One of the world's most multiculturally diverse cities, Toronto is a hive of alluring activity at any time of day. From high-end museums and galleries to world-renowned restaurants and sports teams, luxury Toronto holidays will satisfy your appetite for art and entertainment.
Contemporary, cosmopolitan and cultured, Toronto is a shining example of modern city living. In addition to the vibrant big city buzz, where an influx of new residents speaking over 140 languages, Toronto also boasts an assortment of quirky yet quaint neighbours ripe for exploration.
Aside from the famous city highlights like the imposing CN Tower and action-packed Entertainment District, downtown Toronto features some of the world's best restaurants. Whether its upscale sophistication with a skyline view or authentic ethnic cuisine at a local eatery, this adventurous gastronomic scene has something to suit everyone. Post-dinner drinks at one of Toronto's many happening bars and clubs is somewhat essential too.
There is a similar variety when it comes to attractions and activities. Both culture and sport are given top billing in Toronto, with touring shows and award-winning plays selling out as quickly as hockey games. Make your way out to the suburbs, and you'll find markets, coffee shops, galleries and vintage stores. Toronto is loveable and liveable in equal measure.
Toronto’s has pleasant weather from late spring or early autumn with temperatures of 17 degrees Celsius in May, September, and October. During spring and autumn, you can enjoy warm days, cool evenings and plenty of colourful flora.
The summer months of July and August regularly see sunny days and temperatures of 25 degrees Celsius. While winter brings colder temperatures and snow, it’s also a magical time of year with Christmas markets and ice-skating in the city. Whenever you choose to visit Toronto, there’s often a festival or event taking place.
Toronto's multiculturalism is evident in its cuisine, especially the dishes served at your luxury hotel. Regardless of whether you want delicate French pastries, spicy Thai curries, classy Korean barbecue or perfectly cooked New York steaks, you’ll find it in Toronto.
The most dedicated of foodies may want to visit during the Summerlicious or Winterlicious food festivals. If you're keen on experiencing one of Toronto's many restaurants with celebrity chef connections, make sure to book in advance.
Although British citizens don't need a visa to visit Canada for short periods, visitors travelling by air are now expected to get an electronic travel authorisation (eTA). You can apply online. Visit GOV.UK for more information.