Toronto is one of the most diverse cities to visit, with over 140 languages spoken and cultural influences from all over the world. From the Hockey Hall of fame, Metro Zoo, Canada’s Wonderland to Ontario Science Centre this is a city full of museums, restaurants and attractions. See Toronto at it's best in Summer, when all the bars and clubs come to life and loads of festivals take place.
The Distillery District is a colourful historic neighbourhood in Toronto, with loads of cool cafes, bars and restaurants to explore. Check out the street art and have a craft beer in one of the many trendy bars.
Hockey is one of Canada's favourite sports, so if you're in Toronto it's definitely worth checking out the Hockey Hall of Fame. Learn about some of the nation's favourite players or try your hand at the game itself, on one of the city's outdoor ice rinks.
Take a stroll along the scenic Harbourfront, looking over the waters of Lake Ontario and taking in the atmosphere of the street entertainers. With lots of lakeside bars and restaurants opening up their terraces in summer, this is a great spot for alfresco dining.
From Toronto, you can't miss a trip to the awesome Niagara Falls and its adjacent wine region. We bet you didn't know that crossing Niagara Falls by tightrope requires you to carry your passport?
As one of the most multi-cultural cities in the world, Toronto's neighbourhoods make up a myriad of histories and cultures. Discover sights such as the CN Tower, reflected here in the calm water of Lake Ontario, or just hang out with the locals in the cool bars of the Distillery District.
Head to the buzz of Downtown Toronto for the city's main attractions, including the CN Tower, Union Station, plus various art galleries and museums. Go down to the Harbourfront to take a stroll along the broadwalk, taking in the views of Lake Ontario or head to the epicentre of Yonge-Dundas square, Toronto's answer to Times Square, for a spot of shopping in the huge malls.
West Queen West
Once voted the world's coolest neighbourhood, Toronto's West Queen West is a hipster haven, with hundreds of galleries, shops, restaurants and boutiques to explore. It's Toronto's creative centre, and with it comes lots of cool hangouts for the trendy travellers and art lovers.
Chinatown & Kensington Market
For bohemian, hipster vibes, venture West of Downtown to the neighbourhoods of Queen West, Kensington Market and Chinatown. These districts host Toronto's most eclectic mix of cultures, with cheap eateries, art galleries and shops that sell just about anything. Check out the graffiti in Kensington Market and snack on dumplings in Chinatown.
Yorkville is one of Toronto's more affluent neighbourhoods, with high-end shopping outlets along the "Mink Mile". Once a bohemian centre in the 1960's, budget travellers may only head here to window shop or visit the Royal Ontario Museum, but then you can spend an entire day doing just that.
Our amazing Toronto City break packages include flights and a 3 night stay at some of our top hotels and hostels close to some of the city's most iconic sights! Speak to one of our friendly Travel Experts to book the perfect getaway.
• Located in Downtown Toronto, within walking distance to St. Lawrence Market, Union Station and many restaurants & bars.
• Fun, friendly and affordable hostel - a fantastic pitstop for budget backpackers!
• Rooftop patio and many free daily activities!
• Bright boutique hotel with clean and colourful rooms. A convenient base for all those no-nonsense sightseers.
• Walking distance to Eaton Centre's world class shopping centre in the heart of Downtown.
• Refresh yourself at their juice bar or dine in their restaurant.
• Classic hotel with traditional rooms and a great range of features for independent travellers or families
• Centrally located and only a short walk from the city's entertainment district and all its bars and eateries
• Unwind at their indoor heated pool, sundeck or sauna
Depart Toronto and travel down to the beautiful Niagara wine region, stopping for a tour and tasting at an award-winning winery. Continue to the majestic falls where you can opt for a boat ride or even a helicopter ride over the falls before returning to Toronto.
Experience the sights, sounds and history of multi-cultural Toronto at your own speed, on your own time, with this handy three day hop-on hop-off pass. Sights include entertainment district, harbourfront and the CN Tower.
The best times to visit Toronto are during the shoulder season months of April, May, September and October. The summer months have the warmest weather but the city will be crowded with tourists and accommodation will be more expensive. The winter months are particularly cold and snowy, so usually draw a lot less people.