Sparkling at the edge of Lake Ontario, Toronto feels like the model metropolis of the future. Here, in one of the world’s most multicultural cities, diversity reigns supreme—uniting people from 150 countries in neighbourhoods from Little India and Little Korea to Greektown and Chinatown. Dining gives a tour of authentic international flavours, spiced with modern creativity. September’s Toronto International Film Festival brings Hollywood glamour, but the arts are vibrant year round. The city’s cultural renaissance showcases adventurous new architecture, including Frank Gehry’s reconception of the Art Gallery of Ontario and Daniel Libeskind’s soaring crystal at the Royal Ontario Museum. Top-tier ballet and opera dazzle at the acoustically acclaimed Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts. Beyond all, getting to know Toronto is about discovering its neighbourhoods: designer shopping in Yorkville, artistic cool on Queen Street West, quirky Kensington Market and the chic reinvention of the historic Distillery District. Everywhere you go, you’ll experience an attitude that’s relaxed and cosmopolitan. You’ll quickly come to understand why Toronto ranks so prominently on lists of the world’s most liveable cities.
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