"The Rough Guide to Toronto" tells you all there is to know about one of Canada's most diverse and vibrant cities. From the heights of the CN Tower to catching a baseball game at the SkyDome, the 16-page full-colour introduction pinpoints all of the city's highlights. In addition there are two, new full-colour, 4-page inserts on Multicultural Toronto' and The Arts'. The guide includes a new author pick' section of the city's top hotels and restaurants, plus up-to-date listings of all the best bars, shops and clubs, to suit all budgets. From day-trips to Niagara Falls to walking the scenic landscapes of Algonquin Park, this guide has all the practical advice you will need. There is expanded coverage of Toronto's colonial history, as well as expert features on its literary heritage and vibrant theatre scene. The guide comes complete with maps and plans for the entire city.
Phil Lee first experienced Canada as a bartender in an Ontario water-ski resort. He is author of Rough Guides to Norway, Mallorca & Menorca, Bruges DIRECTIONS, Mallorca DIRECTIONS, and co-author of Rough Guides to Canada, The Pacific Northwest, The Netherlands, Brussels, Belgium & Luxembourg, Amsterdam and Amsterdam DIRECTIONS. Helen Lovekin is a Torontonian born and bred. She lives with the love of her life in a "wee hoose" in Cabbagetown.