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Canada’s largest city (it’s also one of the biggest in North America), Toronto just so happens to be one of the world’s most culturally diverse metropolitan areas.
Stretching from the shore of Lake Ontario north to Vaughn, east to Oshawa and west to Oakville, the sprawling Greater Toronto Area (GTA) is home to some 6.5 million people from around the globe. Its popularity as a place to live has resulted in its having become one of the planet’s hottest luxury real estate markets, with luxury homes often fetching much more than their asking price.
The big draw for residents and tourists alike is the easy-going, laidback pace of the city. This is even noticeable in its downtown core where luxury condos stand side-by-side with the tall skyscrapers of its financial district.
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Downtown Toronto is also where you’ll find points of interest like the CN Tower, once the tallest free-standing structure in the world, along with the stadiums housing the Blue Jays (baseball) and Maple Leafs (hockey) sports teams, each doubling as concert and event venues.
Other fun things to do in Toronto include visiting attractions like the Royal Ontario Museum or the Art Gallery of Ontario, sampling the delights of its world-class restaurants and bars, visiting the country’s top luxury hotels and spas, as well as biking, yachting… and people watching.
Whatever your idea of luxury, let LuxuryToronto be your guide to the very best that this exciting world-class city has to offer.
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