Making Toronto Travel Easy

At Toronto Journey we have developed an informative, up-to-date hotel directory. The site equips you with all of the information you need to know before you travel to Toronto. Examples of hotels featured in this directory include the Four Seasons Hotel, Park Hyatt and Fairmont Royal York and the fashionable Hazelton Hotel Toronto.

The cultural mosaic that is the city of Toronto offers travellers and natives alike a rich and colourful experience. Dining options abound, with thousands of restaurants in dozens of neighbourhoods offering everything from Greek to Asian to African cuisine. Renowned museums and galleries and star-studded film festivals have made Toronto a premiere destination for arts and culture. Visitors have no shortage of world class attractions to explore.

Popular Attractions

There is no more iconic image of Toronto than that of the CN Tower rising majestically from the city’s skyline. With a glass-floor observation deck and a revolving restaurant offering spectacular city views, this free-standing structure which has towered over the city since the mid-seventies is a must-see. Another popular attraction is the Hockey Hall of Fame, home of the much coveted Stanley Cup. This hockey museum boasts an impressive collection of hockey memorabilia and showcases the history of some of the greatest stars in Canada’s beloved national sport.

Museums and Galleries
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Hazelton Hotel
Midtown West
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Park Hyatt Hotel
Midtown West
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Cosmopolitan Hotel
Downtown West
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Fairmont Royal York
Downtown West
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With an astounding six million objects in its permanent and temporary galleries, the Royal Ontario Museum is one of the largest natural history museums in North America. Located right in the heart of downtown Toronto, this massive museum features hugely popular dinosaur exhibits with full-size reproductions of the awe-inspiring creatures. For those eager to be inspired by art and architecture, the Art Gallery of Ontario features thousands of works from all over the world. The gallery itself is a piece of art to behold, showcasing spectacular architecture such as the glass and wood façade of the Galleria Italia. Toronto is also home to the Gardiner Museum, Canada’s only museum devoted to ceramics.
Roast quail on the Danforth, pizza on Ossington, organic lager in the Distillery District, peameal bacon on a bun in the St. Lawrence Market... there is lots of delicious food in Toronto whether you seek simple fare or gourmet cuisine. The wildly popular Summerlicious and Winterlicious events offer diners a chance to check out some of the best eateries in the city, with prix fixe lunch and dinner menus discounted from the regular price.

Toronto offers something to suit every shopper, from the bustling downtown Eaton Centre where millions flock to each year to the Shops at Don Mills which boasts celebrity chef Mark McEwan’s 22,000 square-foot gourmet grocery store. Fashionistas and hipsters will enjoy the Queen Street West shopping area where mall favourites like H&M and Zara are mixed in with edgy boutiques. Bargain hunters will love the eclectic collection of vintage shops in Kensington Market, while those looking for an upscale shopping experience can head to Bloor-Yorkville where the streets are lined with designer boutiques such as Prada and Chanel. Toronto even has 27 kilometres of underground retail, perfect for shopping in inclement weather.

Toronto Has It All

Other popular events in Toronto include the annual Toronto International Film Festival in September where celebrities flood the city and the International Festival of Authors in October. Incredible hotels, shopping, eating, culture... Toronto definitely has it all.

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