In some cities, the issue is finding stuff to do. In Toronto, it’s that there is so much stuff to do. How can you possibly fit in all that’s appealing in this large, cosmopolitan city? We know, we know, it’s a struggle. Well, you’ll just have to do what you can, and make plans to visit again soon. If you’re not going to be checking out all the permanent Toronto landmarks and attractions, you’ll be able to enjoy one of the many one day (or at least temporary) events that take place in the city. Below, we check out three of the events that’ll be coming up in late May and early June.
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If you’re visiting the city on May 25 or 26, then you’ll have the lucky opportunity to see some of Toronto’s most culturally, historically, and architecturally important buildings. The doors will be open, there’ll be talks, displays, and much more across the city, a highlight being at Toronto City Hall.
Are you a self-proclaimed music geek that can’t get enough of instruments? Then you won’t want to miss Cosmo MusicFest and Expo, which will take place on June 1 at Cosmo Music’s site. There’ll be more instruments, gear, and music than you can shake a stick at. Not to be missed.
And if that wasn’t enough for you, then June 1 also sees the return to Toronto of bona fide music legends: The Who. They need no introduction. Go see them.
There’s only one spot to round off your trip: by staying at the best hotel in Toronto! At the Best Western Plus Travel Hotel Toronto Airport, you’ll have everything you need to recharge for the following day of exploring and enjoy amenities that include a hot complimentary breakfast, fitness centre, and onsite restaurant.