• Start your day with a trip to the iconic CN Tower for stunning views of the city.
• Stop by Kensington Market, a colorful neighborhood filled with unique shops and eateries.
• Spend some time exploring The Distillery District, an old whiskey distillery turned into a bustling pedestrian-only area with galleries, restaurants, and more.
• Take a walk along the waterfront at Harbourfront Centre and enjoy the views.
• End your day with dinner at one of Toronto’s many fantastic restaurants.
• Begin your day with a trip to Casa Loma, an impressive castle built in 1914.
• Head over to the Royal Ontario Museum to explore its extensive collection of art and artifacts from around the world.
• Spend some time exploring High Park, Toronto’s largest park with plenty of trails and gardens to explore.
• Take a stroll down Queen Street West for some shopping and people watching.
• End your day with dinner at one of Toronto’s delicious restaurants.
• Kensington Market: Seven Lives Tacos for delicious Mexican food; The Burger’s Priest for classic burgers; Sanagan’s Meat Locker for charcuterie boards and sandwiches.
• The Distillery District: Cluny Bistro for French bistro fare; El Catrin for Mexican dishes; Mill Street Brewpub for craft beer and pub grub.
• Queen Street West: Bar Raval for tapas; Bar Isabel for Spanish cuisine; The Drake Hotel for seasonal fare.
• Harbourfront Centre: The Watermark Irish Pub & Grill for pub classics; Sushi Kaji for sushi; La Palette for French bistro fare.
WHERE TO STAY:
For a convenient location in the heart of downtown Toronto, consider staying at the InterContinental Toronto Centre Hotel, which is close to many attractions and offers stunning views of Lake Ontario. Alternatively, if you’d like something more budget-friendly, check out the Holiday Inn Express & Suites Toronto Downtown, which is located close to many attractions but offers more affordable rates.