Why You Should Visit Toronto
Toronto is Canada’s largest city offering a diverse range of attractions to appeal to people of all tastes. As one of the most thriving cultural centers in Canada, in Toronto you can look forward to everything from world-class theaters and museums to family-friendly attractions like Toronto Zoo so all the family can have fun. Make sure to set aside a day to explore Toronto’s many excellent museums and art galleries such as the Royal Ontario Museum, one of the finest in North America. The city also offers many buzzing nightlife spots where you can party the night away at a bar or enjoy some high-end cuisine at a restaurant. Canada is a huge country with plenty to offer - why not travel around the country while you're there? Check out our list of the best places to visit in Canada to make the most out of your trip.
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Arriving In Toronto
Toronto Pearson International Airport is the primary airport serving Toronto comprised of two passenger terminals. There are a number of ways to get into central Toronto once you have landed, with the quickest way on the UP Express train which takes just 25 minutes. At the airport there are a wide range of amenities including duty-free shopping and plenty of restaurants and cafés in addition to luxuries such as on-site art galleries and spas. In addition to this, you can also connect to free Wi-Fi during your stay.
If you are looking to fly from the UAE to Toronto you can catch flights out of Dubai or Abu Dhabi. If you are based in Dubai you can make the journey with Emirates and Air Canada, while those in Abu Dhabi can travel with Etihad Airways.
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Toronto Travel Information
Although some nationals including EU citizens can travel to Canada on a visa free basis, UAE nationals will need to apply for a visa first. Be sure to pack appropriately depending on the time of year of your visit as summer temperatures in Toronto are warm with highs of around 26 degrees, although temperatures drop below freezing over the winter and snowfall is frequent. The city itself is served by an extensive public transport network consisting of a subway network, buses and streetcars, but if you did want your own vehicle during your visit you can find plenty of car rental companies at Toronto airport.
* This information is correct as of September 2017
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