Popular Lettings in Toronto
Highlights in Toronto
- Fantastic markets and food boroughs
- Excellent day outings
- Sweeping views of the city
- Incredible nature wonders
- Excellent venues for great entertainment
Most popular in Toronto
Prices and availability
Holiday rentals and lettings in Toronto
Although it may seem an expensive destination, the truth is that Toronto is suitable for all budgets. According to the opinions of travellers, the best sleeping area in Toronto is the Entertainment District, since it is where all the entertainment in the city is. Plenty of bars, theatres and stadiums of the best sports teams. Of course, the prices here are the highest in the city. If you travel on a tight budget, you will find very cheap lettings in Chinatown, one of the areas with the best value for money, and is very nice and safe. But if shopping is your thing, there is nothing better than booking a rental in downtown Toronto, the area with the most tourist attractions and where most of the shopping centres are located. For those looking for luxury and glamour, we recommend renting a property in Harbourfront, a modern residential area that has many green areas.Comfortable and cosy rentals in the city centre
How many times have you dreamed of travelling to Canada and visiting Toronto? From affordable to luxury rentals you will find them fully equipped to enjoy a very comfortable stay. If you come around summer time, you can choose those with a garden and pool, and if you come during the winter, you can see the snow falling while you enjoy the comfort of your lounge and the fireplace. The most common holiday rentals in Toronto are those with capacity for 2, 4 and 6 people, ideal for couples and families with children, but you will also find some with space for large groups of friends. And if you come with your dog, you won't have to worry, since many of the properties also allow pets.
Holidays in Toronto
The area and getting around
Located in southeastern Canada, Toronto is one of the most visited Canadian cities, receiving 4 million travellers every year. The biggest tourist attraction in the city is the CN Tower, the fourth tallest building in the world. But it also has a wide variety of multicultural areas such as Portugal Villa, Chinatown, Little Budapest, Little Italy, Little Poland, Greektown, Little India, Koreatown and the area surrounding Bathurst Street, where many national holidays are celebrated. During the day, you can enjoy several organised tours to Lake Ontario and its islands. And if you enjoy cultural events, you can attend shows in more than 44 venues. Not surprisingly, Toronto is the third largest English-speaking theatre centre in the world. Ready to visit Toronto?Toronto, a dynamic metropolis
Toronto is a great city where skyscrapers are dwarfed by the iconic CN Tower. You can enjoy nice walks or practice some of your favourite outdoor activities in its many green spaces. Go to Queen’s Park or the large High Park with many trails, paths and sports facilities. The little ones will also love visiting the zoo in it. Toronto also has many green spaces, from the orderly oval of Queen’s Park to 400-acre High Park and its trails, sports facilities and zoo. Just a short drive from Niagara Falls and a boat ride away from Toronto Islands. Where are you going to start your visit?
Travellers and activities
Toronto is a cosmopolitan and lively city where its citizens have roots across the globe. With a wide range of leisure and cultural activities to enjoy throughout the year. Always seductive regardless of the time in which we visit. Full of very intense and fun areas like Little Italy, Koreatown, Chinatown, Little Portugal, Little Budapest, Little Poland or Little India. With a very sophisticated atmosphere and where more than 100 different languages are spoken. Don't wait any longer to book your stay in Toronto!Toronto for nature lovers
Toronto is surrounded by amazing landscapes and uniques sites of stunning beauty that will impress the most experienced traveller. Visit the 15 small islands in front of the coast or spend a whole day in Niagara visiting the falls or getting on a fantastic boat tour with the “Maid of the Mist”. For hiking and walking and exploring the outdoors, you will find the better trails in and around the city including Scarborough Bluffs, High Park, East Don Parkland, Evergreen Brickworks or Humber Trail to name a few. Breathe in the fresh air and get amazing views. Take in the scenery and enjoy your day out.
There are 301 measurable days of sunshine in Toronto. It’s fascinating to enjoy so many sunny days during the year, right?
Top 5 travel tips in Toronto
Admire the city skyline from high above. Get to the top of the CN Tower and get sweeping views of the city! This communication and observation tower is in downtown Toronto and its original name comes from the railway company that built it, Canadian National (CN). Plan a visit to the tower, make a dinner reservation at the 360 Restaurant or get a thrilling experience on the EdgeWalk and walk hands-free on a wide ledge on top of the tower at 1168 feet (356m) above the ground! Ready for the experience?2. Go on an island hopping experience
Offshore from the city you will find 15 small islands and a park in Lake Ontario. Admire the beautiful views of Toronto and the possibility of enjoying a quiet day surrounded by nature. Go for a pleasant walk around the lake or get on the bike and enjoy the ride. There are spaces for having a nice BBQ and after that, you can enjoy some time and practice some kayaking, canoeing or SUP (standup paddleboarding). And that is not all! Want to feel like a kid again? Amuse yourself at Centreville Amusement Park! You will all have the time of your lives!3. Toronto at its vibrant and multicultural best
Do you consider a foodie or a bargain hunter? Kensington Market is a must for you then. Enjoy a bit of haggling with the vendors as their prices are not always fixed and get a good deal for your items. Besides the market, the borough is a distinct enclave packed with the best vintage shops, cafes and restaurants, food stalls and fresh produce. Find some bric-a-brac boutiques and browse to find an ideal gift to take back home. Explore the market independently or get a guided tour to cover also spots like Chinatown and Little Italy.4. Get your Toronto Maple Leafs tickets
Toronto is the Canadian capital for hockey, the national sport. Get some good tickets and enjoy the fantastic experience of attending a 60 minute NHL game, including a 17-minute intermission. Support the local team and enjoy a unique experience live! Go Maple Leafs!5. Amuse yourself at the Harbourfront Centre
If you are looking for the best place for entertainment, Harbourfront Centre is where the Toronto community gathers for events, exhibits and performances. A wide range of venues such as parks, theatres and galleries host the best shows. Try your skills on ice at the lakeside rink and watch the artists at work at Craft & Design Studios, inside the main building. There is always an activity for you. Just choose it and enjoy!
FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in Toronto
Toronto is one of the cheapest cities in Canada. An overnight stay here costs on average £285.71 per night.When are holiday rentals cheaper in Toronto?
If you would like to save the maximum amount during your visit to Toronto, you should travel in February (£224.06 per night on average), November (£239.37), or December (£248.69) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.In which months is it more expensive to rent a holiday letting in Toronto?
It can be concluded, analysing the data for the year 2019, that the costs per night for accommodation is usually higher, on average, during the months of August (£357.38), July (£335.88), and September (£328.23).Should I plan a trip to Toronto well in advance?
When visiting Toronto we recommend you to think ahead, as 66% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.What are the best months for a sponteneous getaway?
The months that offer the most accommodation options, on average, are June (with an availability of 51.6%) April (49.5%), and May (49%), according to the trends observed in 2019.When are fewer lettings available?
The month with the highest average booked rental figures is August (only 13% of properties were available on average in 2019). Followed by September (19%), and October (20.75%).How many holiday lettings does Holidu have in Toronto?
We have collected the offers from 10 different providers in Toronto, so we can provide you with around 3300 properties. You're going to have a hard time deciding which one to go with!