December 9th, 2013
“For every year the Christmas tree, brings to us all both joy and glee.” Christmas songs, boiled wine and snow all around. We visited the Christmas market at Toronto and fell in love with the beautiful christmas tree and this magical atmosphere full of love and joy.
(Photo of the Week – Toronto Christmas Market
December 5th, 2013
We are introducing a brand new series of Photo Essays! Have a look at amazing Photo Sets all shot by talented photographers. Explore the vibe of the city, its hidden treasures, meet the Torontonians! This time, let’s have a look at Toronto through the lens of John S. Fernandez!
(Old Bookstores in Toronto Retain Their Magical Charm
November 25th, 2013
The brand-new Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada finally opened to the public on October 16 and is home to over 16,000 animals. The exhibits are artful and the effect is beyond magical. Great shot, Carlos Bolivar!
(Photo of the Week – Ripley’s Aquarium
October 11th, 2013
CNE Shines In the Night
If you are in Toronto during the late summer, there is one special place not to be missed – the annual Canadian National Exhibition that takes over the Exhibition Place and opens its doors to thousands of visitors. It’s Canada’s largest annual community event that attracts more than 1.4 million visitors and pours over $45 million to the city budget.
(Canadian National Exhibition Celebrates Its 125th Anniversary!
September 17th, 2013
Toronto Botanical Garden
When you suddenly grow tired of the city and its concrete and you crave a little bit of nature, this is a place to visit. These beautiful gardens spreading across four acres of land at 777 Lawrence Avenue East opened their doors as the city’s botanical garden and gardening education and information centre in 2003.
(Toronto Botanical Garden Photo Essay
September 1st, 2013
Toronto Botanical Garden by Carlos Bolivar
While the weather is still nice, you should not miss an afternoon walk in the Toronto Botanical Garden this summer.
(Photo of The Week – Toronto Botanical Gardens
August 28th, 2013
Casa Loma Gardens
There are many private and public gardens around Canada that attract visitors with an array of blooming flowers, ice-cold streams, and ponds full of rare fish. But how many of them have a long history dating back to the nineteenth century — a time when gardening was extremely popular and many families built elaborate gardens with beautiful landscaping as a part of their estates?
(Toronto Interesting Spots: Historic Gardens
July 10th, 2013
The Elgin Theatre
These two theatres are quite special, they belong to the last surviving Edwardian “double-decker” complexes in the world.
(Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre Photo Essay
July 7th, 2013
Cricket Club Home by John Dorosiewicz
The Cricket Club neighbourhood is a family oriented community with pretty homes and perfectly manicured lawns and gardens.
(Photo of The Week – Cricket Club Home
June 26th, 2013
The King Edward Hotel Salon
Have a look inside Toronto’s most exclusive five star hotels that set a new standard in style, detail and service.
(Toronto’s Best Luxury Hotels Photo Essay
June 9th, 2013
Our next photo essay that takes you inside some of the fanciest hotels we have in Toronto, The King Edward and One King West Hotel.
(Photo of The Week – King Edward Hotel
June 6th, 2013
OCAD view of Downtown Toronto
We are introducing a brand new series of Photo Essays! Have a look at amazing Photo Sets all shot by talented photographers. Explore the vibe of the city, its hidden treasures, meet the Torontonians!
(Modern Architecture of Galleries and Museums Photo Essay
May 7th, 2013
Osgoode Hall Library
Toronto is full of extraordinary libraries that will impress you with shelves full of rare books and their stunning architecture.
(Toronto’s Best Libraries Photo Essay
April 18th, 2013
Nathan Philips Square
Toronto as we know it during the day transforms into a different world after sunset.
(Toronto at Night: A Beautiful City’s Lights Photo Essay
February 25th, 2013
Who would not want to have a reception at this beautiful ballroom in The Fairmount Royal York Hotel in Toronto?
(Photo of The Week – Royal York Hotel
February 23rd, 2013
Distillery District is full of art
The historic Distillery District is without a doubt one of the most popular neighborhoods in town amongst locals and tourists.With its great location just east of downtown Toronto, there are many reasons to visit this entertainment quarter boasting fine restaurants, cafés, shops, and artist studios.
(Interesting Toronto Spots: Distillery District Photo Essay
February 18th, 2013
This is a very resourceful way how to bring a little more color to the glass condominiums in Toronto!
(Photo of The Week – Balconies
February 7th, 2013
One of the recent trends is to create so called “vertical gardens” on the roofs in the middle of the big cities.
(Photo of the Week – Roof Garden
February 5th, 2013
Thompson Hotel Pool by ocad123
As the Thompson Hotel says, they offer a collection of luxury, boutique hotels for the sophisticated traveler.
(Photo of The Week – Thompson Hotel Pool
January 28th, 2013
Ferry to Toronto Islands by Carlos Bolivar
Have you ever been on the ferry to the islands? You will get one of the best views of Toronto skyline from there.
(Photo of the Week – Toronto Ferry