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Leave the in-laws at home and cozy up to that special someone in Toronto.

The holidays are a magical time, especially when you are lucky enough to get to celebrate it with the person you love. So take a trip to Toronto this holiday and enjoy the best of what the city has to offer. From romantic dinners in the city’s hottest restaurants, to luxurious hotel accommodations, to a romantic stroll through the city hand in hand.

 
Couples Holiday Packages
  • Romantic Holiday Packages

    Give your special someone an early holiday gift, a weekend away from the in-laws in Toronto.

     
  • Hotel with Parking Or breakfast

    Come enjoy the city and everything it has to offer this holiday, and we'll take care of the parking, or breakfast.

     
  • Priceless Toronto

    Toronto and MasterCard have joined forces to bring you exclusive Toronto getaways.

     
 
For couples visiting Toronto
+ - Dinner with a view

Who needs dessert when you’ve got a view like this? Watch the holiday lights twinkle from the spectacular views at some of Toronto’s top restaurants. Check out the spectacular view at 180 Panorama at Manulife Centre. Located on the 51st floor, this uptown spot is home to two of Canada’s highest patios. + More

There is also the downtown view of Scaramouche, One of the most luxe dining experiences in the city; this restaurant has played a vibrant part in Toronto’s dining scene for more than 30 years. But if you’re headed downtown, check out Canoe, Located on the 54th floor of the TD Centre, this restaurant offers a breathtaking view of the city and Lake Ontario. No matter where you go, you’ll be sure to find something to delight all your senses.

Looking for other places to wine and dine your sweetheart? Check out these couple-friendly restaurants with a great view:

  • Roof Lounge (Park Hyatt)
  • C5 (ROM)
  • Luma (TIFF Lightbox)
  • 360 restaurant at CN Tower

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+ - Holiday Shows

Let the sounds of the season fill the air, and your hearts. Toronto offers many musical performances to help set the mood of your trip. + More

From the dazzling show-stopping artistry of a Merry Toronto Symphony Orchestra Christmas, to the glorious and stirring performance of Handel’s Messiah, where the Toronto Symphony Orchestra joins forces with the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir’s and internationally renowned, award-winning vocal artists, and conductor Nicholas McGegan at Toronto’s Roy Thompson Hall.

Looking for something a little more jolly? Then check out Second City’s Nut-cracking Holiday Revue, a seasonal blend of hilarious scenes, songs and their trademark improvisation with a sprig of holiday mischief for a night of spirited fun. Or celebrate the tradition of “Canada’s favourite storyteller”, Stuart McLean & the Vinyl Café as they stop in Toronto for their 2012 Christmas Tour. Or, see them all with our Romantic Holiday package.

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+ - Romantic strolls

Nothing says holiday like taking a walk in a winter wonderland. + More

Toronto is a city enjoyed on two feet. From the glitter and sparkle of holiday displays, to the intimate boutiques, there are more than enough romantic holiday stroll options to keep you and your loved one busy all weekend long.

Bloor-Yorkville a.k.a. Mink Mile
Stroll through Bloor -Yorkville and get into the spirit of the season. Take in the lighting displays and holiday events in one of Toronto's most decadent neighbourhoods. A network of laneways, cobblestone courtyards and streets lined with charming Victorian restorations, Yorkville is filled with antique shops, art galleries, jewelers, designer boutiques and luxury fashion stores. Stop to look at Holt Renfrew’s designer Holiday windows or have a drink at the Roof lounge on the 18th floor of the Park Hyatt Hotel.

Yonge Street/Yonge-Dundas Square
Take a stroll down Yonge St. and you’ll be amazed by the lights suspended above the street, three-dimensional sleigh and reindeer, magical holiday window displays and much more. Make your way to Yonge-Dundas Square and be dazzled by an array of extraordinary holiday lighting installations.

Queen Street
Continue on Queen Street where you can see The Bay’s annual holiday window display, or go skating at Nathan Phillips square. Don’t worry, there are plenty of places to stop to eat and drink along the way.

The Historic Distillery District
Get transported back in time this holiday with a visit to the Historic Distillery District. Stroll down the brick-paved lanes amidst a charming collection of vibrantly restored Victorian Industrial buildings. It’s home to live theatre, galleries, fashion, design and jewelry boutiques, unique cafes, award-winning restaurants, and from November 30th to December 16th, the Lowe’s Toronto Christmas Market. A free annual event that transforms the Distillery District into a magical and romantic setting that recreates the sights, sounds and smells of a traditional European Christmas market.

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Event Listings
NOVEMBER +
La Cage Aux Folles Oct 10 - Nov. 18 Learn more
FREE Window Wonderland Nov. 1 - 30 Learn more
Royal Agricultural Winter Fair Nov. 2 - 11 Learn more
Ice, Wine & Dine Nov. 3 Learn more
Winter Rocks Nov. 8 - Jan. 31 Learn more
2012 HHOF Induction Weekend celebration Nov. 9 - 12 Learn more
FREE Illuminate Nov. 10 Learn more
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (National Ballet) Nov. 10 - 25 Learn more
Cinderella Nov. 12 - Dec. 30 Learn more
Jekyll and Hyde Nov. 14 - 18 Learn more
FREE Holiday Magic Mid-Nov. to Jan Learn more
Gourmet Food & Wine Expo Nov. 15 - 18 Learn more
Seasons Christmas Show Nov. 16 - 18 Learn more
100th Grey Cup Festival Nov. 16 - 25 Learn more
FREE Cavalcade of Lights Nov. 17th Learn more
FREE Buskertainment Nov. 17 - Dec. 23 Learn more
FREE Santa Claus Parade Nov. 18th Learn more
Second City's Nut-cracking Holiday Revue Nov. 18 - Dec. 28 Learn more
One of a Kind Christmas Show & Sale Nov. 22 - Dec. 2 Learn more
Ross Petty's Snow White Nov. 23 - Jan. 5 Learn more
FREE Lowe's Toronto Chirstmas Market at the Distillery District Nov. 30 - Dec. 16 Learn more
HHOF 1972 Summit Series 40th Anniversary Tribute Until December 31 Learn more
Beyond Planet Earth: The future of Space Exploration Until January 3 Learn more
SPORT Until January 6 Learn more
Mathemagical! From Magic Square to Magic Wear Until January 13 Learn more
Designing 007: 50 Years of Bond style Until January 20 Learn more
Ultimate Dinosaurs: Giants from Gondwana Until March 17 Learn more
Krieghoff: Images of Canada Ongoing Learn more
DECEMBER +
FREE Kidzfest Dec. 1 Learn more
Miracle on Mercer Street Dec 1 – Dec 31 Learn more
A Christmas Carol Dec. 3 - 29 Learn more
Stuart McLean & the Vinyl Café - 2012 Christmas Tour Dec. 7 - 9 Learn more
Polar Express Dec. 9 Learn more
A Merry TSO Christmas Dec. 11 - 12 Learn more
Bills vs. Seattle Dec. 16 Learn more
TSO Handel's Messiah Dec. 18 - 23 Learn more
The Nutcracker (National Ballet) Dec. 19 - Jan. 5 Learn more
36th Annual Christmas Treats Walk Dec. 26 Learn more
The Wizard of Oz Begins Dec. 2012 Learn more
HHOF 1972 Summit Series 40th Anniversary Tribute Until December 31 Learn more
Beyond Planet Earth: The future of Space Exploration Until January 3 Learn more
SPORT Until January 6 Learn more
Mathemagical! From Magic Square to Magic Wear Until January 13 Learn more
Designing 007: 50 Years of Bond style Until January 20 Learn more
Ultimate Dinosaurs: Giants from Gondwana Until March 17 Learn more
Krieghoff: Images of Canada Ongoing Learn more
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