Toronto is a melting pot of culture, and is one of the most culturally and ethnically diverse cities in the world.
As a result of this cultural mosaic, Toronto is home to many ethnic festivals throughout the year, and you will find cuisines of almost every nation in Toronto's many neighborhoods.
Women digital nomads should feel that Toronto is a safe city to live and visit, especially by North American standards. Avoid the areas around Parliament and Jarvis Street.
There isn't a digital nomads community in Toronto due to the high living cost and cold weather.
The best times to visit Toronto are late April through May (Spring) and September through November (Fall).
June to August offers a brief summer, which also marks Toronto's festival season, with Pride Week and Caribana drawing thousands of participants. However, this is also the peak season, so be prepared for heavy crowds and fewer deals.
December to March are the winter months, which bring biting winds and snow. Average highs rest in the upper 20s and lower 30s, so come prepared with a warm hat and durable gloves.
Recommended Co-Working Spaces In Toronto
Digital Nomad-Friendly Cafes
460 King St. West
100 Portland St
FIELD TRIP CAFE
3 Westmoreland Ave
DARK HORSE ESPRESSO
215 Spadina Ave.
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