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“Toronto, the provincial capital of Ontario, Canada, is a large, ethnically diverse city sprawling along Lake Ontario’s northwestern shore. A dynamic metropolis with a core of soaring skyscrapers, all dwarfed by the iconic CN Tower, it also features abundant green spaces, from the orderly oval of Queen’s Park to 400-acre High Park and its trails, sports facilities and zoo.” - Google
In google we trust. Toronto is a wonderful city indeed, but with way too many things to do in only a couple of days. If you don’t have the luxury of time, then we recommend investing in a Toronto City Pass!
This pass will give you access to the top 5 places in Toronto which you can read more about here.
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Food


Food


Toronto is best known for the cultural diversity not only in its population, but also in its food. Here is a small list of places to eat starting from how close they are to our venue:

If you take a short 8 minute trip via the streetcar, you'll reach the heart of downtown Toronto - Dundas Square. This place is surrounded with ethnically diverse restaurants, way too many to list.

Dundas Square is home to one of Toronto's biggest malls - the Eaton Centre. They've got two food courts and a tonne of stores to shop at.

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Lodging


Lodging


Since our venue is at the heart of Downtown Toronto, hotels can get a little pricey. We recommend looking into websites such as RedTag for good hotel deals (starting from aprx. $190 cad/night). Toronto's transportation is good enough so you can book hotels further away from the venue and not have much trouble (Public transit fee is $3.00 per trip). Alternatively you can look into AirBnB which is cheaper than regular hotels!
Please beware of the AirBnB host's cancelation policies.