DISTANCE FROM CENTRE
Mention Canada anywhere and Toronto is the first and probably the only city that comes into mind. Well given its fame and being the largest city of Canada when it comes to population. Home to some of the best universities in the country and a financial hub, this city speaks volumes of its own through the diversity of its people. It is the capital of the province of Ontario and just an hour and a half of a drive away from the world famous Niagara Falls. Don’t let the high population count deter you from finding good deals on apartments in Toronto.
If you want to see the best offerings of the city, just head straight over to Downtown because that is where the fun is at. From businesses, to restaurants, clubs and malls, there is something there for everybody. So let’s break down some of the places from Downtown Toronto.
Yonge & Dundas
This area is dubbed as the Time’s Square of Toronto because of the neon signs that illuminate the streets and the sky rises. This is the heart of the city as both locals and tourists flock here to hang out, shop, study, eat and do business. This is the go to place for everyone because it has a huge mall called Eaton center, which houses all the top brands and retailers plus a cinema.
This is a shopaholic’s paradise and is casually called the mink mile because it has the rich and famous shopping stores here. So grab your wallets and go to town (literally) in Yorkville. If you have an interest in history then head over to the Royal Ontario Museum which has some of the finest exhibits on everything related to natural history and it’s the biggest museum in the country itself. You can find some great deals vacation rentals in Toronto in this area but better ones will be a little further ahead.
You just can’t miss Harbourfront because it has some of the most notable buildings to go and see. Head over to CN Tower, and go see the whole city view from the top floor. If you are not afraid of heights then check out the glass floor view it has, many people experience vertigo but it’s thrilling in its own right. Then there is the Roger’s Centre Stadium and the Ripley’s aquarium. You can even hop on to one of the ferries on the lakeside to experience a mini cruise. And of course, the restaurants, cafes and clubs are a must place to be as well. These areas will make your short stay in Toronto a memorable one.
The weather of Toronto is influenced by the Lake Ontario shores. The summers are hot and humid and winters quite cold with December-January being the coldest and June-August warm.
So if you are planning to have a short stay in Toronto then make sure you visit all of these worth seeing places. You can find just about everything for everyone in this beautiful city. The people are warm and friendly. Even if you think you have missed out on some deals there are still some great last minute offers for vacation rentals in Toronto.