Toronto is Canada’s largest city, the most multi-cultural city in the world, a bustling urban hub, a global centre for business, finance, arts and culture and is consistently ranked one of the world's most livable cities, making it a fantastic place to work, explore and play. Brimming with attractions, sporting events, the world’s hottest concerts, finest shopping destinations and some of North America’s most esteemed restaurants…you just might find yourself extending your stay.
Whether you’re here for a short term rental or longer term relocation, you’ll appreciate the unique cultural experiences and diverse, lively neighbourhoods, that beckon visitors to explore. From the vibrant King and Queen West areas, to the sophisticated Harbourfront, the boardwalk of the Beaches District, the cobblestoned alleys of the Distillery District to the bohemian shops of the Kensington Market; not one, but two, China towns, a Little India, Little Portugal, Little Italy, Greek Town, Roncesvalles, Cabbage Town and so, so, much more, Toronto is destined to have a neighbourhood you'll fall in love with.
Several of Toronto's professional sports teams play within walking distance of one other, where you can catch Canada’s baseball team, the Toronto Blue Jays at the Rogers Centre. Walk down the street to the Air Canada Centre and you’ll find the NBA's Toronto Raptors, the NHL’s Toronto Maple Leafs and some of the world’s hottest concert tours.
Commonly referred to as Broadway North, downtown Toronto hosts numerous world-class touring musical productions alongside locally produced shows. Toronto is also home to the Royal Ontario Museum, Art Gallery of Ontario, the Toronto International Film Festival, the Toronto Indy, Caribana, Pride Parade, the list just goes on and on.
For world-class shopping, dining and entertainment, your choices truly are endless, choose from thousands of world-class restaurants, bars, clubs, lounges theatre, cabaret, concert venues, no matter what your taste, you’ll delight in options that will keep you entertained well into the night.
Travelling with kids? Popular destinations are the CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium, the Toronto Science Centre, Centreville, Riverdale Farm, the CNE and of course the famed Canadian theme park, Canada's Wonderland.
Bustling farmer’s markets like the St Lawrence Market and the easy access you’ll be granted to spectacular local delicacies and shops of all ethnicities, will make it a true delight to take advantage of your furnished apartment and fully equipped kitchen. Maintaining an active lifestyle? You’ll have no trouble finding bike paths, thousands of yoga and fitness studios, clubs and community meet-ups where you’ll discover that Toronto offers all you could possibly need and more.
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