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Family Friendly Toronto Hotels

As one of the largest cities in Canada, Toronto is home to some beautiful wide-open spaces. Thus, it is perfect for you and your pet. A multi-cultural city filled with activities, you can expect to enjoy many different sights in Toronto. These are all within easy walking distance from one another. Then, grab a bite to eat from one of the many world food eateries in the area. Toronto will satisfy both your senses and your tummy.

Parks and neighborhoods in Toronto (Canada)

Take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city, and head for the Toronto Islands, a short ferry ride away from the city. The ultimate city-detox, this car free idyll is perfect for a long hike before winding down at the beach. After your arrival, you should try to catch a sunset view of Toronto’s iconic skyline.

Also, walk around one of the many eclectic neighborhood in Toronto, from Little Italy to Chinatown. It is important to note that there are several of these around the city. However, do not forget to visit Canada’s ‘New York’ as well. All these neighborhoods wind around rivers and parks, so you are never far from somewhere green to take your pet to and relax.

If you want to take more of a structured walk, try one of the Tour Guys walking tours of the city, which cover things as diverse as food, graffiti, and history. Some of the tours are even free. Check with the guide before you book, as not all tours are pet friendly. Afterwards, head downtown to experience the historic Kensington Market, which is home to delicious artisan food, drinks, and spices. The neighborhood is diverse and filled with amazing graffiti, cozy cafes, and cute shops to grab some souvenirs before going back home.

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