Welcome to Toronto
Eat Here Now!
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Great nights out, neighbourhood adventures and grown-up games. Ideas for couples & adults.
Hot Docs Festival
More than 200 cutting-edge documentaries from around the world are on offer at Hot Docs 2016.
Book Hotels & Attractions
What’s Coming to Toronto in 2016
Global sports events, grand art installations and major milestones are in store this year.
The Idea of North: The Paintings of Lawren Harris
Curated by Steve Martin, The Idea of North is being mounted in Los Angeles and Boston before coming to Toronto. At the core of this show are more than 30 of Harris’s most significant and stunning northern landscapes drawn from major public and private collections across Canada.
Blue Jays Baseball Is Back
Could another championship be in store for Toronto’s boys of summer?
NXNE: North by Northeast Festival
This summer, experience THE Canadian festival destination for emerging artists and major-label headliners.
It’s all happening in Toronto in 2016.
Toronto Magazine 2016
Read all about Toronto’s spectacular festivals, progressive architecture, renowned chefs and fabulous fashion in this new issue of Toronto Magazine.
We The North – A Raptor’s Game-Day Guide
The Toronto Raptors have become one of the hottest tickets in town. If you’re coming to Toronto for a game, here’s how to do it right.
A Toast to Toronto’s Spring Cocktails
Here’s what some of our favorite cocktail connoisseurs are pouring right now. Find your fave spring cocktail.
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Toronto in the News
New York Times’ Places to Go in 2016
The New York Times tells you why you need to get to Toronto in 2016.
Vogue’s 11 Reasons Foodies Should Be Flocking to Toronto
“There is huge culinary opportunity in Toronto, and many of the world’s biggest chefs have noticed, hauling their Michelin stars north and setting up shop.” Don’t miss Vogue’s Toronto Dining Guide.
Billboard Shows You Toronto Artists’ Favourite Spots
Billboard wants you to Check Out the Favorite Haunts of Natives The Weeknd, Drake and More.
Travel + Leisure’s Trip Ideas
Travel + Leisure calls Toronto The Modest Metropolis. “Even as a development boom dramatically reshapes its skyline and an ambitious creative community positions it on the global stage, the city of Toronto still can’t quite get used to the idea that it’s kind of a big deal.”