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Frommer's Toronto 2012,9781118115954

Frommer's Toronto 2012

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18 FOL PAP
ISBN13:

9781118115954

ISBN10:
1118115953
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
12/19/2011
Publisher(s):
Frommers
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Summary

The must-have guide for visitors to Toronto, updated for 2012 Toronto is one of the must-see cities in North America, known for its festivals new and old, including the internationally-renowned Toronto Film Festival, one of the most prestigious cinematic showcases in the world, as well as its museums, shopping, and historical attractions, Toronto is a city to know, and Frommer's Toronto 2012 is the guide to help you get the most out of your visit. Newly revised and updated each year, this new edition: Guides you through the city, from the Theatre District to the Art & Design District to Little Italy, Little India, Yorkville, The Village, and more Shows you all the city's best hotels, restaurants, and attractions, including "the best things to do for free," such as picnicking on Centre Island and catching a concert at the Toronto Music Garden Offers up-to-the-minute coverage of shopping and nightlife; in-depth coverage of the city's architecture and dining scene; detailed walking tours; accurate neighbourhood maps; advice on planning a successful family vacation; and side trips to Stratford, Niagara, The Muskoka Lakes, and Hamilton Includes a 16-page color section and a foldout, tear-proof, water-resistant map Written by a native Torontonian and award-winning editor and food writer, Frommer's Toronto 2012 will help you explore the city like a local, and save money and time, to boot!

Author Biography

Pamela Cuthbert is an award-winning food writer and editor published in Macleans, Saveur, The Economist, Common Dreams, and elsewhere. A past editor with Time Out Toronto, she has also contributed to other books, including The Edible City and the Slow Food Almanac. She lives in her hometown, Toronto, with her husband and young son.

Table of Contents

List of Maps vi

1 THE BEST OF TORONTO 1

2 TORONTO IN DEPTH 9

3 SUGGESTED TORONTO ITINERARIES 35

4 WHERE TO STAY 51

5 WHERE TO EAT 68

6 WHAT TO SEE & DO 99

7 CITY STROLLS 134

8 SHOPPING 159

9 TORONTO AFTER DARK 183

10 SIDE TRIPS FROM TORONTO 204

11 PLANNING YOUR TRIP TO TORONTO 248

Index 264



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