The Rough Guide to Toronto 4 (Rough Guide Travel Guides) by Phil Lee, Helen Lovekin

By Phil Lee, Helen Lovekin

The tough advisor to Toronto tells you all there's to grasp approximately one in all Canada?’s so much various and colourful towns. From the heights of the CN Tower to catching a baseball (generic term) on the SkyDome, the 16-page full-colour advent pinpoints all the city?’s highlights. additionally there are , new full-colour, 4-page inserts on ?‘Multicultural Toronto?’ and ?‘The Arts?’. The consultant contains a new ?‘author pick?’ part of the city?’s most sensible lodges and eating places, plus up to date listings of all of the top bars, retailers and golf equipment, to fit all budgets. From day-trips to Niagara Falls to strolling the scenic landscapes of Algonquin Park, this advisor has the entire sensible recommendation you will want. there's extended insurance of Toronto?’s colonial historical past, in addition to specialist positive factors on its literary history and colourful theatre scene. The advisor comes entire with maps and plans for the full urban.

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The subway Toronto’s subway, the core of the city’s public transportation network, is a simple, two-line system (see our map at the back of the book). One line cuts east to west along Bloor Street and Danforth Avenue, while the other forms a loop with Union Station at its head: north of Union, one part of this subway line runs along University Avenue, the other along Yonge Street. Transferring between the two subway lines is possible at three stations only: Spadina, St George and Bloor-Yonge. 30am.

Emergencies (police, fire and ambulance) T911. Operator (domestic and international) T0. Phoning abroad from Toronto To Australia: T011 + 61 + area code minus zero + number; to the Republic of Ireland: T011 + 353 + area code minus zero + number; to New Zealand: T011 + 64 + area code minus zero + number; to the UK: T011 + 44 + area code minus zero + number; to the US: T1 + area code + number. Phoning Toronto from abroad Dial your country’s international access code for Canada, then the area code, followed by the number.

V ICT ORI A ST. Y ON GE S T. 11 St Michael’s Mackenzie House DUNDAS ST. E. | The CN Tower S T. W. Eaton Centre ST. ST W. D U ND A S ST. E. DUNDAS SQ The Beaches BAY ST. Toronto City Hall Nathan Phillips Square Olympic Spirit Holy Trinity JA RV I S ST. DUNDAS ST. W. S T. CHU RC H STREET Atrium G OU L D on Bay i Dundas CHURCH ST RE E T Bus N DOWNTOWN TORON TO ELIZABETH ST. GERRARD STREET EAST STREET ST. Station Allan Gardens MCGILL ST. ” Unlikely as it may seem, the celebrity status of the CN Tower was entirely unforeseen, its origins plain and utilitarian.

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