Toronto Vacation Rentals

Toronto, the capital of Ontario, Canada is a charming city, which is also the largest city in Canada. Toronto is home for over 100 museums and galleries.  With 5,000-plus restaurants that serve every cuisine imaginable, the gourmets are in for the feast of their life at Toronto. Outdoor lovers can fill their itinerary in Toronto vacation rentals with activities like hiking, sailing, cross-country skiing, or reworking that tan that gets you all those second looks.
If you want to see world culture and natural history in a vast setting, chart a trip to the Royal Ontario Museum. This multi-disciplined museum house exhibits covering the natural sciences, the animal kingdom, art and archeology, and the history of mankind. This is Canada's largest museum, housing a collection of over 6 million objects. 
Ontario Science Center is one place that is going to give your kids a feel of science from the ringside! The center is described in so many ways, right from the world's most technical fun fare to a hands-on museum for the 21st century. Those who wish to make vacations an active affair cannot afford to miss out Harbourfront center, Toronto. It is a great place to make your outdoor time great and exciting. In 1972, the Canadian government began renovating this 90-acre strip of land located along the harbor. Today the area boasts shops, restaurants, and greenways with endless exploration potential for guests at Ontario vacation rentals. Antique lovers will be in 'cloud number nine' at the Antiques Market, the area where more than 100 antique dealers, selling everything from jewelry and books to China and furniture are waiting for you. There are plenty of places for riding a bike, renting a sailboat, or picnicking.
Toronto Islands, located in Lake Ontario is a great escape from the troubling, tiring urban life. The three main islands, Hanlan's Point, Centre Island, and Ward Island, are connected by a series of interconnected roads that can be traversed by car or bicycle. There are plenty of places that would get your tan back to its heydays and all you have to do is to throw down a towel at a convenient spot. The beaches on Centre Island are popular with families. Boats can be rented, and there are a small animal farm and an amusement park for kids. Hanlan's Point has a long stretch of sand and is more secluded than Centre Island. Beware: Hanlan's Point has Toronto's only clothing optional beach! Sun and sand are all out for you, get the most of it, now!  The view atop the CN Tower, the world's tallest freestanding structure, should not be missed. The tower was declared as one of the modern 'seven wonders of the world' in 1995.