10 Things to Do in Toronto This Summer

Toronto is Canada's largest city, the fourth largest in North America, and home to a diverse population of about 2.8 million people and growing. It is not only consistently ranked one of the world's most livable cities, but it is also Canada's leading tourism destination, welcoming more than 25 millions visitors from across the world annually. No matter the season, or the corner of the city you find yourself in, there is no shortage of things to do and see. 

Have you ever been to Toronto? What was your favourite part? Today, I am bringing you T.O. & fro's top 10 things to do in Toronto this summer, according to my instagram. I love exploring the city that has an unlimited supply of things to see, do, eat and drink, and these 10 "must see and do" spots are just the tip of the iceberg...


1.. Say hello to the fishies at Ripley's Aquarium of Canada.



2.. Experience where nature meets urban living at Evergreen Brickworks.



3..  Get a bird's eye view of the city from atop the CN Tower.



4.. Rent a canoe, paddle board or kayak and tour the Toronto harbour.



5..  Take a ferry to the Toronto Islands. Don't forget to rent/bring your bike!



6..  Check out one, or a few, of the many craft breweries.



7..  Take in the skyline at night, with a Toronto harbour cruise.



8..  Cheer on the Jay's at the Roger's Centre.



9.. Visit one of the many delicious food trucks.



10.. Fill your belly with new food at the Canadian National Exhibition.



Don't forget to follow me on instagram for more exciting adventures - @toandfro21.

Have you ever been to Toronto? What would you add to this list?




5 comments :

  1. Biking around the Toronto Islands is easily one of my favourite things I've done in Toronto!

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  3. I pretty much loved everything about Toronto when I visited a couple summers ago! I loved checking out the Blue Jays, eating dinner at the top of the CN Tower, and walking around Kensington Market!

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  4. I was 16 when I went to Toronto and it was only an overnight, so I vaguely remember what we did. I have a picture looking up the CN Tower so I know we were there ;) and I feel like I remember a pretty old brick mansion for some reason. I LOVE the piles of food in your hands in that picture !!

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  5. I really need to go back. You're making me jealous.

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