Toronto is one of the must-see cities in North America, known for its festivals new and old, including the world-renowned Toronto International Film Festival, one of the most prestigious cinematic showcases in the world. With its museums, shopping, and historical attractions, Toronto is a city to know, and Frommer's Toronto is the guide to help you get the most out of your visit.
This new edition:
- Guides you through the city, from the Theatre District to the Art & Design District to Little Italy, Little India, Yorkville, The Village, and more
- Shows you all the city's best hotels, restaurants, and attractions, including "the best things to do for free," such as picnicking on Centre Island and catching a concert at the Toronto Music Garden
- Offers up-to-the-minute coverage of shopping and nightlife; in-depth coverage of the city's architecture and dining scene; detailed walking tours; accurate neighbourhood maps; advice on planning a successful family vacation; and side trips to Stratford, Niagara, The Muskoka Lakes, Algonquin Park, and Prince Edward County.
- Includes a foldout, tear-proof, water-resistant map
Written by a native Torontonian and award-winning editor and food writer, Frommer's Toronto will help you explore the city like a local, and save money and time, to boot!
Title: Frommer's Toronto
Author: Pamela Cuthbert
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