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Flights from the UK to Toronto will disembark at Toronto Pearson International Airport. The airport is situated west of the city and is Canada's busiest, serving around 32 million passengers a year. The airport was renamed in 1984 after Lester Pearson, a former Canadian Prime Minister and Nobel Peace Prize recipient.
Still a young city by international standards, Toronto is already a highly appealing tourist destination. With jazz festivals in summer, hockey in winter and shopping all year round, it isn’t surprising that so many tourists flock to Toronto. While it's very much a modern city, what Toronto lacks in historic sites it more than makes up for in modern experiences. See the city from its prized vantage point at the CN Tower, climb the sculptural staircase at the Gallery of Ontario or wander the Gothic Revival style house of Casa Loma Castle.
In addition to the landmarks, Toronto is a city active with events. From sold-out hockey games to symphony concerts and a rotating calendar of festivals, the city rarely witnesses a dull moment. Of all of the events, the Toronto International Film Festival is the most famous. Taking place in September, the festival is usually attended by over 250,000 people and screens over 300 films from 59 countries.
Toronto is no stranger to multiculturalism either. Take a look at the cuisine on offer and you'll realise just how diverse this city is. From Chinatown to Little Italy, Greektown and burrows home to Portuguese and Jamaican communities, it's more than possible to eat your way around the world in Toronto, and the locals often do.
While the city is a hive for activity, there are other parts of Toronto that offer solace from the colourful streets. Take a leaf out of a local's book and take a break at the beach, wander the waterfront or browse the Ontario countryside which is littered with spas and sunny spots.
The average maximum temperature for Toronto ranges between -1 and 27 degrees. The hottest month is July with an average temperature of 22 degrees and the coldest month is January with an average temperature of -5 degrees.
The average annual rainfall for Toronto, Canada, is 785mm of precipitation.
The wettest month with the highest rainfall is August, with 81mm of precipitation. The driest month with the lowest rainfall is February, with 51mm of precipitation.
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