving combination of addresses..
Centred around the landmark theatres of King Street West, the Entertainment District is densely packed with trendy restaurants and one of North America's liveliest nightclub scenes...
In the 1960s, Yorkville was the locus of hippie culture in Toronto. Now, Yorkville is more "hip haute" with its designer boutiques and fine dining. See cobblestone courtyards, laneways and..
Streetsville, Mississauga's Village in the City, sits on the banks of the Credit River - a quaint scenic community with fashion boutiques, jewellery shops, cafes and the largest..
The picturesque village of Kleinburg has a rich history and story. Visit the pristine woodlands of the 324-hectare Kortright Centre for Conservation in the Humber River Valley and..
Stretching across the southern edge of the city, Toronto's waterfront area has a nautical nature that pervades its plentiful parks and shops. Queen's Quay Terminal historic building marks..
One of the city's greenest neighbourhoods, Bloor West Village, on the north end of High Park, offers a leisurely adventure in Eastern European pastry, coffee and culture. Delicatessens..
Over the past decade, trendy restaurants, clothing chains and purveyors of art and chic house decor have descended on Queen West, but they haven't diluted this colourful strip's street-cool..
Always bustling with crowds of shoppers and vendors, Toronto's Old Chinatown is home to some of Canada's best Asian restaurants and best-stocked Asian stores. Besides Chinese imports, this..
Experience first-hand Toronto's rich cultural mix at Kensington Market, a dense labyrinth of narrow streets where the shops are stacked with produce and gift items from Asia, the Caribbean..
Mississauga's vibrant city centre boasts not only the province's largest shopping mall, Square One, but also a clock tower that provides panoramic views of the city, a library, art gallery..
This boutique village offers cultural celebrations and unique shopping experiences year-round. In Unionville, the gracious old buildings, mills and churches that line Main Street reflect..
Walking on Danforth Avenue reveals Toronto's rich Greek heritage. This neigh-bourhood is constantly abuzz with crowded sidewalks and street-front patios. There is also strong contrast here..
La dolce vita thrives year-round in this stylish yet warm neighbourhood, where restaurants and bars serve up well-executed traditional Italian dishes, lattes and espressos comple- mented by..
Home to Canada's largest gay community, Toronto welcomes gay and lesbian visitors with a full slate of things to see and do all year-round. The Village is nestled in the downtown core..
Old Town Toronto is home to St. Lawrence Market, Corktown and the Historic Distillery District, as well as a plethora of boutiques, theatres, galleries and restaurants. Its well- preserved..
The community surrounding the University of Toronto is among the most diverse in the city. This is where bohemia and academe meet, with art houses, theatres, beatnik coffee shops..
Vaughan in York Region includes the lively communities of Woodbridge, Maple and Concord, among others. Some of the area's attractions are Canada's Wonderland, Reptilia, Magnotta Winery and..
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