The BabyBird Guide to Toronto: Exploring the Hoods of Hogtown
Toronto, the City of Neighbourhoods, is ready for your arrival. Are you ready? Learn everything you need in 30 minutes with The BabyBird Guide to Toronto: Exploring the Hoods of Hogtown.
Questions you may have about Toronto: What time of year is the best to go? How do I get the best deals? Where should I stay? How will I get around? Who is Laura Secord? Do they speak French or English? BabyBird answers these questions and more in a concise and easy format with a fun style. Links to resources are included, all the research is done for you!
The travel guide to Toronto begins with your arrival, providing travelers the basics for how to get into the heart of the city. You will need to get around and suggestions include subway, streetcars, buses and bicycles. Find all the maps and pricing information inside.
With more than two dozen suggestions for things to do and see, BabyBird offers plenty of ideas for visitors to Toronto, whether it is their first time or their fifth. There are the “must sees,” including the CN Tower, Casa Loma, and the Toronto Islands. For those looking to try something different, BabyBird’s got it covered with tips such as where to find Canadiana antiques or catching a concert in the park. Or what about taking a paddle on the lake? There’s a little something for every type of traveler in Toronto, and this guide will help you plan the trip that fits.
The BabyBird Guide to Toronto can serve as a launch pad for further research, a handy e-reference while on the go, or a complete resource for a fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants adventure.