Toronto Travel Articles

 
Tourist Attractions in Toronto – Film and Stage
Toronto, Ontario – Film and Stage Film Toronto is not called “Hollywood North” for nothing. Many Hollywood flicks and made-for-TV movies are filmed here. Toronto is one of the top three North American film cities in terms of box-office sales. As well, it is a tryout city for Broadway plays, not to mention having many […]
Toronto Eats – An Adventure in Variety – Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Toronto Eats – An Adventure in Variety – Toronto, Ontario, Canada Toronto Eats – An Adventure in Variety Toronto has such a diverse ethnic population and this is reflected in its cuisine. Many people have brought their favourite recipes from home and decorated their establishments to reflect an ambience of their native lands. What a way to travel around the world without leaving the city! So, […]
Day Trips From Toronto – Toronto, Ontario
There are many possibilities for day trips from Toronto (within a 1-3 hour one-way drive). Some destinations are better from May to October, while others are great year-round.
Great walks – Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Great walks – Toronto, Ontario, Canada Toronto, Ontario – Great Walks Toronto is well known for its many green spaces, including parks, ravines with pathways that interconnect various greenbelts, islands facing downtown in Lake Ontario, and even a boardwalk. We’ll mention some of the most easily accessible by public transport and even some special interest organized walkabouts at little or minimal […]
Unique Bookshops and Cafes – Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Unique Bookshops and Cafes – Toronto, Ontario, Canada Toronto, Ontario – Unique Bookshops and Cafés Toronto has two all-Canadian chain bookstores complete with in-house cafes, in various central locations. They are Chapters and Indigo and are open 7 days a week. They all have their own music and gift departments as well as cafés for noshing and schmoozing. They even have evening live […]
Toronto Transport: In and Out of the City – Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Toronto Transport: In and Out of the City – Toronto, Ontario, Canada Toronto Transport: In and Out of the City You may arrive in Toronto by car from the USA: the closest border crossings are at the Peace Bridge (Buffalo, New York) and the Queenston-Lewiston Bridge (Lewiston, New York) about a 90-minute drive from downtown Toronto. You may also arrive directly by bus, railway, or air. The […]
Tourist Attractions in Toronto – Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Tourist Attractions in Toronto – Toronto, Ontario, Canada Since the GTA (Greater Toronto Area) is vast and sprawling, we’ll tackle the sites by direction from the downtown core and accessibility by subway/ bus/streetcar. All tourist sites anywhere are subject to personal likes and tastes, so we’ll include the ‘must-sees’ as well as special interests if extra time allows. Remember to ask for special […]
Toronto, Ontario – June 2001
Well, June is bustin’ out all over and so are the outdoor festivals in Toronto. June 7-9 North by Northeast Music Festival Dozens of artists perform at clubs across the city over a three-day period. For information, surf onto www.nxne.com. June 10 Festival on Bloor This is a lively stretch of Bloor Street – from […]
Toronto, Ontario Travel Guide – Unique Bookshops and Cafés
Toronto, Ontario Travel Guide – Unique Bookshops and Cafés Toronto has two all-Canadian chain bookstores complete with in-house cafes, in various central locations. They are Chapters and Indigo and are open 7 days a week. They all have their own music and gift departments as well as cafés for noshing and schmoozing. They even have evening live entertainment and learning sessions. However, for those […]
Toronto, Ontario – December 2000/January 2001
Well December is a hectic month for parties and shopping; and January in the post-holiday season is generally a slow-moving month. There are not a lot of big events in the Toronto area but the theatre season is in full swing with special holiday performances of The Nutcracker and The Hobbitt on stage. We have […]