Conveniently located just outside of Toronto, Mississauga has become a prime destination for visitors to Ontario. The city's cultural diversity contributes to its culturally rich neighborhoods and attractions throughout the city. The Art Gallery of Mississauga displays artful works through a range of periods and movements in Canadian art. World-famous Niagara Falls is two hours away, Toronto is only half an hour away and has endless restaurants, attractions, events and festivals. Shop until your heart's desire at Toronto Eaton Centre or step back in time to a period of European elegance and splendor at the Casa Loma.
Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) is Canada’s largest and busiest airport, and some Mississauga hotels offer free shuttle service to and from the airport. Taxis, trains and MiWay buses are all convenient ways of getting around in this city. Over the recent years, Mississauga has attracted business as many corporations are moving in and making Mississauga their global headquarters.
Mississauga was initially developed as a suburb of Toronto but has increasingly grown in size to become one of the largest and fastest growing cities in Canada. The weather in Mississauga is what one can normally expect from Canadian weather. The summer months average temperatures in the high 60s, and the winter months typically drop to the low 20s and 30s.