There is no need for a car in Toronto, as everyone gets around on foot, by bike or with the public transport. The attractions of the Distillery District – Victorian architecture, hip galleries and cafés, distillery visits and tastings – rival with those of the lake, in downtown Toronto. The wealth of high-end boutiques and the beautiful lakeside promenade draw tourists in large numbers, while the Harbourfront Centre, a cultural centre close to Queen Quay, features exhibitions throughout the year. If you’re travelling in September, don’t miss the world famous Fringe Festival.
A Business English course in Toronto is your chance to enjoy Canada’s most dynamic city while developing lifelong skills.