Toronto Travel & Tourism Information



This section gives you all of the travel & tourist information for Toronto and the surrounding cottage and vacation country, including city and area attractions, hotels and accommodations, city maps, as well as get-away travel from Toronto.

THERE'S MORE TO "TORONTO" THAN TORONTO! For nearby areas of "the GTA", see our FoundLocally sites's Travel sections for Scarborough, North York, Etobicoke, Mississauga, Oakville, Oshawa, and the York Region.


Visit our sister site, TransCanadaHighway.com, for coast-to-coast travel info.

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Toronto Accommodation

Here are some featured hotels, motels, long-term rentals, lodges/cottages, and campgrounds in the Toronto area:

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view listing for Isabella Hotels And SuitesAccommodationIsabella Hotels And Suites

A designated historic landmark in Toronto, The 1891 stone mansion holds the regular and deluxe suites. The 1914 tower has all the standard rooms. With only 31 rooms and 8 suites, this boutique hotel offers personalized service to all of our guests.

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view listing for Rosemont ResidencesAccommodationRosemont Residences

For furnished suites Toronto, see apartments for rent at Rosemont Residences.

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view listing for Strathcona Hotel, TheAccommodationStrathcona Hotel, The

Recently upgraded, the 194 guest rooms have contemporary amenities & wiring. Kings, queens, quads, twins and single rooms. Free daily newspaper, Nintendo 64 games. Access to adjoining facilities of the Wellington Fitness Club ($)

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view listing for Radisson Admiral Hotel Toronto-HarbourfrontAccommodationRadisson Admiral Hotel Toronto-Harbourfront

AAA 3 diamonds, Mobil 4 stars. Smoke-free property has WiFi, seasonal outdoor roof-top pool with a view of the islands. 7 meeting rooms for up to 350

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view listing for Pantages Hotel, a Skyline HotelAccommodationPantages Hotel, a Skyline Hotel

Boutique-style hotel next to Canon/Pantages theatre, 60rooms and 97 suites on 45-storeys with spectacular views. Luxury bath amenities, wireless high speed Internet. Suites have ensuite washer / dryer, and full designer European kitchen.

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Toronto Attractions

Here are some featured local attractions, museums, historical sites, and festivals:

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view listing for Mascot BreweryAttractionMascot Brewery

Mascot Brewery is located in the heart of downtown Toronto at 31 Mercer St.

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view listing for Buddha Groove Social SalonAttractionBuddha Groove Social Salon

Unlike anything you've experienced before - a gathering of like minded, interesting and eco aware people, for social mingling and business networking, hosted by Helen Goldstein & co-sponsored by LavaLifePrime, LavaLife, and Green Enterprise Toronto!

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view listing for Toronto Climbing AcademyAttractionToronto Climbing Academy

Test your climbing skill on a variety of climbing walls and courses, to prepare yourself for great recreation in a scenic outdoor environment, or enjoy climbing indoors when the weather gets rough. Individuals and groups bookings are both welcome.

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view listing for The Canadian National Exhibition (CNE)AttractionThe Canadian National Exhibition (CNE)

he Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) is Canada's largest community event and one of the top 10 agricultural fairs in North America. Founded in 1879 as the Toronto Industrial Exhibition, the CNE has long been a “showcase of the nation”. I

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view listing for Blood Brothers BrewingAttractionBlood Brothers Brewing

Blood Brothers Brewing is a family-owned craft brewery opened in 2015 by Dustin and Brayden Jones in Toronto, Ontario. e strive to push back against consolidation and uniformity in todays beer market.

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Travel Services

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view listing for National Car and Truck RentalTravel ServiceNational Car and Truck Rental

National Car Rental operates in over 3,000 locations, and operates over 275,000 quality vehicles that serve over 15 million business & leisure travelers annually.

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view listing for Broadview Subway Station (TTC)Travel ServiceBroadview Subway Station (TTC)

This station of the TTC Bloor-Danforth Subway Line serves Withorw Park, residiential communities east of the Don River and The Danforth business district

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view listing for Thrifty Car RentalTravel ServiceThrifty Car Rental

Join our Blue Chip Rewards program & get a free rental after every 16 rental days. Plus, enjoy perks like express lines & expedited counter service.

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view listing for Enterprise Rent-a-CarTravel ServiceEnterprise Rent-a-Car

Unlike other rental car companies, Enterprise focuses on neighborhood markets. We specialize in renting to people who need a temporary replacement car or a vehicle for a special occasion.

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view listing for Queen Subway Station (TTC)Travel ServiceQueen Subway Station (TTC)

This station of the TTC Yonge-University Subway Line serves the south end of the Eatons Centre shopping complex and the Hudson Bay store, Old City Hall, St Michael's Hospital, Massey Hall, Moss Park and the Armoury

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Travel Information & Links

Toronto Intown Attractions

Casa Loma, uptown in Toronto

There is lots to see and do around Toronto. Toronto has lots of fascinating natural attractions, including its unique Toronto Islands. The city, which has been around for over 200 years, had become the centre of Canada's industry and culture.

Take a tour of the city's waterfront and islands, either from land or by boat. You can visit a museums, lots of parks and waterfront greenspace, and activities and sports to keep anybody busy (and happy). We even have a page that has tips on hundreds of things to do with kids.


Nearby Towns & Attractions

Lighhouse on Toronto Island

The Barrie region has lots of fascinating natural attractions. Camp at one of the national or provincial parks or check out the magnificent municipal green spaces.

There's lots to do, if you want to get out of town. There is lots to do nearby. You can explore the recreational trails in the region, some of which include the Bruce Trail, connecting Tobermory with Niagara Falls, and some are part of the Transportation-Canada Trail system. You can also check out the role of First Nations in the area, at with several historical attractions in Midland or by visiting Christian Island near Pentanguishene.


Toronto Accommodation

There are many accommodation options in the area, from first class hotels, to motels, beds & breakfast, long-term accommodation, wilderness lodges and camping.


Away: Travelling Out of Town

We even have lots of tips for getting away, including other countries' Online Travel Offices, links to travel guidebooks' web sites. We even have links to sites that can help you plan a honeymoon, eloped wedding, or romantic getaway. To round things out we have information about Canada & US Customs, a listing of Canadian embassies and consulates around the world, and an overview of our airport(s) and links to airports around the world (so you can check what to do during connections between flights)


Sustainable Travel & Eco-Tourism

Going Green: Eco-friendly content!

We recogize that travel inherently uses a lot of energy and a lot of resources, since it involves moving us (and our luggage) large distances around the world. Here are a number of suggestions for reducing our impact as well as our "carbon footprint".


Travel Feature

For those travelling between Canada & the US, those entering (or re-entering) the U.S.A. BY AIR are required to present a valid passport, Air NEXUS card, or U.S. Coast Guard Merchant Mariner Document. As of January 31, 2008, these rules include those entering the USA BY LAND OR SEA.

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