Romantic Toronto Getaway
Discover unique hideaways and explore a spectrum of secrets in Toronto's delightful rendezvous destinations.
Toronto takes you on a whirlwind of romance, sweeps you off your feet, and ushers you into the arbors of love. Take up Toronto's invitation and go on a passion-filled trip with the one you love to discover a magical multi-culture, an artistic haven, and a city that never sleeps.
As a provincial capital of Ontario, Toronto is a Canadian city with a population of over five million inhabitants. With about 42% of the population born outside Toronto, you will find that this is a global city with a multicultural influence. Come and mingle with people from diverse backgrounds and you will find that Toronto was the meeting place and home to many of the First Nations groups on the shores of Lake Ontario. The French started trading at Fort Rouille in 1750. Then, the European loyalists came in droves as they tried to escape the American Revolution. Toronto was at first known as York and was the capital of the new colony of Upper Canada. During the 19th century, Toronto was home to many immigrants. The Township of York became the City of Toronto on March 6, 1834. By the second half of the 20th century, Toronto overrode Montreal as the most populated city.
Follow the pilgrims' progress and find that the Torontonians populated an area called the Golden Horseshoe in Ontario, which is now home to over eight million people. Toronto is bordered by Lake Ontario on the South, Etobicoke Creek and Highway 427 to the west, Steeles Avenue to the north, and the Rouge River to the east. The Humber River in the west end and the Don River in the east intersect the city. With your love by your side, hike on of the many trails that wind through the thick green forests, ravines, and the green belt region from the Greater Toronto Area, a 7,200 square kilometre area from Niagara Falls to Peterborough.
Discover love at Toronto's outstanding landmarks, concerts, art displays, weekly farmers' market, museums, theatres, events, and sports. Take your love through the tradition of Toronto to experience the Canadian National Exhibition, one of Canada's largest outdoor fairs. Find romance at Toronto's busy waterfront and go on a ferry ride to the Toronto Islands. Have fun at the island public park and be a child again at the amusement park.
Take a journey for two souls in love through the fascinating culture, cuisine, and charm of the city of Toronto as you enjoy its diverse scenery, shops, and restaurants that inspire you to celebrate the spirit of freedom.