40 million people visit Toronto every year and you could be one of them! The city is home to haute shopping, cutting edge restaurants, spectacular attractions, and world class entertainment to spend your time and money on, but if you have a smaller budget or just want to do something different Toronto also has loads of free things to do! To most travelers these remain elusive hidden gems but below are the three best places that you can find out about cultural festivals, free events, and live entertainment to make your stay that much better!
They say Toronto is a city in a park. Pretty much everywhere you go you'll hit a green space. With Lake Ontario to the south and the Don and Humber Valleys flanking us both East and West, you can't get away from it. Further more, I can't believe neither of us had even been to the Bluffs before. We have a bit of fun getting there, and enjoy a stunning view. Enjoy :)
Canada is known for a lot of great things. We're friendly, tolerant of other people's cultures, and some say we sound funny and like to tag an 'Eh?' onto the end of most of our sentences. Regardless of Canadians feelings about those above stereotypes there is one that most Canadians rejoice in, and that is our love of nature. Canada has a lot of it to go around and the best way to really enjoy it as most Canadians do you'll need to camp!
If you've never camped before the cost of the supplies and the hassle of collecting them can seem daunting, but rest assured even if you're just visiting the country you can outfit yourself fairly cheaply and easily. Over the years we've discovered some great tips that we use to save us money and make our camping experience that much easier.