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Student Travel Destination: Toronto

Looking for the perfect destination to pitch to student group leaders? Consider Toronto. With theater opportunities, a "melting pot" atmosphere, and a range of sports and cultural activities to choose from, it's a destination that provides international flavor without international expense. Students don't even need a passport.

For more information, click here to read "Toronto, Ontario: A Perfect Urban Destination for Student Travel," which originally appeared in the September 2014 issue of Teach & Travel magazine.


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