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What to Do in Toronto on a Business Trip
Enjoy this business travel guide that tells what to do in Toronto, lists some of the best restaurants in Toronto, and provides convenient rental car locations
Things to Do in Toronto
In a city as large and populated as this one, you ought to have no problem finding ways to stay entertained during free time on your business trip. Here are just a few of the entertainment options in Toronto:
TIFF Bell Lightbox is home to the world’s largest public film festival held every year in September. If you can’t attend the actual event, we suggest you make a point of stopping by the TIFF Bell Lightbox for a few hours of entertainment during your downtime. This massive film center is a work of architectural beauty offering frequent workshops, lectures, movie screenings, and so much more. If you’re looking for easy, endless entertainment in Toronto, you’ll find it at the TIFF Bell Lightbox.
The Royal Ontario Museum is the largest museum in all of Canada and is fully loaded with ways to fascinate and entertain you for at least an hour or two. Wander through carefully constructed exhibits that are oriented around art, culture, and natural history.
Go to a Hockey Game
Canadians in this city love their hockey team, the Toronto Maple Leafs. Being a spectator on their home turf can be an exhilarating experience. If you’re visiting during hockey season, snag a seat at the Air Canada Centre. If you can’t catch a game, you can always revel in the sport at the Hockey Hall of Fame on Yonge street.
2766 Dundas St. W
Toronto, ON, Canada
If you’re craving fresh seafood like Atlantic cod and littleneck clams, Honest Weight is the restaurant for you. You’ll find this delicious eatery in the Junction, a neighborhood that stuck with their prohibition on alcohol until 1998!
Mustafa Turkish Pizza
866 Wilson Ave
North York, ON, Canada
Mustafa Turkish Pizza is a foodie goldmine in a cave. Their restaurant is designed to make you feel like you're in a cave while you munch on thin, crispy Turkish pizza and savory rotisserie lamb.
503 College St.
Toronto, ON, Canada
DaiLo is a unique little diner that puts a French twist on classic Cantonese cuisine. Take your time exploring their menu of odd yet tantalizing dishes like wafer-wrapped watermelon chunks.