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Destination: Toronto

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Getting to know Toronto

Welcome to Toronto, North America’s fourth largest city and the most multicultural diverse city on the planet: over 140 languages are spoken. It’s estimated that over half of Toronto’s residents were born outside Canada, and despite its complex makeup, Torontonians generally get along. Toronto is a vibrant, big-time city abuzz with activity. Some of the world’s finest restaurants are found here, alongside happening bars and clubs and eclectic festivals.

What to See and Do in Toronto

  • Royal Ontario Museum
  • Casa Loma
  • Toronto Islands
  • Distillery District
  • Hockey Hall of Fame

Destination: Toronto

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Victory Sailing Dates Which Call Here:

Getting to know Toronto

Welcome to Toronto, North America’s fourth largest city and the most multicultural diverse city on the planet: over 140 languages are spoken. It’s estimated that over half of Toronto’s residents were born outside Canada, and despite its complex makeup, Torontonians generally get along. Toronto is a vibrant, big-time city abuzz with activity. Some of the world’s finest restaurants are found here, alongside happening bars and clubs and eclectic festivals.

What to See and Do in Toronto

  • Royal Ontario Museum
  • Casa Loma
  • Toronto Islands
  • Distillery District
  • Hockey Hall of Fame

More about Toronto…

“Toronto” is a derivation of a Mohawk word meaning “trees standing in the water.” The name appears on French maps as early as the 1680s. Iroquois, Wendat (Huron) and Algonkian speakers dominated the area through the end of the 1700s. These groups discovered the overland route between Lake Ontario and Georgian Bay (part of Lake Huron). This “Toronto Passage” became a major traffic route for both indigenous and later European settlers.