Summertime in Toronto

Summertime is the Right Time to Visit Toronto


Toronto
Specials Offers and Hotel Packages Available the Entire Month of August –


Toronto’s summer season is far from over and traveling to the city has never been easier thanks to special promotional packages available throughout August. Visitors planning a trip to Toronto can now book the Best of Toronto Package including one night hotel accommodation, a top-priced ticket to a Mirvish Productions theatre performance such as The Sound of Music or The Harder They Come, a three-course dinner at a choice of one of 14 restaurants and admission to one of three famed attractions- the CN Tower, Ontario Science Centre, or a Toronto Tours city bus tour for only $149 per person by calling 1-800- 461-3333.
  “There’s no better time to see


Toronto than in the summer,” said David Whitaker, President and CEO, Tourism Toronto. “
Toronto welcomes visitors to discover its lively waterfront, diverse neighborhoods, cultural attractions and a wealth of festivals and events.”
  For other super summer hotel offers paired up with dinner, theatre tickets and attraction passes, visitors and locals alike can begin planning a


Toronto getaway at www.SeeTorontoNow.com/summer or by calling 1-877-848-3999.  Weekend getaways to
Toronto this August – from families to couples, girlfriends and more – are available for just $99 per night.
  Visitors booking a special package to


Toronto during August can experience a destination full of signature summer festivals such as the celebrated Pilaros Taste of the Danforth (August 7 – 9) or Scotiabank BuskerFest (August 27 – 30). Sports enthusiasts can make it a weekend with the Women’s Roger’s Cup Tennis Championship (August 15 – 23), Toronto Blue Jays baseball and Toronto FC soccer.
Toronto offers theater-goers an endless line-up of performances ranging from Broadway-style to Canadian classics and Shakespeare.
  With over 7,000 restaurants spread across the city, a popular way to experience Toronto is by relaxing on a street-side patio or neighbourhood café, taking a stroll or bike ride through one of the city’s 1,500 parks or seeking out a special exhibit at one of Toronto’s iconic museums and galleries followed by a night out in Toronto with hundreds of chic lounges, nightclubs or pubs to choose from. 

Memorable summer experiences begin with


Toronto summer packages and offerings available through www.SeeTorontoNow.com/summer or by calling 1-877-848-3999.
  About Tourism


Toronto
Tourism Toronto, Toronto’s Convention and Visitors Association, is an industry association of more than 1,200 members established to sell and market the Greater Toronto Region as a remarkable destination for tourists around the globe. For more information please visit www.SeeTorontoNow.com.   – 30 –Media Contact:
Justine Palinska
Media Relations


Associate, U.S.

Tourism
Toronto

207
Queens Quay West,

Suite 405

Toronto, ON
M5J 1A7
Tel: 416-987-1739
Fax: 416-203-6753
www.seetorontonow.com

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