Why Toronto is One of the Best . . .

Accept my warm invitation to visit Toronto - share our story with your friends and family so they learn more about the exciting reasons to visit us in the future.

The capital of Ontario, Toronto is on the north-western shore of Lake Ontario; 352 kilometres west of Ottawa and 504 kilometres west of Montreal. 

Toronto's weather average winter temperatures range between 0 and -10C, with snow between December and March. Summer, or 'patio season', as we Torontonians call it, usually around 20 to 30C.

Toronto's Old City Hall
Come visit us in Toronto, you can walk at downtown streets safely during the day and at night. Enjoy the sights and sounds and have a taste of our local coffee, Tim Hortons, restaurants, markets and festivals. 

Revel in the bold new looks of its famous attractions and facilities. Join us for fine theatre, international dining, shopping and a full programme of major league sports like Toronto Blue Jays baseball, Toronto Maple Leafs hockey and Toronto Raptors basketball games and special events.

It's all yours to discover!

Canadian National Exhibition - Toronto
Visiting our city is a choice you will be delighted you made. Once you experience our unparalleled hospitality and everything our city has to offer, you will leave with many pleasant memories that will inspire you to come back and visit us again. 

There are recent changes for visa-exempt visitors who are entering Canada that you should know about. An eTA (Electronic Travel Authorization) is now required for those who fly to or transit through Canada. 

Exceptions to the above are US citizens, travellers with a valid Canadian visa , Canadian including dual citizens and Canadian permanent residents.

Read the information on which countries and territories whose citizens need a visa to travel to Canada and the countries and territories whose citizens need an eTA to travel to Canada. 

Air Canada Centre - Toronto
No matter what time of the year you decide to visit Canada, you will be treated to a dramatic display of colour, changing landscapes and vibrant life. For the current year, 2017, expect the 4 seasons to be at its best.

Spring - From March 20 to June 20. Flowers and plants start to bloom. Tulips Festival in Ottawa is one of the colourful events in Canada. This year, the festival will be from May 12 to 22, 2017.

Summer - From June 21 to September 21Across Canada bring warm to hot weather. It's the best time to camp, fish and get lost in the wild.

Autumn - From September 22 to December 20Fall brings cool and pleasant temperatures in September and October. It is the best time to observe falling maple leaves and is quite lovely!

Winter - From December 21 to March 19The best time to ski is from December until late March. Experience the most awaited Winter Festivals from Winterlude in Ottawa from February 3 to 20 to Winter Carnival in Quebec from January 27 to February 12!

Winter in Toronto

There are plenty of good things to say about Toronto. I invite you to come and see it for yourself and experience the hospitality of a real Canadian.

From the desk of: 
Freddie Miranda
A blogger and a Canada-based freelance writer. He shares the value of his travel experiences and discoveries with his friends and fellow travellers. Share your passion, join and visit him. Send a message @ fromatravellersdesk(at)gmail(dot)com.


  1. Charming town. Oh I would love to visit Toronto. There are so many places of interest to visit here.

    1. There is so much to discover here in Canada and Toronto in particular. The neighbouring towns and cities add to its appeal that made it beautiful and most livable city. I cannot describe it enough. Come, see for yourself. Thank you Zara for your views.


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