There's much to do and see in Toronto, from high-street shopping, to high art, global culinary escapades and fun island trips. Choose from a range of well-furnished vacation apartments, rentals, condos and villas to feel the pulse of this city.
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Use filters to search and find an offer matching your criteria among the 5,908 properties in Toronto. In Toronto, 5,040 accommodations include "Internet". So, if you need internet access during your vacation, select the Internet filter to compare these rentals. It is also possible to find an accommodation in Toronto if you want a rental with a jacuzzi as 140 of the properties there provide "Hot tub."
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The Weather in Toronto
Above are the weather conditions for Toronto. July is the warmest month of the year in Toronto with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 80°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 18° in January. The rainiest month is December while the driest month is July.
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The food files
A city powered by caffeine, coffee drinkers will enjoy a brew at Toronto's independently-owned cafes as well as themed ones (Red Rocket Coffee). For outdoor summer lunches, the Baldwin Village tempts, while Chinatown features a slew of Vietnamese and Thai restaurants. Indulge in Indian-style Chinese food, called Hakka Food, popularized by Chinese immigrants to Canada from Kolkata! Go celebrity-spotting at the upscale lounges of Yorkville, and finish the night at the swanky clubs on Queen Street West and Clubland.
Art and culture galore
Begin with the Art Gallery of Ontario, which houses the world's largest collection of Henry Moore sculptures. Napoleon Bonaparte's socks await at the Bata Shoe Museum. CN Tower (North America's tallest free standing structure ) is a must, while Casa Loma museum transports visitors back to 19th century Europe. For reenactments of 19th-century village life complete with actors and live farm animals, head to Black Creek Pioneer Village.
Then there's Toronto's legendary performing arts scene! Horseshoe Tavern is your best bet for local indie rock. Cinema enthusiasts should catch a film at the TIFF Bell Lightbox cinema and the Art Deco Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema. For an evening of culture, head to the Canadian Opera Company and Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Factory Theater's local productions are always lively and fun. Discover Toronto's myriad offerings with a cozy vacation rental!
Local attractions of Toronto
While Toronto is not the capital of Canada, it is nevertheless the country's largest metropolis in terms of population with almost 3 million inhabitants ahead of Montreal. Toronto is a multicultural and modern city, rocked by the sports life of its inhabitants and its international financial power. Toronto is indeed known for its huge financial, telecommunication but also medical research centers. Located in southern Canada on the shores of Lake Ontario, Toronto is crossed by the Don and Humber rivers. It is also one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world considering that almost half of its population was born outside of Canada. Over the past few decades, the city has gained an important cultural reputation due to its modern architecture, theaters but also its many prestigious museums.To visit the city, there is nothing like renting an apartment or a vacation home in one of the city's many neighborhoods. Take advantage of the major sporting events of field hockey, baseball or basketball for example to go there. You won't be able to miss a game or a concert in the famous Rogers Centre stadium, which can accommodate up to 55,000 people.
What to visit in Toronto
Any visit to the city must start with a walk to the foot of the CN Tower. It is the tallest tower in the country. Admire its architecture and its impressive height. This Canadian landmark is one of the seven wonders of the modern world. Climbing the tower will cost you 20 dollars but the experience is worth it. At 351 meters high, you will discover a superb 360 degree view of the city of Montreal. A restaurant and a bar are at your disposal in the tower if hunger or thirst takes you. Not far from there is the Osgoode Hall, an iconic building built in the 19th century. The Hall now houses the Ontario Court of Appeal. If you like to visit museums, the city is full of them... We recommend the Royal Ontario Museum, which contains over 6 million objects. It is also the largest natural history museum in the country. Young and old alike will be sublimated by the reconstructed dinosaurs. The Inuit Art Museum as well as the Science Center are two other exhibits not to be missed. If you prefer to spend time outdoors, the city of Toronto has a multitude of parks and green spaces for the enjoyment of strollers as well as sports enthusiasts. Two botanical gardens are located in the heart of the city. The "Centennial Park Conservatory" but also "Music Garden" are two other beautiful parks located on Queen's Quay. The city organizes many walking tours that will allow you to discover unusual places in Toronto. Toronto Bicycle Tours for example offers you the opportunity to discover the city on two wheels. You can choose the tour that suits you in terms of duration and difficulty.
Did you know?
- The people of Toronto are Torontonians.
- 47% of Toronto's population was born outside the country
- High at 553.33 meters, the CN Tower was the world's tallest freestanding structure until 2007
Going out in Toronto
If you love nightlife, Toronto will delight you. The city has a multitude of bars and nightclubs but also great gourmet restaurants. We recommend the Paradise Brasserie Bistro, which offers a wide menu of drinks and dishes for every taste and budget. The Cooper Irish Pub and Vespa bars are very popular with tourists for their festive atmosphere and moderate prices. On the cultural side, the city offers a wide range of shows, from musicals to ballets to operas. Visit the city's website to enjoy the full program. The international film festival is the most popular festival in the world after Cannes. If you are a movie buff, this festival is for you. It takes place every year in the month of April.
Getting around Toronto
The city has a major airport by the name of Pearson International Airport. This one is the country's leading airport in terms of travelers. There is a shuttle bus to the city center in just 30 minutes. You can also board a cab. The cab system is very popular in Toronto but also inexpensive. For domestic flights, go to Toronto Island Airport. This is only 10 minutes from downtown and is served by Air Canada. To get around the city itself, take advantage of the extremely well organized subway system. Four lines serve Toronto to the delight of locals and tourists alike. You can reach any tourist attraction from your vacation home or apartment. The city provides segways if you want to get around in an unusual contraption.
The sights and sounds
These pretty islands are home to Centreville Amusement Park and the clothing-optional Hanlan's Beach. Bicycles, kayaks and paddling boats can be rented on the islands. While here, don't miss the miniature railway and antique carousel at Centreville.
Ripley's Aquarium of Canada
Operated by Ripley Entertainment, this aquarium in downtown Toronto houses 13,500 freshwater and marine specimens from over 450 species. Friendly residents include the largemouth bass, American lobster, wolf eel, lump fish and giant Pacific octopus.
St. Lawrence Market
St. Lawrence Market in the Old Town district of Toronto hosts weekly antique and farmer's markets.Come for the fresh veggies, meats, cheeses and farm produce.
Royal Ontario Museum
Established in 1912, the museum is one of North America's largest, comprising more than six million exhibits throughout forty galleries. Rotating exhibits and installations span art, world culture and natural history. There are numerous cafes and boutiques in the vicinity.
Located west of downtown Toronto, High Park encompasses a zoo, the historic Hillside Gardens and a Trackless Train, among other attractions. A jewel in Toronto’s park system, visitors are assured a unique urban park experience.
Information about vacation rentals in Toronto
|🏡 Vacation rentals||5,908 properties|
|💳 Possible discounts||up to 78%|
|🌙 Nightly prices starting at||$29|
|⭐ Popular amenities||Internet, Air conditioning and TV|
|🐾 Pet friendly accommodations||757 properties|
|🏊 Vacation rentals with pools||1,958 properties|
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the typical nightly price for a vacation rental in Toronto?
The average accommodation in Toronto is priced at $29 per night. If you would like to stay in a apartment rental, the average price is $267 per night. A house rental Toronto will cost $404 per night on average.
How many vacation homes are available for booking in Toronto?
There are currently 5,908 rentals from 8 different providers in Toronto.
What amenities are most popular for vacation rentals in Toronto?
If you're looking to book a vacation rental in Toronto, the most popular amenities are: Internet, Air conditioning and TV.
How many vacation homes with pools are in Toronto?
There are 1,958 vacation rentals across 8 providers in Toronto.
Are dogs allowed in vacation rentals in Toronto?
If traveling with a pet in Toronto, 13% of vacation rentals allow pets.
What's the best time to travel to Toronto?
If booking a vacation rental in Toronto, consider that rainy season is usually in December or March, with July often being the driest.
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