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An exciting city that’s ever-evolving, Toronto's multicultural roots are expressed through thriving local artists and innovators. Explore vibrant neighbourhoods, each one representing different facets of Indigenous, European, African, Caribbean and other cultural influences that add to the city’s eclectic identity. Follow your curiosity through towering skyscrapers, down artistic alleyways, and into one of the world’s biggest film festivals. Navigate sprawling seasonal markets, barhop live-music venues and land at a championship sporting event.Destination Toronto Homepage Hero from Destination Toronto on Vimeo.
Did you know that Toronto is the most-visited destination in Canada? For one, it’s the country’s multicultural epicentre – with a population of over 51% born outside of Canada – which naturally lends to a refreshing selection of museums, galleries and landmarks that honour our city’s rich heritage. Not to mention year-round festivals that celebrate diversity in food, music, art and film; some of the most well-known being the Toronto International Film Festival and Toronto Caribbean Carnival, to name a few.
Four seasons equal four times the variety of sports. Toronto is one of the only cities with teams in almost every North American major professional league. Luckily, our wide-ranging weather gifts sport fans with year-round entertainment. Whether it’s a summertime Blue Jays game or a snowy NHL season, you’ll feel at home within our massive arenas and lively sport bars, while surrounded by equally-passionate locals.
Just south of Toronto is Ontario’s Niagara Region, home to the famous Niagara Falls. Beyond the falls, this region encompasses Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario’s scenic vineyards of over 80 wineries.
About a 2-hour drive north of Toronto is Muskoka. Alive with lush forests, tranquil lakes, and diverse hiking trails, Muskoka is a popular getaway into untouched nature. Activities are plentiful and vary in style: boat cruises, canoeing, kayaking, paddle boarding, fishing, spas, hikes, ATV rentals, zip-lining and aerial parks.
If you’re an avid theatre or concert-goer, head to the Entertainment District for high-production and globally-acclaimed shows. Toronto’s theatre, improv and music scenes are the heart and soul of our city, blessing the public with musical classics, star-studded entertainment and inspiring local treasures like Come From Away and Second City, among others.
Toronto’s multicultural roots are deliciously reflected within 10,000 restaurants across 140 neighbourhoods. Whether it’s the authentic Asian dishes of Chinatown and Koreatown, or a family-owned Mexican eatery in Kensington Market, indulge in one of the best food scenes in North America. Then dance it off with an energetic nightlife that encompasses everything from artsy cocktail bars, to high-end rooftop patios to historical music venues.