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Christmas happenings this December in Toronto

posted by: Best Western Plus Travel Hotel Toronto Airport on: November 14, 2018 02:05:57 PM

We’re really not all that far from Christmas, and that means that soon there’s going to be plenty of fun seasonal goings-on taking place all over the country. But if you ask us, there’s no better place than Toronto. Why? Because there’s just so much happening, and there’s going to be a terrific atmosphere too. If you don’t believe, just check out some of the events we have coming up, which include Christmas movies, winter carnivals, and two interpretations of a seasonal classic. Check out all the need to know info below!

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Classic Christmas movie

What’s the greatest Christmas movie of all time? If you said Die Hard, then you were correct! On December 15, you’ll have a chance to experience the Bruce Willis masterpiece on the big screen at Revue Cinema. This is strictly for the adults, as there’ll be drinking games...this is part of the Drunken Cinema series.

In the spirit

Get into the festive spirit by attending the Holiday Fair In Nathan Phillips Square 2018, which will be taking place from December 1 - 23. Head down to skate, shop, or simply soak up the atmosphere. Fun for the whole family!

Tis the season

Who doesn’t love The Nutcracker? Head down to Casa Loma, which is getting transformed into a Nutcracker themed winter wonderland. Alternatively, you can also catch a performance of the classic ballet at the Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema, where The Royal Ballet's version will be shown on screen. It could be Christmas without the Nutcracker...but it wouldn’t be a very good one.

Round off your Christmas trip to the city by staying at the best hotel in Toronto. At the Best Western Plus Travel Toronto Airport Hotel, we offer our guests everything they need to have a comfortable and relaxing stay, including high-speed internet, cable television, and plush bedding.

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