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Toronto Christmas Festival
First Class Holidays

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From GBP 929 per person

5 days / 3 nights

Toronto has it all; from a lively cultural scene and animated districts to some of the world’s greatest attractions. From the moment you arrive, you’ll discover that Toronto is one of the most dynamic, energetic and creative places on earth, one of the world’s most vibrant and welcoming cities. But in the weeks before Christmas it takes on a whole new persona with activities and celebrations across the city.  The event at the historic Distillery District is the largest and most popular in Toronto and Fodor's once named it one of the best Christmas of its kind in the world. The market looks very cosy and amazes with hand-crafted ornaments, carollers and a nostalgic carousel. While kids rush to meet Santa, adults can snack on schnitzels and other delicious food. The Christmas market features one of the largest Christmas trees in Toronto as well as stunning illumination, seasonal decor and lots of entertainment. There are more than 350 stage performances through-out the season, vendors selling locally handcrafted goods and a beer garden.