Toronto Itinerary 2 Days

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Recent Itineraries for 2 Days in Toronto

Here are the recent itineraries by tourists who have visited Toronto. Stop wondering what to do for 2 days in Toronto as these trip plans will help you decide easily. Select any of the customised itineraries and modify it according to your preference to have a great weekend in Toronto.

2 Days in Toronto - Perfect Weekend Guide

One of the most popular cities in Canada, Toronto presents you with a great mix of modern buildings, natural beauty, festivities, and sports. Featuring a wide range of popular attractions and recreational options, Toronto beckons visitors for a fun-filled time. This Toronto Itinerary 2 Days gives you an idea about how to make the most of your 2 days in Toronto. Given below is the list of popular places that you can cover on your two-day trip-

How to spend 2 days in Toronto?

The Royal Ontario Museum

Nestled at the northern end of the University of Toronto campus, The Royal Ontario Museum features a diverse range of historical relics spanning across several thousand years and a plethora of eras and ages. With more than six million artefacts on display, it is Canada's largest museum of world cultures and natural history.

The Toronto Zoo

A short distance away from the city centre, The Toronto Zoo is home to several adorable animals like polar bears, rhinos and lions. However, the star attraction at the zoo is the pair of giant panda cubs - Jia PanPan (male) and Jia YueYue (female). People from all corners of Canada come to watch these playful and mischievous cubs playing together.

Casa Loma

Casa Loma is the only full-size castle in North Toronto. Constructed by Sir Henry Pellatt, it is a grand palatial structure which was built in the early 1900s. Featuring everything that constitutes a castle, from secret passageways, stables, gardens to wine cellars and towers, Casa Loma is a popular tourist attraction in Toronto.

Kensington Market

A marketplace known for its funky shops selling quirky antiques and vintage items, Kensington Market is a perfect destination that offers you with the best of shopping and fun. The large number of cafes, pubs, and restaurants also make Kensington Market a paradise for foodies.

CN Tower

CN (Canadian National) Tower is the tallest standing building in Canada. Featuring several viewing platforms and a revolving restaurant, CN Tower is a prime attraction in Toronto. On a clear day, visitors are treated to sweeping views of the Niagara Falls and the New York State from the highest viewing platform of this building.

Hockey Hall of Fame

A visit to Toronto is incomplete without a dose of hockey. Hockey Hall of Fame, located to the east of Union Station, is a huge museum spread over an area of 65,000 square feet. Housing precious memorabilia like original Stanley Cup, Max Bentley's stick and Terry Sawchuk's goalie gear, this museum is a must-visit place for all the sports lovers.


An area brimming with uber-cool boutiques, designer-wear shops, high-end hotels, and elite galleries, Yorkville is a part-commercial-part-residential neighbourhood in Toronto which boasts of a hippie vibe. Perfect for chilling and spending some relaxed time indulging in retail therapy, a visit to Yorkville is a treat to the eyes.

Best Hotels in Toronto for 2 Day Trip

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