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Flights to Toronto

Toronto is considered to be the world’s most ethnically diverse city, with a wide selection of shopping areas, hundreds of fantastic restaurants and an ample range of activities to suit every taste from museums and galleries galore, the harbour front and the CN Tower, the latter of which is considered one of Canada’s top five attractions.

If you consider yourself a keen foodie then look no further as Toronto is home to the St Lawrence Market, considered by food and wine magazine to be one of the world’s 25 best food markets. Located in the heart of Toronto’s historic Old Town, St Lawrence Market boasts over fifty excellent food establishments from gourmet dining to street vendors.

The St Lawrence Market is also home to a gallery of archival art and photographs of the city and the popular Sunday antiques market. Several celebratory events are also held at the market throughout the year and you can discover the history of the market and surrounding areas through walking tours filled with food and wine samplings and endless stories from local residents.

If it is shopping you’re after then Toronto has a bountiful array of department stores, exclusive boutiques and ethnic markets, in fact Toronto is home to over 20,000 stores catering to every style and taste. Toronto is famed for the Eaton Centre, a multi levelled, glass roofed galleria comprising more than 320 shops and restaurants. The Eaton Centre was built in 1979 and is the number one tourist attraction in Toronto bringing in over one million visitors each week.

Toronto’s ethnic diversity is clearly reflected in the retail districts and you can find a range of specialties such as fine crystal and china, art galleries and high-end fashion boutiques all over the city. Toronto is also home to five China towns, Little Portugal and the Gerrard India bazaar in addition to countless other specialist regions.

Toronto has tourist attractions to meet every taste and is home to one of North America’s largest recreational waterfronts providing not only breath taking scenery but various different activities and sights such as the Rogers Centre, Ontario Place and the CN Tower which was recently voted one of the seven wonders of the modern world, with glass floor observation decks, a revolving restaurant and a simulator theatre.

Downtown Toronto also offers dozens of museums and art galleries including the Art Gallery of Ontario, Canada’s oldest art gallery housing more than 15,000 paintings and the Royal Ontario museum, Canada’s largest museum and one of the top ten in the world.

For Canada flights visit where you can obtain fares for as low as £363 including all fees and taxes.

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