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Toronto – It All Happens in Canada’s Downtown

The views are different in Canada’s Downtown. As the nation’s largest city, Toronto boasts both a larger than life look and personality. Exciting on the inside and out, the city offers everything from a vibrant skyline to friendly dwellers. Praised by The Economist as the “Top city to live, work, and play,” you’ll experience a breadth of entertainment and culture. With eclectic neighborhoods at every turn, that house over 140 languages and dialects from 230 nationalities, the cultural diversity is a warm welcome for all visitors. Not to mention the renowned cuisine that comes of it. There’s something for all tastes whether it’s artistically, leisurely, or literally. 

As the 3rd largest city in North America, Toronto is easily Canada’s gateway. With 2 international airports that bring in over 1,400 flights from 66 airlines, plus ample road and rail access, it’s easy to access. It’s also easy to navigate. From extensive transportation that spans around and outside the city, to bike paths and safe walkability, you can explore with ease of mind. The popular UP Express train will take you from Toronto Pearson International Airport to the city centre in just 25 minutes.

With diversity flowing through the streets and invigorating the city’s culture, you’ll have ample choice of creative venues. Whether it’s a gorgeous view you’re after or an artistic atmosphere, venues range from rooftop patios, to museums, to waterfront beaches. With over 3,260,000 sq. ft. of meeting space, locations tailored to your specific objectives are readily available year-round.

When you’re not working, make time for some play. With fun entertainment ranging from lively exhibits to popular year-round festivals, any time is an exciting time in Toronto. While staying in one of 40,000 hotel rooms at one of 230 hotels, delicious dining or stylish shopping is always near. Always fashionable – Vogue recently crowned spots like the CN Tower, the Distillery Historic District, and Graffiti Alley (to name a few) West Queen West the hippest neighborhood – Toronto’s Bloor-Yorkville neighborhood houses fashion’s trendiest names. Other notable city offer unique sightseeing experiences with friendly Canadian hospitality.

There’s no time like the present to visit. Whether you’re snapping celebrities at Toronto’s International Film Festival, cheering on heroes at the Invictus Games, or admiring a Dalí sculpture at his latest exhibit, you’ll always be entertained in Canada’s Downtown.

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