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Information about Toronto

About Toronto

Toronto is a modern, urban city located along the northern shore of Lake Ontario in the province of Ontario. It is Canada’s largest city with nearly 3 million residents, and home to the country’s large financial institutions. Toronto is also where a vast majority of Canada’s media, arts, tourism, and software industries are centered. It is home to a number of professional sports teams, including the NBA’s Raptors, the NHL’s Maple Leafs, and the MLB’s Blue Jays. The city boasts some of Canada’s greatest food, performing arts, nightlife, and much more. "The Queen City" is beloved by its residents and keeps tourists flocking back year after year.

Toronto Neighborhoods

Toronto can generally be separated into six areas: Old Toronto, East York, Etobicoke, Scarborough, North York, and York. Old Toronto is composed of the original parts of Toronto before any of its major expansions. Here you’ll find the city’s more historic buildings and old, charming neighborhoods. The other sections of Toronto operate fairly autonomously and have their own downtown areas. Before Toronto expanded to become the megacity it is today, all of these sections managed their political affairs separately.

Things to do in Toronto

From Toronto’s exciting sports scene to its gorgeous theaters to its excellent shopping, there really isn’t much you can’t do when you’re in this city. For the best sights in the city, take an elevator to the top of CN Tower to look down at Toronto from more than 500 meters above the ground. If you’re looking for shopping, make your way over to Toronto Eaton Centre, an enormous complex featuring high-end designers as well as smaller boutique stores. In terms of Toronto’s food offerings, Chinatown, Little Italy, Little India, and other subsections of the city will serve up whichever world cuisine you’re craving. During your stay, be sure to catch a Maple Leafs game, take a walk along beautiful Lake Ontario, and take part in Toronto’s vibrant night life! There’s enough in this city to keep any type of visitor entertained

Toronto Accommodations

In such a massive city, you’ll have a lot of options for where to stay. Want to stay in a charming townhouse in Old Toronto? Perhaps you’d like to stay in a larger house in a less condensed part of the city. Whatever your preferences, Tripping will make it easy to find your perfect Toronto accommodation.

Vacation Rentals in Toronto

Find the best Toronto vacation rentals with Tripping.com. Choose from 3213 rentals, from studio apartments to luxurious condos to entire cabin homes. Book in advance or book instantly with properties marked as “Instabook,” with prices ranging from $25 a night to $3679 a night.

Our Tripping.com vacation rentals will save you hundreds, offering more amenities than the average hotel room. Going on a business trip? 1597 of homes in Toronto offer high-speed wifi internet so you won’t miss a beat. Travelling with kids? Have them splash around in any of the 524 rentals with pool or jacuzzi, or relax with the family in one of the 1349 homes with cable TV.

For all those dog lovers and cat lovers, Toronto offers 216 pet-friendly vacation rentals at an affordable price. Book the perfect vacation home that best matches your budget and accommodation style. For the ultimate stay, check out our listings now to grab the latest deals.

Search properties from 13 rental sites in Toronto where the top providers in that area are Booking.com, HomeAway, and TripAdvisor. There are 1332 Booking.com rentals, 641 HomeAway short term rentals and 604 TripAdvisor vacation rentals.
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