TORONTO, June 8 /CNW/ - This summer, new travel packages make Toronto an
easy, exciting and affordable summer adventure. One-of-a-kind festivals, major
league sports, spectacular theatre, discovery exhibits and family fun start at
$83 USD/$92 CAD for a hotel package including breakfast and admission to a
"With so many new events this summer there has never been a better time
to visit Toronto," said David Whitaker, President and CEO of Tourism Toronto.
Toronto Summer Adventure packages combine accommodation at one of 32
participating hotels along with tickets to the critically acclaimed show We
Will Rock You or admission to special exhibits such as Dinosaurs Alive! at the
Toronto Zoo and the Ontario Science Centre's Titanic: The Artifact Exhibit.
All summer long visitors who stay a second night receive a bonus of two
tickets to a Toronto Blue Jays game. Plus a $25 gas card is included for
summer travelers staying at select hotels outside of the downtown core.
"With no passport required for land travel in 2007, we encourage our U.S.
visitors to cross the border for a weekend and see all that Toronto has to
offer," said Mr. Whitaker.
Featured Summer Adventure packages:
- The Toronto Zoo - from $83 USD/$92 CAD per night with breakfast and
admission to see Dinosaurs Alive! at the Toronto Zoo
- We Will Rock You - from $245 USD/$264 CAD per couple with breakfast
and premium tickets to the show
- Greater Toronto Boutique Towns - from $83 USD/$92 CAD per night
including breakfast and a free $25 gas card at select hotels
- Taste of the Danforth - from $83 USD/$92 CAD per night with
- Caribana - from $83 USD/ $92 CAD per night with breakfast
(*)With any of the above packages, visitors who book a two-night stay
will receive a bonus of two Blue Jays tickets.
All summer long Toronto features hundreds of special events and
- We Will Rock You (to September 2)
- Pride Festival (June 15 - 24)
- Taste of Little Italy (June 15 - 17)
- TD Canada Trust Toronto Jazz Festival (June 22 - July 1)
- Canada Dry: Festival of Fire (June 29 - July 7)
- Harbourfront Centre World Routes 2007 (June 29 - September 3)
- FIFA U20 World Cup (June 30 - July 22)
- Steelback Grand Prix of Toronto (July 6 - 8)
- Summerlicious (July 6 - 22)
- Caribana (July 8 - August 12)
- Rogers Chinese Lantern Festival (July 19 - October 7)
- 19th Annual Beaches International Jazz Festival (July 20 - 29)
- 2007 Canadian Open at Angus Glen Golf Club (July 23 - 29)
- Just for Laughs Toronto (July 26 - 28)
- Unionville Open Golf Street Party (July 26 - 29)
- Cirque du Soleil - Kooza (August 9 - September 23)
- Taste of the Danforth (August 10 - 12)
- Toronto's Festival of Beer (August 10 - 12)
- Rogers Cup Tennis (August 11 - 19)
- Canadian National Exhibition (August 17 - September 3)
- Toronto International Film Festival (September 6 - 15)
- Architecture Days (September 24 - 30)
- Nuit Blanche (September 29)
For a full calendar of summer events in Toronto visit
For more information on packages visit TorontoSummerAdventures.com or
Tourism Toronto is an industry association of more than 1,100 members
established to sell and market the Greater Toronto Region as a remarkable
destination for tourists, convention delegates and business travelers around
the globe. For more information please visit www.torontotourism.com.
Note to editors: Rate information is subject to currency fluctuations.
Packages calculated at $0.90 USD= $1.00 CAD.
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