The Perfect Toronto Itinerary for First Time Visitors (2022)

If you’re planning a trip to Toronto and trying to figure out the best things to do in the city, this guide has you covered. This Toronto itinerary is written by a local and will tell you everything you need to know about all of the best places to visit in Toronto. No matter how many days in Toronto you have, this trip planner will walk through the city’s highlights. You can easily adjust this 2 day Toronto itinerary to adapt it to a 3 day trip, or a weekend in Toronto.

Headed to Toronto for the first time?

I have a treat for you! Today’s post is a guest post from Janine Good of Fill My Passport. Janine is a Toronto local…and we all know that locals give the best travel advice! And now over to Janine for her advice on concocting the perfect Toronto itinerary!

The Perfect Toronto Itinerary for First-Time Visitors

Is it your first time visit the Six? Well, if you are visiting this year, there are so many incredible reasons thanks to Canada’s 150th birthday.

Here is the perfect 2-day Toronto itinerary to get the most out of your time in this largest city in Canada.

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First, a Few Traveller’s Logistics:

  • Canada’s customs requirements differ for various nationals. Do ensure you contact Visit Canada directly for any visa or paperwork advice before arrival.
  • Toronto can be compared slightly to New York City in that it driving downtown can be hectic. However, there are cab companies available 24/7 as well as Uber. Download the Uber app before arrival and save tons on cab fares!
  • If you prefer public transport, you can easily grab a weekly pass on the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC). This pass covers all the subway lines as well as buses and streetcars. All stations sell the passes and are available to assist. More information can be found on the TTC Website.

Where to Stay in Toronto

Toronto has some really funky hotels as well as budget and luxury accommodations.

A couple of hotels I highly recommend include:

For the luxurious traveller: The Fairmont Royal York, The King Edward Hotel, The Park Hyatt

For the Eclectic Traveller: The Drake Hotel, the Gladstone Hotel

Budget Travellers: There are many hostels to choose from here.

Now on to your itinerary!

Two days really aren’t enough to explore this large city and go on day trips outside the city to such landmarks as Niagara Falls and The Big Apple, but it is a start anyway!

Pro Travel Tip: These days, travel can be more uncertain than ever. Check for any COVID-related restrictions at your destination, and never travel without travel insurance! I recommend SafetyWing, because they have flexible + affordable insurance plans, and also cover COVID-related impacts on your trip (not all companies do)!

Toronto Itinerary – Day 1

1 – Head to the CN Tower

This one is the most popular of all and every visitor needs to head there. There is much to do at this famous Toronto landmark including the observatory, glass floor, and if you are brave enough, the Edgewalk!

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What is the Edgewalk you say? It is an act of craziness! I digress. You are attached to a cable and walk along the edge of the CN Tower. See Toronto like never before and get your adrenaline pumping. Just don’t look down!

2 – Head to Ripley’s Aquarium

Do you enjoy aquariums and aquatic wildlife? Than you must head to the Ripley’s Aquarium to view over 16,000 creatures in front of your eyes! Marvel at everything from seahorses, sharks, turtles, and more!

You can buy your tickets to Ripley’s Aquarium online ahead of time, and have them sent straight to your email which I highly recommend. Get them here at this link, and cross one thing off your to-do list!

3- Head to the Distillery District

One of the most historic areas of the city, the Distillery District brings spirit and charm to any trip. Walk along the brick roads and enjoy learning about the area’s former working distilleries, browse the cute little shops, and hang a lock on the famous Love Sign!

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4 – Explore Kensington Market

Do you enjoy eclectic markets? Than you cannot miss Kensington Market! Complete with funky shops, street art, and an ambiance fit for the art scene, this market is for you. Heck, you can even get bacon flavoured lip balm here!

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5- Stop for Lunch at Sushi on Bloor

Do you enjoy Sushi? Thank you will love this restaurant. Enjoy a bento box complete with California rolls, sashimi, hand rolls, and more.

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6 – Royal Ontario Museum

Are you or someone in your group a museum nerd? If so, you cannot miss the Royal Ontario Museum! Check out the various floors of exhibits, especially the paleontology floor full of authentic dinosaur skeletons!

You can buy your tickets to the Royal Ontario Museum online ahead of time, and have them sent straight to your email which I highly recommend. Get them here at this link, and cross one thing off your to-do list!

7 – Stop in at the Poop Café in Koreatown

It is exactly as it sounds – a Poop café. Sit on Toilet shaped seats and enjoy an ice cream sundae in a toilet “bowl.” The ice cream is whipped and dipped in chocolate to resemble the real thing. Once you get past the presentation, enjoy a delicious chocolate sundae in the heart of Toronto’s Korean scene.

8 – Walk through Yorkville

This area can be considered the Rodeo Drive of Toronto! Enjoy shopping at some of the biggest names in retail including Gucci, Kate Spade, Cartier, Tiffany & Co. and more.

9 – Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament

Indulge in a truly unique meal complete with one of a kind entertainment at Medieval Times! Cheer for your knight in battle as you enjoy a 4-course meal just like they did back in the day without cutlery and utensils.

The wenches bring your meal and drinks as you watch the knights compete for their section of the auditorium.

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Retire for the evening in your chosen accommodation.

Toronto Itinerary – Day 2

After a fun day of some of Toronto essential staples, now it is time to indulge in one of these incredible day trip options!

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1 – Canada’s Wonderland

Do you like amusement parks? If you do, your Toronto itinerary should include a visit toCanada’s Wonderland – home of the highest roller coaster in all of Canada – The Leviathan!

Enjoy 40+ rides, a waterpark, carnival games, live shows, and the Peanuts Gang ready for that essential selfie.

This outing is just outside downtown Toronto, so will require a day. If you are in Toronto for more than a week, consider getting a season’s pass as in the long run, it will be cheaper for you than one-day admission.

2 – Toronto Zoo

Do you love animals? The Toronto Zoo is one of the most ethical zoos in the world. It was certified for its animal treatment and for its world class breeding centre.

Come see the baby pandas, baby polar bears, and many other beautiful animals. The zoo is just outside the main core and is easily accessible through the TTC on your bus pass.

3- Niagara Falls

Just in 2016, Niagara Falls were named the 10th Natural Wonder of the world! You can either grab a Via Rail train or rent a car and head to the falls.

They are approximately 90 mins west of the city and complete with activities, treats, fun houses and more.

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While there, do take a walk on Clifton Hill and laugh at yourself in a funny distorted mirror, hop on the new Hornblower Cruise and get up close and personal with the wrath of the water, and stop in the Hershey factory for a “Kiss.”

Keep in mind a trip here will take a full day and require a rental car or ticket on the Via Rail train line.

If you don’t wish to leave the Downtown core, here are few more suggestions for day 2!

1 – Do a tour of the Steam Whistle Brewery

If you enjoy distillery tours, than you will love Steam Whistle! Learn how the beer is made and enjoy a sample at the end.

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2 – Head to the Casa Loma

Check out one of the only castles in North America! Casa Loma is a beautiful piece of architecture fit for royalty in the heart of Toronto. Check out their site for the latest exhibits and shows or enjoy a cuppa tea with great views of the city.

3 – Head to Toronto Island

Catch the ferry at the pier and enjoy a few hours on Toronto Island. Keep up to date with the news as it has closed due to flooding; however, it hopes to reopen to the public by the end of June.

There are riding trails, parks, and a lovely amusement park perfect for young families. Do check the website to ensure ferries are departing.

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4 – Enjoy a mammoth sundae at Caffe Demetre

Do you love desserts or have a sweet tooth now and then? If so, than head on over to Demetre’s for a much-deserved indulgence.

Enjoy mammoth sundaes, cakes ala mode, and homemade crepes made to perfection.

5 – Check out the Art Gallery of Ontario

Do you enjoy artworks? Head to the Art Gallery! Enjoy works by the famous Group of Seven and many more local artists.

You can buy your tickets to the Art Gallery of Ontario online ahead of time, and have them sent straight to your email which I highly recommend. Get them here at this link, and cross one thing off your to-do list!

The newly renovated building brings hundreds of pieces ready for that budding connoisseur.

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6 – Body Blitz

Are you in Toronto on a Girl’s weekend? Head to Body Blitz for a relaxing afternoon! This spa is for women only and is the perfect haven after a full day and early morning of sightseeing. Sit back in three pools – sea salt, Epsom salt, and cold plunge, as well as an herb-infused steam room and sauna. Detox and enjoy.

Massage treatments are also available with advanced booking. The water pass (without massage treatments) will be the best $50 you will ever spend!

The men in your party can enjoy the area’s many pubs and patios for a classic Canadian Beer and poutine!

7 – Take in a Blue Jay’s Game!

Whether or not you are a baseball fan, you cannot leave Toronto without heading to the Rogers Centre to catch a game of Toronto’s favourite sports team. (Though that thought may be debated by die-hard leaf fans!)

Cheer on the Jays as they battle the American League opponents and indulge in a foot-long hot dog at the seventh inning stretch. Say hi to Ace for me!

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Option 2 for the evening:

Not into sports? Head to Second City TV for a night of hilarity! World famous for launching the careers of such notables as Dan Ackroyd, Rick Moranis, Catherine O’Hara, and my fave the late John Candy, Second City brings comedy to audiences daily with drinks and great food.

Check the schedule for the latest show and enjoy a fun evening of laughter and love for Canada’s classic comedians.

Retire for the evening at your chosen hotel.

I hope this gives you a good starting point for exploring Toronto, one of the most incredible cities in the world. There is much more than listed here…definitely an excuse to come back!

There you Have it – The Perfect Toronto Itinerary and Trip Planner!

I hope that this Toronto trip planner has helped as a guide for your weekend in Toronto, Canada. No matter how many days you have to spend in Toronto, I can’t wait for you to enjoy your time there.

Thank you again to Janine Good from Fill My Passport! You can get to know Janine further and follow her adventures on Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube!

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FAQs

How many days is enough to see Toronto? ›

To see and experience all that is Toronto, you should plan a stay of at least a week (preferably in spring, summer, or fall -- winters can be bitter, though no worse than a winter in New York City).

What should I not miss in Toronto? ›

18 Must-Visit Attractions in Toronto, Canada
  • CN Tower. Architectural Landmark. View. ...
  • Museum of Illusions. Museum. ...
  • Ripley's Aquarium of Canada. Aquarium. ...
  • Hockey Hall of Fame. Museum. ...
  • Distillery District. Distillery. ...
  • Casa Loma. Museum. ...
  • Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) Building, Museum, Park. ...
  • Bata Shoe Museum. Museum.

What's the best time to visit Toronto? ›

The best times to visit Toronto are late April through May and September through October. Peak tourist season occurs during the summer months: the sidewalks come alive with pedestrian marketplaces, patio restaurants and numerous cultural events. However, as temperatures rise, so do prices.

What do I need to know about traveling to Toronto? ›

10 things you should know before moving to Toronto
  • Brush up on your bilingualism. ...
  • Toronto is big on brunch. ...
  • Getting around. ...
  • Prepare for snow. ...
  • Having a drink. ...
  • A whole section of the city is underground. ...
  • Prepare to tip. ...
  • Know where to live.
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How much spending money will I need for a week in Toronto? ›

The average price of a 7-day trip to Toronto is $1,543 for a solo traveler, $2,771 for a couple, and $5,195 for a family of 4. Toronto hotels range from $62 to $388 per night with an average of $146, while most vacation rentals will cost $210 to $450 per night for the entire home.

How long should you spend at Niagara Falls? ›

As a general rule, most Niagara Falls attractions take about 30 minutes to experience. You should factor in about 15-20 minutes between each to make your way between the attractions, along with a reasonable buffer for wait time (especially if you are visiting a popular attraction during a high-traffic period).

What is the most visited site in Toronto? ›

1. See the View from the CN Tower. Toronto's famous landmark, the 553-meter CN Tower, is one of the city's must see attractions and also the most impossible to miss. Towering above the downtown, this Canadian icon can be seen from almost everywhere in the city.

Is 3 days in Toronto enough? ›

You can easily fill a whole week or more in Toronto if visiting for the first time, enjoying the trendy city vibes and attractions, dining out and exploring like a local. However, if you are short on time, 3 days in Toronto will ensure you see the best of the city and get a real taste for what is on offer!

Is Toronto expensive for tourists? ›

Toronto is one of the most expensive cities in the country. However, like any big city, there are still plenty of ways to save while you're here.

What is the coldest month in Toronto? ›

The cold season lasts for 3.4 months, from December 3 to March 16, with an average daily high temperature below 39°F. The coldest month of the year in Toronto is January, with an average low of 18°F and high of 30°F.

Do you need a car in Toronto? ›

You do not need a car in the city. Public transit is easy and efficient and goes most places you'd likely want to visit. Traffic can be heavy and frustrating to drive in, parking is expensive, and there is quite a bit of construction going on in the downtown core.

Do you need a PCR test to enter Canada? ›

When you arrive at the border, you must present a valid negative test result (paper or electronic proof) or proof of a previous positive molecular test result taken at least 10 calendar days and no more than 180 calendar days before entering Canada.

How do I get to Niagara Falls from Toronto? ›

The route from Toronto couldn't be simpler. All you have to do is get on the elevated Gardiner Expressway and head west towards Niagara Falls. The highway changes names at the Highway 427 Interchange, but no action is required, just keep going straight.

Is food expensive in Toronto? ›

While meal prices in Toronto can vary, the average cost of food in Toronto is CA$73 per day. Based on the spending habits of previous travelers, when dining out an average meal in Toronto should cost around CA$29 per person. Breakfast prices are usually a little cheaper than lunch or dinner.

How much cash can you carry on a plane to Canada? ›

Anytime you cross the border, you must declare any currency or monetary instruments you have valued at Can$10,000 or more. This amount includes Canadian or foreign currency or a combination of both. Monetary instruments include, but are not limited to, stocks, bonds, bank drafts, cheques and traveller's cheques.

How much does a meal cost in Canada? ›

Here is an idea of the average price of a restaurant meal: Breakfast = $7 to $25 (average $10) Lunch = $9 to $25 (average $14) Dinner = $12 to $50 (average $20)

What is the best month to go to Niagara Falls? ›

The best time to visit Niagara Falls is June to August. Summer is peak season, and with good reason: Average highs rest in the low 80s. Mists and breezes from the waterfalls can make the area feel cooler.

Is it better to see Niagara Falls from New York or Canada? ›

While the American side of Niagara Falls is less developed, the Canadian side is more urban and glamorous. In Canada, you'll experience the best views of all of the falls, from seeing the macro-view of the American side as well as the astonishing Horseshoe Falls.

How long is the walk around Goat Island? ›

Explore this 1.8-mile loop trail near Niagara Falls, New York. Generally considered an easy route, it takes an average of 36 min to complete.

What is Toronto's newest attraction? ›

These are just a few of the tiny, whimsical details that visitors can discover in Little Canada, Toronto's newest downtown attraction that replicates in miniature our country's geographic regions and their iconic landmarks – but with a considerable dose of whimsy and humour thrown in, just for fun.

How can I spend 2 days in Toronto? ›

What to See and Do in Toronto in 2 Days
  1. The CN Tower. At one time the CN (Canadian National) Tower was the tallest building in the world. ...
  2. Ripleys Aquarium. A recent addition to Toronto, Ripley's Aquarium has quickly become one of it's biggest attractions. ...
  3. Casa Loma. ...
  4. The Toronto Zoo.
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Does Toronto have a Chinatown? ›

Established in 1878, Chinatown is one of Toronto's oldest and most dynamic neighbourhoods. You'll find bustling produce markets that spill out onto the street, numerous shops and food stalls, neon signs and a plethora of cuisines (not only Chinese— here's a strong Vietnamese contingent too, for example).

How many days do you need in Montreal? ›

Ten days is the perfect length of time to visit both Montréal and Québec City, allowing you to dedicate enough time to experience Montréal's legendary nightlife and Québec City's historic center, with a few side trips.

Why is Toronto so popular? ›

Toronto is one of the greatest cities in the world to do business,consistently ranked at the top when it comes to global competitiveness, innovation and quality of life. Very few cities in the world can offer such multi-sector strength, depth of talent and a driving economic and financial engine.

Does Toronto have a cat cafe? ›

TOT the Cat Café, Toronto Ontario

Toronto's first cat café is located just a few blocks away from University of Toronto St. George Campus, making it a purrfect place for a study break or some pet therapy amidst the chaos of student life.

Is Centre Island Open? ›

All park facilities at Centre Island and Hanlan's Point are closed except for the public washrooms: near the Ward's beach. at Ward's fire hall.

How much money do I need in Toronto? ›

According to the new data, released by Ratehub.ca, those looking to buy in Toronto will need to make more than $220,000 to buy a home in the city with a 20 per cent down payment.

Are drinks expensive in Toronto? ›

most drinks are as follows: bottle of beer $4.00-$6.50 depending on brand (domestic being cheapest and import being most expensive) a pint of draft domestic is about $5, import can be $6-$9. A mixed drink (such as vodka, rye, gin) can run btwn $6-$14 depending on brand.

Is Toronto easy to travel around? ›

Toronto is an easy city to navigate on foot or by public transit. The bulk of hotels, even those outside the downtown areas, are located near streetcar stops, bus stops or subway stations which can take you to most of the sites and shopping districts you may want to see.

What months does it snow in Toronto? ›

Although Toronto is one of Canada's warmer cities in winter, winters are still severe, with snow on the ground most days between mid-December and mid-March. Snow deeper than 1 cm is seen on 65 days a year on average.

Is Toronto colder than New York? ›

In general, Toronto's climate is slightly more moderate than Montreal and similar to (but colder) than New York City. Most visitors to Toronto tend to underestimate how cold and snowy the winters are and how hot and humid the summers can often be.

What's the warmest city in Canada? ›

1. Victoria, British Columbia. Victoria – the capital of British Columbia – has the distinct honor of being Canada's warmest city.

Are buses free in Toronto? ›

You pay a single fare for each one-way trip. The same fare covers subways, streetcars, and buses within the City of Toronto -- there are no fare "zones" to worry about.

Why is Toronto called the six? ›

Why is Toronto Called the 6? The term “The 6” was popularized by Drake and refers to the six municipalities that made up Metro Toronto before it was amalgamated in 1998. The name is also derived from the city's first official area code, 416.

How do I get to downtown Toronto from the airport? ›

Union Pearson Express runs from Pearson Airport to Union Station in downtown Toronto in just 25 minutes. Adult one-way fare from Pearson to Union is $12.35.

What are Canada's travel restrictions? ›

All fully vaccinated travellers entering Canada by land must submit their public health information using ArriveCAN within 72 hours before arrival. If you arrive at a land port of entry unaware of this requirement, you may qualify for a one-time exemption for all fully vaccinated travellers.

What is the best way to travel around Canada? ›

By plane
  1. Canada has a comprehensive network of domestic flights that covers every corner of the country. ...
  2. Prices remain generally high: a one-way fare from Toronto to Winnipeg (2hr 30min) with Air Canada can cost $280–320, and a little less on WestJet. ...
  3. Travelling by car is the best way to see Canada.
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Do I need to be vaccinated to fly within Canada? ›

Domestic travel

Starting June 20, 2022, vaccination will no longer be required to board a plane or train in Canada.

Do Canadians still have to quarantine? ›

If you qualified as a fully vaccinated traveller and entered Canada with a traveller who is required to isolate, you don't have to isolate. However, if you were selected for mandatory random testing on arrival and you receive positive results, you must isolate for 10 days.

Can unvaccinated Canadians travel? ›

Unvaccinated and partially vaccinated youth 12 to 17 years of age must complete the 14-day quarantine, and all testing requirements for pre-entry, arrival and Day-8 tests, even when they are accompanied by travellers who qualify as a fully vaccinated traveller.

Is Niagara Falls worth the trip? ›

Whether you love waterfalls or really not sure what the fuss is all about, you won't be disappointed if you ever plan a trip to the famous Niagara Falls. It is worth a visit just for the sheer thrill of seeing one of the world's best waterfalls that attracts over 30-million visitors from across the globe, every year.

What is the best time of year to visit Toronto? ›

The best times to visit Toronto are late April through May and September through October. Peak tourist season occurs during the summer months: the sidewalks come alive with pedestrian marketplaces, patio restaurants and numerous cultural events. However, as temperatures rise, so do prices.

How much is an uber from Niagara Falls to Toronto? ›

How much does it cost to take an Uber or Lyft to Niagara Falls from Toronto? A trip to Niagara Fallas from Toronto with an Uber, Lyft or even a taxi will run you about $600+. Expect to pay anywhere from $160 to $240 each way, before tipping.

How can I spend 2 days in Toronto? ›

What to See and Do in Toronto in 2 Days
  1. The CN Tower. At one time the CN (Canadian National) Tower was the tallest building in the world. ...
  2. Ripleys Aquarium. A recent addition to Toronto, Ripley's Aquarium has quickly become one of it's biggest attractions. ...
  3. Casa Loma. ...
  4. The Toronto Zoo.
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How many days should I spend in Montreal? ›

Ten days is the perfect length of time to visit both Montréal and Québec City, allowing you to dedicate enough time to experience Montréal's legendary nightlife and Québec City's historic center, with a few side trips.

How many days do you need in Vancouver? ›

While you should stay for longer if you have the time (ain't that always the case!), three days in Vancouver is an ideal time to experience the best things to do in Vancouver. This Vancouver 3 day itinerary is pretty active, and is packed with biking, city walks, hiking, and even snowshoeing in winter.

How many days do you need in Ottawa? ›

There is more than enough to keep you busy for a full weekend in Ottawa, with plenty of history, food, and culture to explore. Using this suggested Ottawa itinerary, 2 days is just enough to enjoy the highlights.

Do you need a car in Toronto? ›

You do not need a car in the city. Public transit is easy and efficient and goes most places you'd likely want to visit. Traffic can be heavy and frustrating to drive in, parking is expensive, and there is quite a bit of construction going on in the downtown core.

How do I get to Niagara Falls from Toronto? ›

The route from Toronto couldn't be simpler. All you have to do is get on the elevated Gardiner Expressway and head west towards Niagara Falls. The highway changes names at the Highway 427 Interchange, but no action is required, just keep going straight.

Is Toronto worth visiting? ›

Having said that, Toronto is considered a very safe city to live in and visit. The downtown core especially is a safe area. However, as a visitor to Toronto (as with any place you are unfamiliar with) you should watch your pockets – especially on the TTC (public transit, see below) and at tourist attractions.

Is Québec City better than Montreal? ›

The Bottom Line. Montreal is a better choice if you're looking for a more urban feel, amazing food and cafes, and a more bilingual city. Quebec City may be better if you want a charming old town experience, all the major attractions in one place, and a festive winter holiday.

Do I need Canadian dollars in Montreal? ›

You can use US dollars at most places in Montreal. However you will receive a poor exchange rate or none at all. Many find it advantageous to have some Canadian money for spending, but it is not necessary to obtain Canadian dollars at an airport or from your local bank.

What is the best month to visit Montreal? ›

The best times to visit Montreal are from March to May and from September to November, when the weather is milder and hotel vacancies run amok. But aside from fluctuating rates, you'll discover that there really isn't a bad time to vacation here.

Is Banff near Vancouver? ›

The distance between Banff and Vancouver is around 560 miles (900 kilometers) and spans three mountain ranges: the Coast, Columbia, and the Rocky Mountains.

Is one day in Whistler enough? ›

if you are just going to have a look and walk around, then one day is enough. you need more time if you want to appreciate the hiking and other activities. the village part is very small.

What time of year is best to visit Vancouver? ›

The best times to visit Vancouver are from March to May and from September to November when the weather is mild and hotel rooms can be found at bargain rates.

Where should I stop between Toronto and Ottawa? ›

Best stops along Ottawa to Toronto drive. The top stops along the way from Ottawa to Toronto (with short detours) are Boldt Castle & Boldt Yacht House, Fort Henry National Historic Site, and Sandbanks Provincial Park.. Other popular stops include Riverview Park & Zoo, The Big Apple, and Upper Canada Village.

Is Ottawa worth visiting? ›

With a walkable downtown area, great public transport links, an abundance of parks, an outdoor dining and cafe culture, super friendly people and beautiful rural suburbs, it's easy to see why Ottawa is one of the world's best-loved capital cities.

Do you need a car in Ottawa? ›

You don't need a car if you're staying in downtown Ottawa. It's all pretty walkable and there's a water taxi behind the Parliament buildings. You should be able to do that whole trip by train & public transport/taxi/uber. Via rail has sales online on Tuesdays.

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