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Popular holiday rental amenities in Toronto
Above, you can find the most popular filters in Toronto and the number of lettings that provide the corresponding amenity. Our data reveals that internet and TVs prove to be the most commonly offered features in Toronto. You can even find properties if you love to grill out (290 rentals include barbecues in Toronto) or you want a letting with a fireplace (159 rentals with fireplaces).
The Weather in Toronto
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Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. On average, the warmest month is July. However, temperatures can go lower than -7° in Toronto in February. The rainiest month is December, while the driest month is July.
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Users who are hoping to find hotel rooms in Toronto will have a lot of different options, as this is the most typical accommodation type there. The average nightly price of hotel rooms there is £218, and their size, on average, is 46 m². Furthermore, these properties are excellent if you're going in a group of 3, since that's the average number of holidaymakers that hotel rooms can welcome in Toronto. If you're interested in another accommodation type, you could have a look at apartment rentals, which are the second most typical property type in Toronto. The average size of apartment rentals in Toronto is 77 m² , and the average price is £161 a night.
Explore Canada with a Toronto holiday lodge
Located on Lake Ontario’s northwestern shore, Toronto's history reaches back to 1500 BC. Back then and for many centuries, these lands were inhabited by the Iroquois and Wyandot people. Today, visitors fall in love with this Canadian city's skyline, which is a beautiful mix of modern skyscrapers and 19th century buildings. There are many comfortable lodges and apartment hotels available for visitors in this city.
Where to find the best food in Toronto?
Where to Eat While Visiting Toronto
For a fine dining experience, spend an evening at George Restaurant. This restaurant creates classic dishes combining the tastes of Italian and Asian cuisine. From curried avocados with autumn vegetables to veal burgers, this excellent restaurant caters to vegan, vegetarian, and omnivorous guests.
Alternatively, pay a visit to Canis Restaurant. This popular Toronto Restaurant creates inspired dishes with the help of only a few ingredients. Typical combinations might be squid, green tomato, and peanuts; or duck, celeriac, and currants. With delicious desserts and a great selection of wines to boot, Canis offers a memorable culinary experience.
What are the top sights in Toronto?
What To See on Your Toronto Holiday
Start your Toronto visit by climbing the 533m high CN Tower to enjoy panoramic views over the city. Also known as Canada’s National Tower, the CN Tower allows you to see up to 160km in the distance. Nearby, the Royal Ontario Museum, housed in a magnificent 19th century Neo-Romanesque building, showcases historically significant works of art from all around the world.
Head to midtown Toronto to see Casa Loma, a gothic revival style mansion and garden in midtown Toronto. This 98-room castle is also a popular filming location. For a glimpse of Victorian industrial buildings, visit the Distillery District that is now home to many boutiques, bars, and restaurants. And if you want to get out into nature, Toronto Islands on Lake Ontario offer recreational opportunities such as paddle-boating, canoeing, and kayaking.
What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Toronto?
Art and culture in Toronto
The Art Gallery of Ontario is the largest in Canada and is home to many famous paintings by renowned artists the most famous of which is Ruben's The Massacre of the Innocents. The Science Museum has ample hands on exhibits and is a great place to visit especially if you are travelling with children. The CN Tower dominates the skyline and is a Toronto icon. The views from atop this 500m structure are not to be missed.
What are the best nightlife spots in Toronto?
Nightime in Toronto
The so-called Fashion District is the old textile industry quarter. Its streets are now home to institutions such as the Cameron House music venue which welcomes some of the world's biggest stars. Clubland's eponymous title leaves little to the imagination. It has the highest concentration of clubs in North America. The Theatre District, located downtown, has many landmark theatres which host a range of productions from large scale musicals to experimental pieces.
Where are the unique attractions in Toronto?
Exploring the wider area
Toronto is well regarded as a fantastic starting point from which to explore the rest of Southern Ontario. Just over an hour away is the border region of Niagara and its stunning waterfalls. Also located nearby is the town of Buffalo. Its 20th Century architecture and many museums are just a heartbeat from the city and you can pay a visit to the many shopping malls along the way.
How much does it cost to rent a holiday home in Toronto?
On average, a Hotel rooms or Apartment rentals in Toronto costs £20 per night.
How many holiday homes are available to book in Toronto?
There are currently 15 holiday homes from 23 different providers on offer in Toronto.
Am I allowed to bring my pet when staying in a Toronto holiday home?
Dogs are welcome in Toronto, which is home to 975 pet-friendly holiday homes.
What's the best time of year to travel to Toronto?
July and August are the warmest months in Toronto, July and January have the least rain.
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