Guide to the greater Toronto metropolitan area. Bed and breakfast hotels, maps, links, resources and directories.

Best Toronto Web Sites and Resources

Toronto Ontario Tourism, Bed and Breakfast Hotels, Links and Resources. There are two million and three web sites for and about Toronto. Here are some of the best and most informative web sites around, including Toronto bed and breakfast hotel links, city guides and more.

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    Informative guide to entertainment, accommodation, restaurants and businesses in Toronto.
  • Official City of Toronto Web site
    Run by the city of Toronto, a resource for people living in, visiting or doing business in Toronto.
  • Green
    The Green Tourism Association is a unique non-profit organization that is committed to establishing an urban green tourism industry in Toronto.
  • Toronto City
    Toronto hotels or vacation rentals are among the first things travelers want to research when planning their itineraries and this site is specifically designed to help them.
  • - Toronto Information
    Great little Toronto city resource guide
  • The Directory.
    Toronto GTA sites, including town links, real estate, Toronto bed and breakfast hotels, accommodations, photos, genealogy, shopping, business, tourism, classifieds.
  • Toronto Weather
    Toronto's current weather conditions and five day report from CBC Toronto Weather , Canada
  •, Toronto Region
    Online Toronto direcory and city web resource.
    Good online Toronto web resource.
  • Lester B. Pearson International Airport
    Toronto's International airport. Arrivals, departures, terminal information, passenger pickups, travel tips. A very informative and functional web site.
  • Go Transit
    Excellent guide to Toronto's public transit system. Tips on how, when and where to catch a bus, train or streetcar to (pretty much) anywhere in Toronto.
    Listings for restaurants, hotels, bed and breakfast accomodation, points of interest.
  • CN Tower
    Take a trip to the top of the world. The CN Tower is Toronto and Canada's most recognizable and celebrated icon.
  • Toronto Bata Shoe Museum
    This one is a shoe-in. There are more shoes here then you can shake a stick at! You might be surprised how much fun 10,000 pairs of shoes can be.
  • Centreville Amusement Park
    Just a short ferry ride across the harbour from the city, Centreville Amusement Park has over 30 rides and attractions. It's a fun place to hang out for a day with the family.
  • Casa Loma
    Tucked away in the corner of a downtown Toronto neighborhood is the very unique Casa Loma, dripping with old world charm. Explore elegantly decorated suites, secret passageways, stately towers, an 800 foot underground tunnel linking to luxurious stables and beautiful 5 acre estate gardens.
  • Toronto Maple Leafs
    This is the official Maple Leaf web site. Lot sif info here including hockey game results and fan club information. You can also buy NHL merchandise, access player profiles, commentaries, history about the team.
  • Toronto Raptors
    Toronto's basketball team. Features profiles of the team, articles, stats, schedule, team history and basketball highlights.
  • Toronto Blue Jays
    Toronto's baseball team. The Blue Jays were the first Canadian baseball club to win the World Series. The Blue Jays web site includes baseball and team news, team profiles and history.
  • Toronto Auto Show
    Check out the annual Canadian International auto show in Toronto. Have a look at this year's schedule, see who the exhibitors are.
  • St. Lawrence Market
    Perfect place to spend an afternoon wandering through the shops and stalls. Sit down with a cafe latte and read a magazine, or simply soak in the atmosphere and people watch.
  • Lonely Planet Toronto City Map
    Find your way around the city with this exceptional map of Toronto with a write-on, rub-off surface. Also includes the Toronto Islands and Niagara. Good Toronto map by Lonely Planet.

  • Beaches International Jazz Festival
    Chill out by Lake Ontario and catch some of the finest jazz musicians in the world. A great mix of music can he heard including jazz, blues, world beat, Cuban, Latin music and dance. Should not be missed if you are in Toronto in July.
  • Canadian National Exhibition (CNE)
    Toronto's annual summer fair, held in late August. Ferris wheels, roller coasters and lots of toxic pink cotton candy. Lots of people combine the CNE with a visit to Ontario Place, located right next door.
  • Ontario Place
    Rides and attractions, IMAX theatre, music concerts and events. Nice water-oriented amusement park to spend the day with the kids.
  • Royal Ontario Museum
    Affectionately known as the "ROM" by Torontonians, The Royal Ontario Museum houses some five million objects, effectively making it Canada's largest museum.
  • Ontario Science Centre
    The official mission of the Ontario Science Centre is "To delight, inform and challenge visitors through engaging and thought-provoking experiences in science and technology." 'Nuff said. Just go - it's like smarties for the brain. Can you eat the red ones last?
  • Toronto Zoo
    The Toronto Zoo is a world class zoo sprawling over 710 acres, with over 5,000 animals and 450 species. Always a great family outing, the zoo is open all year but is best experienced in the warmer months with it's 10 kilometers of walking trails to explore.
  • Air Canada
    Canada's National airline, flies within Canada and worldwide.
  • Canada 3000
    Canadian discount airline, flies within Canada.
  • Exclaim!
    Exclaim! is Toronto's alternative newspaper, with arts and events listings, band reviews, alternative news coverage and more.
  • Eye
    The Eye is a weekly Toronto news and entertainment news magazine. Find out where bands are playing, festival and events listingss and more.
  • CBC Toronto
    CBC is Canada's official national news organization. This is a link to Toronto's regional news section.
  • Globe and Mail
    Canadian National newspaper, based in Toronto.
  • Toronto Star Newspaper
    The Toronto Star is one of Toronto's mainstream daily newspapers.
  • Toronto Sun Newspaper
    The Toronto Sun is a 'lighter' flavour of daily newspaper, complete with a new sunshine girl/guy usually dressed in a bikini. The web site offers a collection of news headlines, cover stories, photos, local links, and entertainment resources.
  • Pride Toronto
    Toronto's annual Gay and Lesbian Pride week. Every year Toronto hosts one of the biggest and most colorful Gay Pride Parades in the world. It's good fun for all, even if you usually prefer to walk the straight and narrow.
  • York University
    The home page of Toronto's York University.
  • Toronto University
    The home page of the University of Toronto, Canada's largest university.
  • Ryerson University
    The home page of Ryerson University in Toronto, Ontario.
  • Second City
    Toronto's original Second City comedy club is the place where lots of actors grew up, including John Candy, Dan Aykroyd, Mike Myers, Catherine O'Hara and many more.
  • Yuk Yuk's Comedy Club
    Always a fun night out, check out Toronto's Yuk Yuk's for an international roster of comediens.
  • Toronto Symphony Orchestra
    The Toronto Symphony Orchestra is Canada's foremost symphonic ensemble. The Orchestra also welcomes some of the greatest international artists.
  • Toronto Dance Theatre
    The Toronto Dance Theatre is internationally recognized for its passionate, intelligent contemporary dance and visually stunning, highly original collaborations.

Toronto Restaurant Guide & Directory Links

  • Toronto Brunch
    A directory of Toronto restaurant reviews searchable by dining category and neighbourhood.
  • Patron's Pick: Reviews of Toronto's Favourite Restaurants
    This is a good source of information about Toronto area restaurants, with reviews completed by regular restaurant diners.
  • Best Restaurant Guide
    Directory of Toronto's fifty top restaurants for dining.
  • Eatmytoronto
    Personal reviews of local bars and restaurants.
  • Yummy Baguette
    Mmm.. this is a yummy directory of Toronto bakeries with listings of pastry, chocolate and ice cream stores.
  • Dine.TO
    Handy search engine for Toronto restaurants, clubs and caf├ęs. Includes Toronto city event schedules and more.
  • Martiniboys
    Toronto restaurant and entertainment listings and reviews.
  • Greek Village Online
    Greek restaurants in Toronto.
  • Cheap Drinks Toronto
    Toronto guide to cheapest bars and clubs in the city.
  • Toronto Drinks
    A guide to bars in Toronto, based on reviews.
  • Restaurants
    Always a good resource web site, offers a searchable directory of local Toronto restaurants with reviews, ratings, special offers, and event schedules.
  • Toronto Take-Out Menus
    Have it delievered. THis site offers a directory of take-out restaurants in Toronto complete with online delivery menus, catering listings and more.
  • The Toronto Chef and Restaurant Database
    Historical listings of people, places, dates and facts documenting Toronto restaurants and their chefs.
  • Toronto Restaurants
    Toronto restaurant directorywith interesting links to food resources, foodie blogs and reviews.
  • Cheapeats Toronto
    This is a publisher of a Toronto guidebook to inexpensive area restaurants.
  • The Bar Towel
    This is a great Toronto restaurant guide and offers a unique inside view to Toronto's dining and beer culture, pubs and breweries.
    Toronto Restaurant guide with reviews, virtual tours and online dining reservations. Top Picks: Home
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Guide to the greater Toronto metropolitan area. Maps, links, resources and directories.

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