Things to do in Toronto in March
Visiting Toronto in March allows you to explore the city and its many attractions at a fraction of peak season prices – not to mention the lack of crowds.
During March Toronto starts the transition from the harsh Canadian winter to the warmer spring months with the promise of summer on the horizon.
As well as breathtaking views through the floor to ceiling glass windows, visitors to the CN Tower can enjoy the 360 Restaurant and weather permitting the Edge Walk – at 116 stories high.
St. Lawrence Market
Open to the public each day from Tuesday to Saturday, the market complex has more than 120 specialty vendors as well as restaurants, an authentic Saturday farmers market.
Distillery Historic District
You’ll find some of Toronto’s best boutiques, a great selection of bars, restaurants and cafes together with the city’s most exciting galleries and artists studios.
CF Toronto Eaton Centre
It is home to over 230 retailers and restaurants including some of Canada’s largest retailers such as Roots and Hudson’s Bay Department Store.
Frozen, Niagara Falls is a silent wonder, its tremendous natural power held back by the cold of winter straining to be unleashed again.
Niagara on the Lake
Rich with natural splendour and gorgeous local products, lookout for opportunities to sample the local ice wine.
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