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Visit Toronto and Montreal this fall


Canada has some bustling metropolises bursting with fun activities for people of all ages and inclinations. Toronto is one of the biggest cities in North America, so it’s no surprise that there’s something in it for everybody.

Montreal has tons of local art and wonderful restaurants at every price level. Let’s round up some of the best and most wallet-friendly things to do in these two exciting Canadian cities this fall.

Cheap Airport Parking

Saving money before your trip even starts is a great way to keep the whole thing more affordable. There are parking lots near Toronto airport you can utilize when flying from “Hogtown,” a model already found in over 75 North American cities.

Book a parking reservation online and show it to the attendant upon arrival (it’ll be on your phone), then board the free shuttle to your terminal. Drive yourself to the airport and enjoy the familiarity of your own vehicle without being tied to someone else’s schedule or waiting for that dot to arrive on a little map.


Patio season is extended in TO

Toronto has closed off many lanes of traffic to let restaurants create patios, and locals have loved it. While restaurants are now open for indoor dining, if you feel more comfortable or simply prefer eating outdoors, there are more places to do it.

Take a walk down Queen West or Ossington Avenue, where there are hip restaurants and stores of every stripe, and there’s a lot on the street for the eyes to take in.

The tourist spots are open once again

Show your proof of COVID-19 vaccination to gain entry to all kinds of tourist hotspots, like the impressive Ripley’s Aquarium. The Art Gallery of Ontario contains over 90,000 works of art from local and international artists.

You can also do things off the beaten path, like a socially distanced cemetery walking tour just in time for Halloween!

Montreal is bursting with flavour

Diners have flocked to Montreal for years, salivating at the thought of so many delectable food options at every price range. From fine dining to savoury street food, Montreal has it all.

Autumn is a beautiful time to visit, right before the frigid winter begins, and the air is crisp but pleasant. Get lost walking the beautiful streets with their distinctive architecture and murals and stumble into a better restaurant experience than the one you would have planned via Google.

After so many waves of immigration, you’ll find every type of gastronomic fare, from Jewish food to Portuguese, Japanese, and more. From vintage clothes to high-end designer wear, Montreal has style galore from the Plateau area to Rue St-Denis and everywhere in between.

Toronto and Montreal are two fun Canadian cities that share a lot in common while remaining very distinct, too. After renewing their NHL rivalry, with the Habs vanquishing the Toronto Maple Leafs in the playoffs last year, the cities are often compared to each other. Spend time in both places during the fall, and you’ll see that they each offer their unique and special charms.

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