At the beginning of June 2013 the Travel Bloggers Exchange Conference (TBEX) is being held for two days in Toronto, Ontario. There will be over 1,000 travel bloggers and people in the travel industry in Toronto for the conference and many will be trying to figure out all of the things to do in Canada’s largest city. This comprehensive list should get your travel plans started.
Spring in Toronto is a wonderful time of the year. The snow has melted the flowers and trees are starting to bud and flower, restaurants and bars begin opening up their patios and all of the people start coming out of hibernation. To help you plan a trip to Toronto in the spring here are some suggestions of things to do in the city that time of year.
Toronto is the largest city in Canada and although it is full of skyscrapers, office towers and concrete there are also some nice spots to relax, take a break and a short stroll. There are many to choose from. Here are some of Toronto’s best gardens and parks.
The Royal Ontario Museum is one of Toronto’s top attractions and is one of Canada’s best museums. With over one million visitors a year it holds the largest world culture and natural history collection in all of Canada and is one of the largest museums in North America.
For those in Toronto for St. Patrick’s Day, there are many opportunities to celebrate. The main event is the Toronto St. Patrick’s Day Parade, which will take place this year on March 17, 2013, beginning at noon. The procession of colorful floats, marching bands and cultural groups starts at Bloor and St. George, continuing along Bloor, turning onto Yonge and ending at Nathan Philips Square.