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When to go

This is a country with four seasons, so choose your favourite and you can be pretty sure its most stereotyped characteristics will apply: snow in winter, sun in summer and pretty autumn colours in October. Peak tourist season starts on Victoria Day (Monday before 25 May) and ends on Labour Day (first Monday in September).

Getting there

  • Planes

    Toronto Pearson International Airport is just west of the city. www.gtaa.com; towncar pick-ups can be arranged through the hotel | or else the bus and subway are possible. Toronto City Centre airport is central | as to be expected.
  • Boats

    Catch a ferry to the Toronto Isalnds at the bottom of Bay Street behind the Westin Harbour Castle Hotel. Catch a bus tour the harbour from Queen’s quay docks. Or drop your own anchor here; Toronto Port Authority 416-863-2000.
  • Trains

    Toronto is served by the VIA Rail System, with connections to the Amtrak system via Niagara Falls. Or jump on the subway or a streetcar. For more info go to Toronto Transit Commission website: www3.ttc.ca
  • Automobiles

    The city’s grid pattern is pretty easy to negotiate; most downtown streets have meters. If you don’t want to take charge of any wheels yourself | there are easy-to-access bus and streetcar routes.
  • Taxis

    Taxis are abundant and easy to flag down. You can pay by credit card.