Why visit Toronto?

It's a great city for a romantic short break. Don't forget to declare love to your sweetheart under the Distillery District Heart, make Date Night the best ever, thanks to the revolving restaurant at the top of Torontos CN Tower and take a walk in the city's largest public space, High Park.
                                                                                          The view from the revolving restaurant at the top of the CN Tower 
                                                                                          The view from the revolving restaurant at the top of the CN Tower 

When should I visit?

The early winter weather in Toronto can be similar to that of the UKs, but temperatures may not rise above freezing in January and February. Nevertheless, it is a windy city meaning there is always chill in the air. The summer months bring longer days meaning you can do more and it will remain warm. So it's a no brainer! Visiting in April or May or September through to October are nice months with fewer tourists.


A good photo moment is to take the ferry to The Toronto Islands where you can get a fantastic picture of Toronto's skyline. Travel out to Casa Loma and take in the fairtyale castle with its enchanting passageways, Edwardian decor and superb antique collection. Wander the cobbled streets of The Distillery Historic District, recognised for its mational importance, which will always be associated with Toronto's first distillery.  The Canadian side of the falls is only an hour away, where confusingly you will see a minature CN Tower called the Skylon Tower. You will get some fantastic views of the Canadian, American and Horseshoe falls.  In fact, some people believe the Canadian side is better!   Don't forget, itssimpleworld.com covers the American side too.  Go shopping and find some food treats at Toronto's leading mall, The Eaton Centre.

Local traditions?

Get confused where you are! Every July the Caribbean comes to Toronto with the Caribana Festival. With reggae music pumping down the promenades you will definately feel the soul of Toronto ...!

How do I get there?

British Airways flies daily to Tallinn from London Heathrow Terminal 3 via Helsinki with Finnair. Flight time is 4 hours 50 minutes. Ryanair flies direct to Tallinn from Edinburgh and London Stansted and EasyJet flies from London Gatwick.

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