Springtime is here! The weather is slow to warm-up but my phone has been ringing like crazy as it is officially BOOKING SEASON!
I was checking out Virtuoso’s Symposium taking place in Hong Kong and one of the presentation slides listed the “Hot S10 Desinations in 2015 Q2” and Canada was listed. I didn’t need to see that slide to know how popular the “north” was (we need to retire #WeTheNorth until October, please) cause my American friends and their friends are asking a lot of questions and wanting to visit Toronto this summer (thanks Drake) and I am constantly being asked where they should stay, eat and have fun.
I have built some pretty great itineraries for bachelor parties, girls weekend getaways and solo travel to the “T dot” and I have few new ones in development but I’d like to share a super quick list I whipped up called “5 things to do in Toronto this summer“. Good for visitors or for Torontonians across the GTA (Greater Toronto Area)!
Summerlicious is one of Toronto’s favourite culinary celebrations. For three mouthwatering weeks in July savour delicious three-course prix fixe menus served by close to 200 of Toronto’s top restaurants.
I know a lot of Torontonian’s are dreading the games, not confident that the city is ready for such a large scale event but when you really think about it, Toronto is a sports city that loves culture and it is pretty exciting!
The Pan American Games are the world’s third largest international multi-sport Games; they are only surpassed in size and scope by the Olympic Summer Games and the Asian Games.
This will be the Province of Ontario’s largest sport tourism event in history!
Both the Pan Am and Parapan Am Games are held every four years for the athletes of the 41 PASO member nations, in the year preceding the Olympic and Paralympic Summer Games.
There will be 7,500+ athletes from 41 countries and territories.
Learn more about the Pan Am Games at Toronto2015.org.
Buy here: www.ticketmaster.ca/toronto2015