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Located in southern Ontario, Toronto boasts milder weather than most other regions of the province, with warm, humid summers and cool – yet comfortable – winters.

Summer temperatures are typically in the mid 20s Celsius, though it often feels warmer due to increased humidity.

Downtown, skyscrapers offer relief from the sun and cool breezes blowing off the lake often make an appearance in the afternoon. In the winter, Toronto does see some snowfall, but temperatures rarely drop below -10 C.

When travelling to Toronto, pack based on the season and be sure to check the forecast for approximate temperatures during your stay.

Average monthly temperature and average monthly rainfall diagrams for Toronto

In Toronto, there is so much to see and do that it would take an entire book (possibly multiple books) to describe each attraction and event in detail. The good news for people visiting the city is that you're never far away from places to explore, dine, shop and relax no matter where you are in Toronto.

Toronto's five pro sports teams supply year-round excitement for sports fans of all types. The Rogers Centre is home ice for the Toronto Maple Leafs (NHL) and home court for the Toronto Raptors (NBA) in the fall and winter. During the summer months, local Major League Baseball team, the Toronto Blue Jays play and Canadian Football League team, the Toronto Argonauts play. You can also check out BMO Field at Exhibition Place, home to Toronto FC, one of Canada's two Major League Soccer teams.

If you're looking for even more sports action, stop by the Hockey Hall of Fame in the heart of downtown, or watch racecar drivers do laps at the Honda Indy Toronto. In the summer, you can also check out live tennis action at the Rogers Cup.

Prefer to sightsee? Take a walk among the skyscrapers in Toronto's business district or stroll through one of the city's numerous public parks. Check out the wildlife in High Park and swing by the playground and on-site children's organic education garden. Garden and music lovers will also love Toronto's Music Garden. The garden's design is based on the First Suite for the Unaccompanied Cello by J.S. Bach and features six distinct areas – each an interpretation of one of the suite's six movements.

From cosmopolitan chic to country charm, Toronto's diverse communities offer an extraordinary city experience, complete with delicious foods, attractions, eclectic shops, distinct architecture and endless possibilities for your vacation.

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