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Printable maps of Toronto

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Interactive maps of hiking and biking routes around Toronto

1. You can zoom in/out using your mouse wheel, as well as move the map of Toronto with your mouse.
2. This interactive map presents two modes: 'Biking Routes' and 'Hiking Routes'. Use the '+' button on the map to switch between them.

Railway and landscape maps of Toronto area

This Toronto map has two modes: 'Railway Network' and 'Landscape & Rural Map'. Use the '+' button on the map to navigate.
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City tours, excursions and tickets in Toronto and surroundings

Canada - moving around the country

Canada is characterized by a fairly well-developed transport infrastructure, so tourists will be able to travel throughout the country using various modes of transportation. The most convenient way to make long distance trips within the country is by airplanes. Despite the fact that air tickets are expensive, tourists who want to travel quickly and with maximum comfort still prefer flying. Water transportation on the other hand is also very popular in the country. Tourists often choose ferries and cruise ships that ply along coastal waters, rivers and lakes. Depending on the vehicle class, degree of service and whether or not some additional services has been ordered, the cost of travel also varies. In major cities there are metros, as well as trolleybuses and trams. … Open

Overview of festivals and celebrations in Canada

Preparation for the celebration of Christmas begins on Christmas Eve. Children are put to bed earlier this night, so that Santa Claus can bring them gifts. At this time, the whole family, relatives and friends gather at the festive table. On December 25, festive services are held in churches. Canadians have fun all day, rejoice and congratulate each other, exchange gifts, including with strangers. On New Year's Eve in many cities usually, there are festive concerts. During mass festivities, it is forbidden to drink alcohol. Easter is another symbolic religious holiday. On this day Canadians give each other Easter baskets with painted eggs and sweets in the form of Easter hares. A lot of sweets go to children especially. … Open

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Our guide to Toronto

Travel guide to Toronto

The old City Hall remained in the city, as well. It was built at the end of the 19th century. Today, the city court is housed there. A high clock tower is considered the main architectural feature of the building. Its facade is also notable for spectacular design. It is decorated with ornamental borders and windows of circular form. A bright monument of Romanesque renascence style is the building of the Ontario … Open

Advices for travellers

6. Shoppers should be aware that they have to keep all receipts while shopping. Tourists have an opportunity to return the fee of 8%, which is levied on all types of goods, before departing to their native country. 7. In restaurants and cafes it is customary to leave a tip; in upscale places it may be included in the total amount of the bill. Typically, the tip is 10 - 15 % of the order and is largely dependent on … Open

Traditions and mentality of Toronto

The main celebrations take place on the Outdoor Art Exibition Toronto square; during the festival, lots of colorful tents are placed on it. Local craftsmen present their works of art at the each stall. The diversity of masterpieces isn’t just limited to paintings and traditional crafts. Anyone can take part in the festival, which is usually held in July. The large-scale street party usually lasts for three … Open

Cuisine and top restaurants

Among French restaurants Loire is especially popular. Despite its high prices, every day it serves hundreds of guests who wish to enjoy branded treats again and again. The Loire restaurant is perfect for organizing a grand banquet or a romantic dinner. One of the most visited and popular places of the city is Donair Kebab House. As the name implies, it specializes in Turkish cuisine. The main advantages of the … Open

Attractions and active leisure

Those having vacation with children may be interested in visiting the Canada's Wonderland amusement park. It strikes with its size; the total area of ​​the park is over 130 hectares and is divided into ten different thematic areas. Just inside the park there are more than two hundred of rides suitable for both youngest visitors and for the older children. If you won’t get enough of local rides, you may … Open

Cultural excursion through Toronto - things to see

Another interesting object is the Casa Loma castle built in 1914 by a successful financier Henry Pilatt. Casa Loma resembles a classic medieval castle with its appearance; it is the most ambitious object in the country, which was originally built as an apartment building. Nowadays the castle is often filmed in movies. One of its spacious rooms houses a luxury restaurant. The most important cultural center of the … Open - online travel reservation expert providing reliable car rental and hotel booking services. We feature more than 25.000 destinations with 12.000 rental offices and 200.000 hotels worldwide.
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