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The heart of Canada’s economy and the home of the majority of this vast country’s population, Toronto is also North America’s busiest transportation hub and an integral part of the Golden Triangle. Along with New York and Montreal, Toronto is part of a triumvirate of cities that dominate the northern part of the continent. There’s the obvious commerce angle, along with the impressive amount of international and domestic travel links that include air, rail, ship, and road transport, with a healthy mix of culture, entertainment, and global events included in the mix.

Tourism in Toronto

A relatively new city, Toronto’s attractions are modern, boasting cutting-edge technology and design. The region was important to Canadian history and includes some historic sites, and the location on Lake Ontario has some pleasant beaches. A walk through Toronto reveals an eclectic mix of designs that stretches back to the early 19th century and goes well beyond the 21st. Despite the claim that Toronto is a generic city with little character, there are plenty of compelling things to do.

  • Old Toronto. This residential neighborhood is made up of bay-and-gable houses, a Victorian-inspired style that is unique to Toronto and evolved partly due to the long rectangular shape of the original lots. You can also see this design, along with Edwardian homes, in other historic neighborhoods like Cabbagetown and Little Italy.
  • The Distillery District was formerly the industrial heart of the city that was dominated by breweries and a pork processing plant that gave the city one of its nicknames, Hogtown. This is now a National Historic Site and a gathering place for foodies, shoppers, and cafe aficionados.
  • Performing Arts. Toronto is home to 50 ballet companies, one of them being the National Ballet of Canada. There are also several operas and symphony orchestras along with a myriad of theaters to host them.
  • Film. Television and movies are a major industry here, and you can tour the sets of some of your favorite TV shows and feature films in these city streets. This is the other half of Hollywood North, a title shared with Vancouver on the west coast. Innovation in this field is included in this category. The first permanent IMAX theater in the world is still humming away at Ontario Place.

Hotels in Toronto

Thanks to Toronto’s position on the world stage as a global player, you can stay in any accommodation you desire for a lot or a little. And you can easily get there via public transit or airport transfer. Go for chic and ultra modern or find a nice camping space. As it is with most Canadian cities no matter their size, the sprawling wilderness of the Great White North is just outside of Toronto’s doorstep.

  • Hostels in Toronto are simple and comfortable, offering stellar locations downtown and basic amenities like WiFi. Some conventional hotels and homestays, which are similar to boarding houses, are about the same price and include breakfast but require a commute.
  • Camping. Go rustic or glamour in campsites that are only a couple of hours out of town. There are several national and provincial parks nearby, complete with beaches, lakes, and rivers, along with the ever-popular Jellystone Park, which combines modern campsites with a theme park.
  • Boutique Hotels. Toronto has some impeccable and daring designs when it comes to small hotels. Features at these places include entertainment venues, contemporary bars and restaurants, and rooms with historic and creative themes.