Destinations

It’s finally spring. Where to?

May 3 / Toronto

It’s time to say goodbye to the winter blues and see what Toronto has to offer this time of year. Other than spring cleaning, here’s a list of things you and your friends can do this spring in the 6ix.

Spring to-do list

Cherry blossoms

Cherry blossoms in High Park

Cherry blossom season doesn’t only happen in Japan. Spend a day at High Park and transport yourself to Osaka. Sakura is in full bloom right now—so prepare to take springtime’s most insta-worthy photos.

Markets

Almost every neighbourhood in Toronto has its own unique market. No matter what corner of the city you’re in, a farmers’ market or flea market is just a ride away.

 

Rooftop patios

Patios

Outdoor furniture is making a comeback this month and there’s no better way to enjoy a sunny day than on a patio. Grab your friends, order an appy, and opt for outdoor seating at one of these restaurants.

 

Food festivals

Food festivals

Discover your inner foodie and kick off festival season by celebrating Toronto’s food scene. From fine dining to food truck poutine, there’s a festival that will fit every palate.

 

Baseball game

Cheer on the Blue Jays

With so many home games to choose from, root for the Blue Jays all spring and summer. Pitch the idea to your friends and catch a game or two at Rogers Centre with the team.

Plant Nite

Who knew sauvignon paired so nicely with succulents? With Plant Nite at all of your favourite Toronto hotspots, invite your friends, grab a drink, and create a terrarium to take home. 

Toronto bars

Celebrate the end of exam season

Lectures have ended and exams are finally over. Leave your books behind and celebrate the end of the school year with your study buddies at one of these bars.

Didn’t get the chance to complete this spring to-do list? Don’t worry. Summer is just around the corner and Toronto has so much more in store for you.