Here at More Radio, we’ve teamed up with British Airways to give away a fantastic transatlantic trip – and it could be you jetting off to the vibrant and exciting city of Toronto. From May 1st you can fly direct from Gatwick to Toronto with British Airways and to celebrate we want to send you to Canada. You could be just one text away from winning this stunning city break – make sure you’re listening from Monday, April 23rd to find out more!

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About Toronto

Toronto, the capital of Ontario, is a vibrant and exciting city with many attractions to explore. It’s most famous landmark is the 553 metre CN Tower – one of the tallest structures in the world. The Rogers Centre, the world’s first sporting arena to feature a fully retractable roof is home to the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team, whilst the Raptors basketball team and Maple Leafs ice hockey are based at the nearby Air Canada Centre.

City Hall is one of the most distinctive landmarks, and if it’s shopping you’re after ther’s the Eaton Centre and the Yorkdale Centre, but easily accessible using the City’s subway system. The Toronto Islands form part of the largest car-free urban community in North America. Accessible by ferry, ‘The Islands’ include a public park and a children’s amusement park, Centreville.

The Distillery District is a collection of old and restored industrial buildings from the 19th century which now feature artworks and historical artifacts from Toronto’s early industrial past, whilst Casa Loma is the only full sized castle in North America, one of Toronto’s major historic attractions. It has Edwardian decor, secret passageways, elaborately decorated rooms with authentic period furnishings, and a scenic view of Toronto. The five acre grounds contains ornate sculptures and fountains as well as perennial flowers, and a wooded hillside with wildflowers and grasses.