The Best Time to Visit
Autumn (September-October) is certainly the best time to visit Toronto. The weather is sunny, festive spirit is soaring and barbeques are spread out everywhere. The temperature fluctuates between 55-70 degrees Fahrenheit which is neither too hot nor too cold, it's just perfect.
Toronto Festivals & Events
If you want to experience the festive spirit of Toronto, then make sure you visit the city during the month of June. Enjoy the performances of award winning music bands in the Waterfront Blues Festival and experience the perfect blend of art, music and food in the Arts and Crafts Field Trip Festival.
Tips to Save on Travel to Toronto
Advance booking is the perfect way to get cheap flights to Toronto. Book your flights at least 30 days in advance and get the best discounts on your airfare. Air Canada, American Airlines and British Airways are some of the famous airlines that offer excellent travel deals for Toronto. Once you reach the airport, it's very easy to reach downtown, just opt for public bus service, private taxis or car rental service.
Top Attractions in Toronto
Royal Ontario Museum- Royal Ontario Museum is a must visit for every Toronto visitors. One of the most famous museums in the world, Royal Ontario Museum also known as ROM has an extensive collections of exhibits including art works from different era and part of the globe to archeological, from natural history to military history and so much more.
St. James' Cathedral- If you are an architecture lover, you should definitely pay a visit to the St. James' Cathedral. An early English Gothic-style Anglican cathedral, St. James' Cathedral truly is a treat for the eyes. The church also hosts free concerts every Tuesday from September to June.
Harbourfront Centre- Toronto is famous for its vibrant cultural life and Harbourfront Centre is one of the places where you can soak in Toronto’s colorful cultural life. The center includes everything from art exhibits to musical performances, theatre shows and so on.
University of Toronto Art Centre- Spend a day at the University of Toronto Art Centre, you will just love it. The gallery is not known to many but it has an impressive collection of art work dating from the 14th to the 18th centuries.