Believe it or not, travel is one of the most important aspects of the jiu-jitsu lifestyle, along with things like diet, camaraderie and fitness. Toronto is now one of the biggest hubs for culture in North America. It is a new and constantly developing city with a high rate of immigration, making it one of the most multicultural cities in the world. With this diversity, you can find whatever type of food you want, whatever type of vibe you want and there are plenty of places to train jiu-jitsu while you're exploring. We recommend that if you do go to visit this wonderful city, do it during the summer! There is almost no better place to have a good time during the summer than Toronto. But during winter, it's definitely better to hide away in Brazil.
Matt Kuris is a teacher at Nova Uniao Toronto. He has dedicated himself fully to jiu-jitsu and also loves his city. Between the good food and great urban scenery, you really can't go wrong.
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