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Spring Attractions in Toronto

  • March 13, 2019

Photo Credit: Mwangi Gatheca


Toronto is full of sights and attractions but the city particularly shines in the spring. Spring makes everything easier, the days get longer and brighter, and people are generally happier. This helps change the energy within the city, making it the perfect time to get out and explore. With such a variety of events happening in the city, you are bound to quickly find something that fits your interests.

Toronto Flower Market

The Toronto Flower Market celebrates and supports Ontario grown flowers & plants, and is the perfect way to connect growers and florists within the city. Founded in 2003, the Toronto Flower Market was the first open air market of its kind. When you arrive, prepare your senses to see and smell the stalls that are bursting with fresh blooms. Note: Market Open from 10am-3pm.

High Park

After a long winter, spring is the perfect time to see High Park come back to life. In the early spring, the park will be getting prepped for the flowers that will bloom in the late spring and early summer. Tour the park in a unconventional way, on a trackless train, you will be able to enjoy the cherry blossom trees blooming and the landscape of the park. The park also features other attractions such as the High Park Zoo, so be sure to have enough time to enjoy the park to its fullest potential.

 

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If you’re in the Greater Toronto Area for business or personal, staying at the Best Western Plus Toronto Airport Hotel is your best bet.  The convenient train lines make it easy for you to jet out to the city and back into your spacious King Executive Room or dip into the pool.

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