toronto skyline
Toronto

Toronto's name comes from the First Nations word Tkaronto, meaning "where there are trees standing in the water." Toronto is Canada's largest city, and is a melting pot of cultures and styles - kids can hear English, French, Cantonese, and Italian spoken most often in the streets. Winter or summer, Toronto has activities for the whole family.


City Center
Waterfront
Queen's Park
Chinatown - Kensington Market
More Parks
Winter activities
Greater Toronto

East
North
Ride the subway and streetcars - It's so easy to get around Toronto with the TTC network of subway, streetcars and buses. Buy a TTC Day Pass that allows for unlimited trips on the subway, streetcar or bus. On Saturdays and Sundays, a single TTC Day Pass is good for the whole family (2 adults and not more than 4 children).
Fun food
Stock up on snacks at the St. Lawrence Market, the city's largest, housed in a huge 19th century brick building. Open Tuesday-Friday, there are delis, produce shops, pastries and baked goods, cheeses, to-go. On Saturdays, there's a farmer's market, offering farm-fresh fruits and vegetables.
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