Toronto is the 3rd must-see city in the world.
Just Google it if you don’t believe us.
In a September marketing report released from the search giant, Google “looked across billions of searches to see travellers’ digital journey to this year’s hot spots.”
- Toronto tourism to hit record high in 2016
- 20 FREE Toronto events to check out in October
- 14 Toronto events and festivals to check out this October
Based on the first half of the year, and relying on information from both YouTube and Google searches, the site determined that 2016’s emerging world hot-spots were:
4. Mexico City
We’ll take it. Even though the people most likely to visit us are hockey fans from Michigan:
Not only that, the people coming to Toronto in droves are thinking about doing it, and then booking it, on Mondays and Tuesdays more than any other day of the week. Which makes sense, really. You just had a great weekend, you go back to work, realize you quasi hate your life, and you need to get on a plane asap.
Speaking of which, we just got an intense desire to go and see the Northern Lights…see you in Reykjavik.