To get the most out of your trip, you need to plan ahead of time. The first step is to book a hotel that is close to the things that interest you most. Rooms in or near Harbourfront are ideal if you want to see a Broadway musical or catch a Raptors game, stroll the lakefront, or soak up some heritage at the opera, sonatas, or symphony.


 Luxury shopping and dining in Yorkville (which is conveniently located at the intersection of two major subway lines) might be a better fit for you if museums, restaurants, and shopping are your thing.

Consider staying at one of the Queen West luxury resorts if you want to experience the neighborhood as a local would, complete with meandering the streets and frequenting the hip restaurants and shops.

It’s possible to see a lot in a short period of time, but not everything. Make a list of your top priorities and stick to it. Allow yourself some time to wander. Plan breaks for coffee or Ontario microbrews. Be honest with yourself about how you prefer to see the world. The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) can take an afternoon if you’re a museum snob, but if you’re more selective, you’ll be done in an hour.

Make a day-to-day schedule based on where you are in the world. Kensington and Chinatown go well together, but High Park and The Beach don’t work as well.

Give up the car and invest in a TTC day pass to save money and enjoy unrestricted access to the city’s subways and streetcars.

Gambling on the internet

Even though you can do this activity anywhere, Canada has places where you can play that are warm and comfortable. In addition to a conducive environment, Ontario has one of the world’s best internet fiber connections, so you can access fast internet no matter where you are.

If the temperature outside is too low and you end up confined to your hotel room or Airbnb for the duration of your trip, you might find that engaging in some slot machine play or one of your other preferred casino games is a fun way to pass the time. With Ontario being an excellent place for online gambling it would be a good idea if you visit an to pass some time.

How to save money while in Ontario 

As a result, Toronto City saves money and time. With the C$61.50 plus tax one-time fee for admission to the Toronto Zoo, visitors save more than C$50.

A number of museums and art collections, including the TD Centre’s Gallery of Inuit Art, the Museum of Modern Canadian Art, and the Power Plant gallery at the Harbourfront Centre, is always free (or pay-what-you-can).

There are usually one or two free, remuneration, or half-price evenings each week, usually on a Tuesday, Friday, or Thursday night at the major museums like the Art Gallery Of Ontario, the Bata Shoe Gallery, the Gardiner Museum of Tiles Art, and the Textile Museum of Canada.