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Vacation Rental Price Information in Toronto
We analyzed price data and rendered them in this graph, which shows vacation rental prices for the next twelve months in Toronto. Prices reach a peak a week in November. The price per night in a vacation rental in Toronto this week (11/17 - 11/24) costs on average $154. The cheapest week to book a vacation rental is in October (10/19 - 10/26).
Rental Availability Information in Toronto
This graph shows the vacation rental availability rate for the next twelve months. It is in November that you will find the week with the least available rentals (11/17 - 11/24). Conversely, you will find the highest percentage of available offers in Toronto in January (1/26 - 2/2).
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 19° in February. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is January.
Discover the multicultural vibrancy of Toronto with a vacation home!
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.
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!
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.
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