Summer may be over but the fun certainly isn’t. Toronto can be enjoyable to visit any time of the year, but the month of September is often considered one of the best. The rest of this post will highlight why this is the case.
- The weather: Not too hot, not too cold.
September consistently delivers some of the best weather of the year. The summer humidity has lessened yet the days are still warm enough to leave your heavy jackets at home. So this makes for great weather to walk around and explore new neighbourhoods and see the sights. Lets be honest too, no one wants to walk around the city when its -20 degrees in the winter, so get out there while you can!
- Toronto International Film Festival: Movie stars and star-studded events.
The Toronto International Film Festival commonly known as TIFF takes over Toronto’s Entertainment district for 10 days in September. The city is a buzz with an endless list of world premieres, celebrities and parties. One of the best parts of the festival is you don’t have to spend any money to enjoy it. Simply take a walk down King St. West between Spadina and University and see events, booths food vendors and so much more. Keep you eyes peeled for celebrities too as they descend on the city for premieres and parties.
- Less crowds: Quieter lines at major attractions
There is no denying that the CN Tower is a must see for anyone in Toronto, but it is also well known that this attraction is busy especially in the summer months. In Toronto most schools start back up in September and the summer rush has ended, meaning there aren’t as many children and parents visiting these attractions. So get out there and see the best and busiest attractions Toronto has to offer.