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Toronto Airport

Toronto is served by two airports: The smaller Toronto City Centre Airport which is used by regional and charter airlines and Pearson International Airport. Pearson International airport is situated 16 miles from Toronto city centre and is by far the busiest airport in Canada, last year welcoming over 28.6 million passengers. The airport has three terminals which are currently undergoing a complete refurbishment.

If you require assistance then there are information centres, directory boards and information phones located at central points throughout the terminal. Multi-lingual Passenger Information Representatives (PIRs), identifiable in blue uniforms, can provide information on all airport services and facilities. Pearson International Airport offers over 11,000 public parking spaces and these can be found at the three terminals. There are good public transport links with Toronto city centre.

Toronto City

The economic and cultural focus of English-speaking Canada, Toronto is the country's largest city. Lying along the northern shore of Lake Ontario, Toronto has become one of North America's most likeable cities. Toronto caters to everything, and the city surges with Canada's most vibrant restaurant, performing-arts and nightlife scenes. Its summer festivals, the spicy corners of its markets, the beachfront boardwalks and the music pouring out of its neighbourhood eateries seduce you. This is also Canada's business capital, a clean, safe and vibrant metropolis.

Places to visit in Toronto

Despite its size, Toronto is easily negotiated by foot, with the majority of the city's sights around the city centre. The most celebrated of these is the CN Tower, which at 533m high is the world's tallest free-standing structure. On a clear day it is possible to see about 160km.

Other attractions include the Art Gallery of Ontario, which possesses a first-rate selection of Canadian painting and the Royal Ontario Museum, with a fantastic Chinese collection.

Little Italy, west of the University of Toronto, is full of see-and-be-seen outdoor cafes, bars, bakeries and good restaurants. Close by is a mainly Caribbean community and to the west there's Koreatown.

The Ukrainian Museum of Canada and a Tibetan Buddhist temple complete this multicultural mix. For a change of scene, then visit Yorkville, the city's glamorous shopping and gallery district. Toronto has a world famous Zoo which demands a day put aside to visit it. To get an idea of Toronto's history then a visit to Black Creek Pioneer Village is recommended. Further afield is Niagara Falls, approximately a 2 hour drive from Toronto but well worth a visit.

Dates for Your Diary

In mid-June there is Caravan, a nine-day cultural exchange between the city's ethnic groups.

June and early July The Du Maurier Downtown Jazz Festival attracts local and international players.

In August Caribana, the Caribbean festival, celebrates with a weekend of reggae, steel drum and calypso music and dance.

In September is the internationally renowned Toronto International Film Festival.