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3 day tour from Toronto to Montreal, Popular Times to Visit Toronto

  1. By kevin
  2. On Apr 27, 2018
  3. North America
  4. Travel Tips

Get a taste for authentic Torontonian suds by sampling some beer in the historic Distillery District, then walk over to the historic St. Lawrence Market for the best in Canadian fare. Book the 3 day tour from Toronto to Montreal on the Globerouter.com website, and useful information about the popular times to visit Toronto shared with you.

Popular Times to Visit Toronto:

As temperatures rise, so do prices. If you're looking to save money on hotels, pack a parka and book your trip during the wintertime. If you want lower prices and temperatures above freezing, spring and fall are your best bet.

September-October

With the warm weather sticking around just a little longer – average high temperatures range from the upper 60s in September to the mid-50s in October – and hotel rates starting to slump, autumn is another affordable time to visit this bustling city. While it shouldn't be too difficult to find modestly priced digs, it's still a good idea to book at least a month in advance. Fall festivals, such as the Toronto International Film Festival, are known to draw a sizable audience.

Key Events:

Toronto International Film Festival (September)
Toronto International Art Fair (October)

November-March

The winter months in Canada bring biting winds and snow. Average highs rest in the upper 20s and lower 30s, so come prepared with a warm hat and durable gloves. If you can brave the cold, you'll score significant price cuts on hotels. And just because the tourists can't hack it doesn't mean that Toronto goes into hibernation: The winter months see plenty of special events worth checking out.

Key Events:

Cavalcade of Lights (November)
Holiday Magic on Bloor-Yorkville (November-December)
Toronto International Boat Show (January)
Winterlicious (January-February)