Toronto, ON, Canada

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Toronto, ON, Canada

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Canada’s multicultural melting pot

With over 140 languages spoken within its limits, Toronto is one of the most diverse cities on the planet. More than half of its residents were born outside of Canada, which gives the provincial capital a wonderfully multicultural feel. If you love food, eating your way through Toronto’s colorful neighborhoods is a rite of passage. Toronto vacation rentals go one step further and give you the freedom to enjoy a local experience in your favorite district.

Toronto’s buzzing neighborhoods

Toronto is a city of neighborhoods, and exploring its unique boroughs is all part of the fun. Covering a 5-hectare footprint, the Distillery District is one of downtown Toronto’s best attractions. It’s made up of Victorian industrial warehouses which house an eclectic mix of galleries, boutiques, cafés, bars, and restaurants. Venture further afield and you can sift through vintage stores in Kensington Market, devour delicious dim sums in Chinatown, and hit up legendary nightlife in Yonge-Dundas Square. Named by Vogue as one of the most stylish streets on the planet, West Queen West is a wonderland of boutiques.

Art and engineering in Toronto

More than 100 years old, the magnificent Royal Ontario Museum is one of North America’s best natural history museums. Kids will love Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, while art buffs shouldn’t miss the beautifully curated Art Gallery of Ontario. Towering almost 2,000 feet above the city, the CN Tower is an engineering marvel. Inside, gleaming glass elevators will whisk you to the observation deck for panoramic views over the city. When hunger pangs hit, head straight to the historic St Lawrence Market, a cavernous hall stuffed with over 50 specialty stalls. Parking can be a headache so why not stay local with Toronto vacation rentals just steps from the city’s top attractions?

Summer in the city

Toronto’s winters can be extreme, but summer brings sultry weather that’s perfect for outdoor markets, patio dining, and colorful street festivals. Summer is also the apex of Toronto’s legendary cultural calendar. Running since 1976, the Toronto International Film Festival is world renowned. The festival is usually held in September, though the year-round TIFF Cinematheque program at the Bell Lightbox means you can soak up the atmosphere any time. Visit in July and the city explodes with rainbows during Toronto’s annual Pride celebrations.

Lakeside escapes in Toronto

Toronto may be a big city, but it doesn’t scrimp on scenery. The city is built on the banks of Lake Ontario which means there are waterfront views around every corner. Toronto vacation rentals make the most of the setting, with gorgeous lakefront condos in the heart of the downtown core. Toronto is one of North America’s biggest cities and it can feel a little overwhelming. For a breath of fresh air why not escape to High Park, an urban oasis in the heart of the city?