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Guide to Toronto

The Canadian city of Toronto shares a positive attribute with some other Canadian cities, being voted one of the best places to live. In the province of Ontario and located on the shores of Lake Ontario, the city is a driving force in Canada, both economically and culturally. Visiting Toronto is a great experience, with so many different museums and galleries to enjoy plus a wonderful choice of restaurants, with a multi-cultural society ensuring food from all continents are well represented. The city is also a clean and friendly one, with a welcoming nature and a relaxed atmosphere that ensures visitors will want to return.

Main Toronto Attractions

Leave time to explore Toronto and see some of the sights Toronto attractions include the views from the CN Tower is great to see for yourself. The Toronto Waterfront are also well worth seeking out. Toronto’s culture offers loads to see!

We recommend booking a Toronto tour before you go, and benefiting from the expertise of our Toronto based guides who will show you Toronto’s less well known attractions.

Toronto Sports Guide

It often seems as though Toronto’s most widely played sport is Ice Hockey, which is played by the Toronto Maple Leafs at their home: the Air Canada Centre. Each year, the biggest event in Toronto’s sporting calendar is Champcar Series Motor racing at the Exhibition Place - tickets can be hard to get, so book in advance!

Main Toronto Attractions

Leave time to explore Toronto and see some of the sights Toronto attractions include the views from the CN Tower is great to see for yourself. The Toronto Waterfront are also well worth seeking out. Toronto’s culture offers loads to see!

We recommend booking a Toronto tour before you go, and benefiting from the expertise of our Toronto based guides who will show you Toronto’s less well known attractions.

Toronto Weather

Easily pinpoint the best time for going to Toronto courtesy of our easy to read climate guide to Toronto. The table below displays annual temperature trends in Toronto over the course of a year in Toronto.

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Toronto Driving Tips

If you are planning to drive during your visit to Toronto, make sure you get an International Driving Permit valid for Canada. You can book them with the AA, before going to Toronto.

When you drive in Toronto, in common with the rest of Canada, you should always keep to the right side of the road. We can arrange car hire in Toronto before you travel to Canada and there are several car hire offices in Toronto where you can collect your hire car.

Guide to Toronto Airport

Lester B Pearson International Airport is only about 17 miles to the northwest from Toronto. The airport's IATA code is YYZ - flights take 7 hours flight from London. Regular buses operate into Toronto, and taxis are also available. Lester B Pearson International Airport offers plenty to do including shops offering souvenirs of Toronto if you want something to remember your visit.

British Embassy in Toronto

If you get into trouble in Toronto, or just need some advice, the Toronto British Consulate is the place to go.

British Consulate General
777 Bay Street
Suite 2800
College Park
Toronto
Ontario M5G 2G2

Telephone: (1) 416 593 1290

The Facts About Toronto

City Name: Toronto
Country: Canada
Language: English
Currency: Canadian Dollar
Time Difference: GMT - 5
Electricity Supply: 110V AC 60Hz

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