Food Festival Season: Toronto Summer 2019

Hello all,

After the success of my 2018 post for this, figure I’d see if lightning would strike twice you know?

I feel like many people in Toronto work on their bodies during the winter to get a ‘summer body’ but for us that means like, lose weight that you’re basically going to put back on attending all these damn food festivals.

If there's any food fest I forgot, feel free to add it in the comments so other people can take advantage and see it! I got you covered from May ALLLLL the way to September.


Dixonlicious

Date: Thursday, May 9th, 2019

Location: Daniels Spectrum, 585 Dundas St. East, Toronto

Tickets: $85.00 - $95.00

Website: Click Here

Notes: This event gives all its proceeds to Meals on Wheels, Children and Youth Programs, Summer camp etc. The cost of the ticket gives you entry and at the venue you will be able to try different signature items from restaurants around Regent Park that come with a complementary beverage, also included in the price.


Yonge and Dundas Square Rib Fest

Date: Thursday, May 16th - Sunday, May 19th, 2019

Location: 1 Dundas St. East, Downtown Toronto 

Tickets: Free

Website: Click Here

Notes: I realize there's a bunch of these all over the GTA - if you go look for your specific city I'm almost 100% you probably will find one coming closer to you.


Spring Beerfest TO

Date: Saturday, May 18th - Sunday, May 19th, 2019

Location: Fort York: Garrison Common, Downtown Toronto

Tickets: $24.00 General Admission (includes a commemorative mug, tickets on sale April 9th)

Website: Click Here

Notes: I didn’t even know there was a spring version of Beerfest, but it’s for Victoria Day long weekend so I imagine it probably gets very busy.


Black Owned Food Market

Date: Sunday, May 19th, 2019

Location: Wynchwood Barns, Downtown Toronto

Tickets: Free

Website: Click Here

Notes: This event will feature various Afro-Caribbean staple foods, presented to you by the Black Owned Unity whose aim is to create opportunities that support black business. Can’t lose with Caribbean food, ever. Definitely a must-attend.


Poutinefest

Date: Friday, May 24th - Sunday, May 26th, 2019

Location: Yonge-Dundas Square, Downtown Toronto

Tickets: Free

Website: Click Here

Notes: I missed this last year and probably will fail again this year, don’t be like me.


Burgermania

Date: Friday, May 31st - Sunday, June 2nd, 2019

Location: Yonge-Dundas Square, Downtown Toronto

Tickets: Free

Website: Click Here

Notes: I would like to know how I have never heard of this? I LOVE HAMBURGERS. They’ll have all kinds as well for the meat, veggie and gluten-free folks.


Riverside Eats and Beats Streetfest

Date: Saturday, June 1st, 2019

Location: Queen St. East to DVP, Riverside, Toronto

Tickets: Free

Website: Click Here

Notes: Over 50 local restaurants open up their doors with special promotions and live entertainment.


Brunch Fest

Date: Saturday, June 1st - Sunday, June 2nd, 2019

Location: The Grounds at Hotel X, Downtown Toronto

Tickets: $7.95 - $12.95

Website: Click Here

Notes: This is one of those ‘DON’T MISS THIS’ events. I have an awesome time every year. The food is very good and there’s always a crazy amount of options for sweet and savory.


The Mac and Cheese Festival

Date: Friday, June 7th - Sunday, June 9th, 2019

Location: Roundhouse Park, Downtown Toronto

Tickets: Free

Website: Click Here

Notes: Yessssss, they’re back downtown. Big win. Delicious!


Toronto Taste 2019

Date: Sunday, June 9th, 2019

Location: Evergreen Brick Works, Toronto

Tickets: $260.00 (with $150.00 tax receipt)

Website: Click Here

Notes: The proceeds from this event go to Second Harvest. The cost gets you entry into the event, along with UNLIMITED access to delicious food from 50 different restaurants along with wine, spirits and craft beers.


Taco Fest

Date: Friday, June 14th - Sunday, June 16th, 2019

Location: Ontario Place, West Island, Downtown Toronto

Tickets: $9.95 - $14.95

Website: Click Here

Notes: Tacos. That’s it, that’s the explanation.


Taste of Little Italy

Date: Friday, June 14th - Sunday, June 16th, 2019

Location: College Street, Downtown Toronto

Tickets: Free

Website: Click Here

Notes: I’m definitely making it this year! I failed in 2018 and will not be held back from the pasta and cannoli I deserve in my life.


Foodalicious

Date: Saturday, June 15th - Sunday, June 16th, 2019

Location: 35 Carl Hall Road, Toronto

Tickets: $8.00 (general) - $100.00 (VIP family pass)

Website: Click Here

Notes: Looks like a pretty big event since there’s rides for kids and a wholeeeee bunch of food vendors.


Taste of Asia

Date: Friday, June 28th - Sunday, June 30th, 2019

Location: Kennedy Road just North of Steeles Avenue East, Markham

Tickets: Free

Website: Click Here

Notes: 150 booths will be at this gathering, so expect a huge turnout and lots of variety!


Taste of Lawrence

Date: Friday, July 5th - Sunday, July 7th, 2019

Location: Lawrence Ave. E. from Warden Ave. to Birchmount Rd., Scarborough 

Tickets: Free

Website: Click Here

Notes: Another event I failed to get to in 2018 that I might try to get to in 2019. The food selection looks superb, with 130 street vendors participating.


Salsa on St. Clair

Date: Saturday, July 6th - Sunday, July 7th, 2019

Location: St. Clair Avenue West between Winona and Christie, Downtown Toronto

Tickets: Free

Website: Click Here

Notes: I’ve never been, yes, yes I am ashamed.


Pizza Fest

Date: Friday, July 19th - Sunday, July 21st, 2019

Location: Ontario Place, Downtown Toronto

Tickets: $7.95 - $12.95

Website: Click Here

Notes: I feel like last year was the inaugural year for this event and that’s why I didn’t make it there? But this year? NOT MISSING IT.


Halal Food Fest

Date: Saturday, July 20th - Sunday, July 21st, 2019

Location: 6900 Airport Rd, Entrance 5, Mississauga

Tickets: $5.00

Website: Click Here

Notes: This event will likely have some of the best seasoned food around, so for all my non-pork eating friends, make your way there.


Brazilfest

Date: Sunday, July 21st, 2019

Location: Earlscourt Park, Toronto

Tickets: Free

Website: Click Here

Notes: Apparently this is Canada’s largest Brazilian Cultural Event and all I want to know is like, will they have caipirinha’s or nah?


Toronto Festival of Beer

Date: Friday, July 26th - Sunday, July 28th, 2019

Location: Bandshell Park, Exhibition Place, Downtown Toronto

Tickets: $45-$70 for the times that aren't sold out already (5 beer sampling tokens included for the lowest tiered one)

Website: Click Here

Notes: I saw Ludacris in 2018 and Method Man in 2017…. this year it looks like both the Friday AND Sunday will have a pretty impressive lineup. The Friday will have Public Enemy (without Flav) and the Sunday will have Ja Rule and Ashanti (unless Ja decides to participate in some next Fyre scam). I’ve never had a bad time at Beer Fest, I definitely encourage everyone to go at some point.


The Rosé Picnic

Date: Saturday, July 27th, 2019

Location:  Stanley Barracks @ Hotel X, Downtown Toronto

Tickets: $30.00 (general admission, comes with 1 wine glass, 1 wine bag) - $5,000.00 (VIP Suite for Group of 20, comes with like eight bottles of champagne and food)

Website: Click Here

Notes: I have never even heard of this event, but this also might be because I don’t drink champagne or wine. An estimated 3500 people come for the event, there is A LOT of wine, champagne, food and you get to listen to music on some pink blankets.


Taste of the Middle East

Date: Saturday, July 27th, 2019

Location:  Yonge-Dundas Square, Downtown Toronto

Tickets: Free

Website: Click Here

Notes: Ooooh, I think this would be delicious to attend.


Food Truck Festival

Date: Friday, August 2nd - Monday, August 5th, 2019

Location: 1695 Queen St. East, Woodbine Park, Toronto

Tickets: Free

Website: Click Here

Notes: If you check the website, there are other dates for other locations around the GTA as well!!


Taste of India

Date: Sunday, August 4th, 2019

Location: Nathan Philips Square, Downtown Toronto

Tickets: Free

Website: Click Here

Notes: Go from West Indian to Indian in the same weekend as Caribana. VERY nice.


Jerkfest

Date: Friday, August 9th - Sunday, August 11th, 2019

Location: Centennial Park, Base of Ski Hills, Etobicoke

Tickets: $10.00

Website: Click Here

Note: A freaking staple in Toronto. Must-attend. They haven’t released the performers for 2019 yet, so make sure to check the website often.


Taste of the Danforth

Date: Friday, August 9th - Sunday, August 11th, 2019

Location: Danforth Avenue from Broadview to Jones Avenue, Toronto

Tickets: Free

Website: Click Here

Notes: You’re literally going to be either at Jerkfest or this so….. maybe both?


Beer, Bourbon & BBQ

Date: Friday, August 9th - Sunday, August 11th, 2019

Location: The Grounds at Hotel X, Downtown Toronto

Tickets: $7.95 - $12.95

Website: Click Here

Notes: Interesting that they moved this event up two weeks earlier than usual. If you can make time, definitely try to attend.


Vegandale Fest

Date: Saturday, August 10th, 2019

Location: Fort York, Garrison Common, Downtown Toronto

Tickets: $10-$15

Website: Click Here

Notes: I know some of you are Vegan, so here you go, you get a whole day.


Sweetery

Date: Saturday, August 10th - Sunday, August 11th, 2019

Location: David Pecaut Square, Downtown Toronto

Tickets: Free

Website: Click Here

Notes: If you have a sweet tooth, this is your time to shine.


Taste of Manila

Date: Saturday, August 17th - Sunday, August 18th, 2019

Location: Bathurst Street/Wilson Street, North York

Tickets: Free

Website: Click Here

Notes: Wooooo I love some pichi pichi and sapin sapin, I’m alllll in for this weekend. Yes.


Veg Food Fest

Date: Friday, September 6th - Sunday, September 8th, 2019

Location: Harbourfront Centre, Downtown Toronto

Tickets: Free

Website: Click Here

Notes: This event celebrates all things veg. If you are an herbivore, look this is for you!


Taste of the Kingsway

Date: Friday, September 6th - Sunday, September 8th, 2019

Location: Bloor St. West from Prince Edward Drive to Montgomery Road, Toronto

Tickets: Free

Website: Click Here

Notes: Over 150 exhibitors will be out and about to show off their culinary skills.


Cabbagetown Festival

Date: Saturday, September 7th - Sunday, September 8th, 2019

Location: Cabbagetown, Downtown Toronto

Tickets: Free

Website: Click Here

Notes: Along with numerous food vendors they have an opening ceremony, a kids area, various community events and a closing ceremony. Very nice, close by too - well, to me.


Roncesvalles Polish Festival

Date: Saturday, September 14th - Sunday, September 15th, 2019

Location: Roncesvalles, Downtown Toronto

Tickets: Free

Website: Click Here

Notes: Polka? Pierogi? Kielbasa? This is exactly how I’d want to begin preparing my hibernation body for the winter.


I would also like to give a special mention to these events, although not 'food events' - they got some great food AT the events: 

Pride Toronto (June 22nd - June 23rd, 2019) - Click Here

Afrofest (July 6th - July 7th, 2019) - Click Here

Caribana (August 1st - August 4th, 2019) - Click Here

CNE (August 16th - September 2nd, 2019) - Click Here 

Busker Fest (August 30th - September 2nd, 2019) - Click Here

And I will include the lengthy Summerlicious is in July 2019 - Click Here

 

Happy eating :) 

- Mirna 

Toronto to San Jose, Costa Rica Itinerary

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Who: Two People, Two Beds

Where: Toronto to San Jose, Costa Rica

When: Wednesday, September 4th - Wednesday, September 11th, 2019

Budget Per Person: $700.00


Flight: Toronto to San Jose | September 4th - September 11th

$396.00 CDN: roundtrip (quick layover in Atlanta, carry-on only)

Stay: AirBnB or Hotel for two | September 4th - September 11th

Option 1: $440.00 CDN ($220.00/per person); Looks big, Great reviews, Good location

Option 2: $565.00 CDN ($282.50/per person); Nice looking place, Good area, Great reviews

Option 3: $440.00 CDN ($220.00/per person); Central location, Looks good, Great reviews

Option 4: $356.00 CDN ($178.00/per person); Very nice looking place, Gated community, Little outside of the city, Perfect reviews

Option 5: $473.43 CDN ($236.72/per person); Basic Triple Room, Looks cozy, Great reviews, Close to transit

Option 6: $475.00 CDN ($237.50/per person); King Room, Looks like a hipster spot, Breakfast included, Great reviews, Good area

Total: Overall, if you go for the LEAST expensive options I posted it's about $574.00 per person for the trip and for the MOST expensive options it's about $678.50 per person for the trip.

Extras: If you plan on using AirBnB for the first time, click here for a free credit towards your stay OR if you choose Booking.com for the first time click here for a free credit. Also, if you plan on using Uber for the first time, click here for a free credit towards the ride.

- Mirna 

 

I am not a licensed travel agent of Ontario and make itineraries as a hobby. Any itineraries used by readers are of their own free will and choosing. Site owner is not responsible for any misadventures, mishaps, airline issues or accommodation issues that occur on trip itineraries that are posted or individually e-mailed to readers.

Toronto to Seychelles: Baecation

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Who: Two People, One Bed

Where: Toronto to Mahe, Seychelles

When: Tuesday, October 29th - Friday, November 8th, 2019

Budget Per Person: $1900.00


Flight: Toronto to Mahe | October 29th - November 8th

$1240.00 CDN: roundtrip (quick layovers)

Stay: AirBnB for Two | October 30th - November 8th

Option 1: $1103.00 CDN ($551.50/per person); Hipster looking place, Quiet area, Perfect reviews

Option 2: $973.00 CDN ($486.50/per person); Looks great, Close to beach, Good location, Nice views, Perfect reviews

Option 3: $938.00 CDN ($469.00/per person); Simple, Close to beach, Great reviews

Option 4: $1200.00 CDN ($600.00/per person); Close to beach, Looks cozy, Perfect reviews

Option 5: $1228.00 CDN ($614.00/per person); Awesome view of ocean, Perfect reviews, Looks nice

Total: Overall, if you go for the LEAST expensive options I posted it's about $1726.00 per person for the trip and for the MOST expensive options it's about $1854.00 per person for the trip.

Extras: If you plan on using AirBnB for the first time, click here for a free credit towards your stay OR if you choose Booking.com for the first time click here for a free credit. Also, if you plan on using Uber for the first time, click here for a free credit towards the ride.

- Mirna 

 

I am not a licensed travel agent of Ontario and make itineraries as a hobby. Any itineraries used by readers are of their own free will and choosing. Site owner is not responsible for any misadventures, mishaps, airline issues or accommodation issues that occur on trip itineraries that are posted or individually e-mailed to readers.

Toronto to Dallas: Solo Weekend Trip

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Who: One Person, One Bed

Where: Toronto to Dallas, Texas

When: Friday, August 23rd - Monday, August 26th, 2019

Budget: $600.00

Notes: All of these are entire places to yourself! No hostel business. If you are unsure about traveling solo, I wrote this post for you.


Flight: Toronto to Dallas | August 23rd - August 26th

$258.00 CDN: roundtrip (quick layovers)

Stay: AirBnB for one | August 23rd - August 26th

Option 1: $300.00 CDN; Good location, Looks great, Great reviews

Option 2: $305.00 CDN; Perfect reviews, Looks cozy, Nice, Good location

Option 3: $302.00 CDN; Looks very nice, Perfect reviews, Quiet area

Option 4: $277.00 CDN; Close to a lake, Looks very nice, Perfect reviews


Total: Overall, if you go for the LEAST expensive options I posted it's about $535.00 for the trip and for the MOST expensive options it's about $563.00 for the trip.

Extras: If you plan on using AirBnB for the first time, click here for a free credit towards your stay OR if you choose Booking.com for the first time click here for a free credit. Also, if you plan on using Uber for the first time, click here for a free credit towards the ride.

- Mirna 

 

I am not a licensed travel agent of Ontario and make itineraries as a hobby. Any itineraries used by readers are of their own free will and choosing. Site owner is not responsible for any misadventures, mishaps, airline issues or accommodation issues that occur on trip itineraries that are posted or individually e-mailed to readers.

Toronto to Reggae Sumfest 2019

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Who: Four people/Two Beds, Two people/Two beds

Where: Toronto to Montego Bay, Jamaica

When: Saturday, July 13th - Saturday, July 20th, 2019

Budget Per Person: $1000ish

Note: Reggae Sumfest 2019 will be taking place between July 14th - July 20th and if you want to purchase tickets, or get more information about it, that can be found hereAlso, I have no affiliation with the organizers of this event, I just do this because a lot of people requested cheaper alternatives for travel and after watching that incredible Buju concert? I can see why you’d want to attend this just to see him.


Flight: Toronto to Montego Bay | July 13th - July 20th

$678.00 CDN per person; roundtrip (direct, carry-on only)

Flight: Hamilton to Montego Bay | July 13th - July 20th

$450.00 CDN per person; roundtrip (direct, price WITH checked-in luggage)

 

Stay: AirBnB for four in Montego Bay | July 13th - July 20th

Option 1: $1357.00 CDN ($339.25/per person); Place looks very big, Nice, Good area, Perfect reviews

Option 2: $1432.00 CDN ($358.00/per person); Perfect reviews, Looks nice, Good area

Option 3: $1068.00 CDN ($267.00/per person); Very good location, Looks great, Perfect reviews

Option 4: $1402.00 CDN ($350.50/per person); Pool, Looks fancy pants, Good location, Perfect reviews, Bed + 2 Sofa Beds

Option 5: $948.00 CDN ($237.00/per person); In a gated community, Looks great, Perfect reviews, Good location

 

Stay: AirBnB for two in Montego Bay | July 13th - July 20th

Option 1: $512.0 CDN ($256.00/per person); Good size, Quiet area, Looks cozy, Great reviews

Option 2: $571.00 CDN ($285.50/per person); Perfect reviews, Looks big, Good location

Option 3: $733.00 CDN ($366.50/per person); Has a pool, Great location, Looks cute, Perfect reviews

Option 4: $501.00 CDN ($250.50/per person); Close to beach, Looks nice, Perfect reviews, Great location

Option 5: $682.00 CDN ($341.00/per person); Good location, Simple, Perfect reviews

Total: For four you're looking at between $687.00 CDN and $1036.00 CDN per person for the trip. For two you're looking at between $700.50 CDN and $1044.50 CDN per person for the trip.

Extras: If you plan on using AirBnB for the first time, click here for a free credit towards your stay OR if you choose Booking.com for the first time click here for a free credit. Also, if you plan on using Uber for the first time, click here for a free credit towards the ride.

- Mirna 

 

I am not a licensed travel agent of Ontario and make itineraries as a hobby. Any itineraries used by readers are of their own free will and choosing. Site owner is not responsible for any misadventures, mishaps, airline issues or accommodation issues that occur on trip itineraries that are posted or individually e-mailed to readers.

London For a Day: Walking Lots and Hipster Stuff

Look, this the second last post for my recap of the 12-days-in-Europe-Trip. It has been a LONG road to get all of these completed so again, thank you for putting up with my lack of timeliness.

London, England happened to be the second-last stop on this trip and that made it country #39 for my lifetime travels. I landed very early from a flight to Prague at London’s Heathrow airport. The horror stories I heard about this place seemed kind of irrelevant once I got there because I found customs to go pretty fast, they were nice and I guess because I only traveled with a backpack there was no luggage of mine for them to lose. I made it through Heathrow unscathed. VICTORY.

First I would like to say - THE CANADIAN DOLLAR CAN GO TO HELL. I withdrew 50 Quid and it cost me $88.41 Canadian. I thought Switzerland sucked for exchange rate and how much shit costs?

British Pound: ‘Hold my beer’.

My exchange rate…. oh the agony.

My exchange rate…. oh the agony.

I’m still pissed at this conversion rate. Fine, whatever.

So one thing that did NOT suck about coming to chip-chip-cheerio land was my friend Tare!! (I have embedded the link to his Instagram in the first name, so if you are a single woman who likes tall men that travel and sound like the long lost Nigerian member of the Beatles? TARE IS YOUR DUDE!)

He’s just going to love that description when he reads this.

Aside from the jokes, I had two people who really helped me with planning for London. My friend Joni who just recently hopped over the pond to Toronto and Tare who still lives there. I knew that the Tube in London was pretty well organized, but it truly helped a lot having two people explain it a bit better to me and give me advice.

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Me, learning where to go….

So basically the first order of business was getting this Heathrow Express pass thingy handled. I purchased that way ahead of time but I did notice that when I landed there was representatives for it absolutely everywhere so you can buy it at the airport as well.

It got me to Paddington Station pretty damn fast, I was impressed. Furthermore, once I arrived at Paddington there was a spot called Left Luggage inside of it that I was able to leave my backpack and laptop bag in so I could freely wander around London with nothing weighing me down. TWO big wins.

After this I literally just wandered around alone until it was time to link up with Tare. I made sure to go to Hyde Park and talk to myself out loud at the Speakers Corner on an issue I feel deeply about - that pita with cheese is NOT burek, it is sirnica. I ended up walking through some super upscale area with luxurious cars and embassies on every corner. Then I saw Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace and a partial view of Big Ben because it was surrounded by construction mostly. I guess I did the typical touristy stuff?

Tare and I finally found each other at some station downtown and he decided that part of my day should be spent looking at hipster stuff he likes. So I was like, OK sure. Let’s do that.

We end up at some place called Brick Lane? There was some pretty cool paintings and other artsy things there, although the building looked weird and drab from the outside. My favourite part of it was actually this one structure that had been erected of numerous OLD radios all playing one thing at the same time. When you see the picture of it below, you’ll see how nifty that looked.

After seeing Tare’s hipster stuff, it was time for him to take me to my most prized activity when I travel - food. I cannot thank him enough for bringing my foodie self to Borough Market. OHHHMMMGGG.

This market had absolutely everything and anything on display to eat and THEY LET YOU TAKE SAMPLES. Imagine if Costco was local produce? Yeah, that’s Borough Market. We tried cheeses and hot sauces and different desserts. Eventually we settled on eating some king prawns and BBQ chicken. (not samples, actually paid for this)

I looooved Borough Market. If I ever go back to London, that is going to be the first place I take the Tube to, mark my words.

Following the market, I went to see London Bridge and my lovely tour guide explained to me all the fancy pants things I needed to know about the bridge, about central London and also how to tell which soccer hooligan supported which soccer team just by the way they dress. Even without jerseys on. Wild.

We ended our day at this place called Shoreditch BoxPark. I really liked this place as well because there was lots of food, the music was great and there was alcohol. We sat down and complained about life, while drinking rum and cokes. This is how I wish EVERY day would end for me.

I was supposed to be responsible and catch a 7pm train to a WHOLEEE other part of London for my super early flight to Iceland - that definitely didn’t happen. I don’t think I even got into my hotel until closer to midnight. Real responsible adulting when it comes to me. But why sleep on your LAST night of vacation you know? Rather hang out and talk life with a foreign friend over drinks while cursing at some footy.

London was pretty cool. I don’t think I would have found it as cool if I didn’t have my own personal tour guide who knew all the random things to do that I may not have necessarily chosen on my own.

I’m sure London has a million more cool things to do, but I think between 8am and midnight I got to see and eat my way through it pretty well. Successful day trip, probably will end up back here again on some layover one day.

  • Mirna


Toronto to St. Maarten: Baecation

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Who: Two People, One Bed

Where: Toronto to St. Maarten

When: Thursday, June 13th - Tuesday, June 18th, 2019

Budget Per Person: $1000.00

Notes: I believe this is carry-on only. Should also note, one of the (many) awesome things about St. Maarten is you can take a ferry and visit the beautiful Anguilla, the expensive St. Bart’s and little Saba island while there!


Flight: Toronto to St. Maarten | June 13th - June 18th

$420.00 CDN: roundtrip (quick layovers)

Stay: Hotel or AirBnB for Two | June 13th - June 18th

Option 1: $1021.80 CDN ($510.90/per person); King Studio, At beach, Looks great, Great reviews

Option 2: $682.74 CDN ($341.37/per person); Lower Lobby Studio, Looks super cute, Beach, Great reviews

Option 3: $929.99 CDN ($465.00/per person); Junior Suite, Oceanfront, I stayed here and loved it, Awesome location

Option 4: $963.59 CDN ($481.80/per person); Deluxe Studio with Sea View, Great looking place, Nice views

Option 5: $620.00 CDN ($310.00/per person); Perfect reviews, By beach, By nightlife, Looks cozy

Option 6: $575.00 CDN ($287.50/per person); Simple, Close to beach, Perfect reviews, Close to transit

Total: Overall, if you go for the LEAST expensive options I posted it's about $707.50 per person for the trip and for the MOST expensive options it's about $930.90 per person for the trip.

Extras: If you plan on using AirBnB for the first time, click here for a free credit towards your stay OR if you choose Booking.com for the first time click here for a free credit. Also, if you plan on using Uber for the first time, click here for a free credit towards the ride.

- Mirna 

 

I am not a licensed travel agent of Ontario and make itineraries as a hobby. Any itineraries used by readers are of their own free will and choosing. Site owner is not responsible for any misadventures, mishaps, airline issues or accommodation issues that occur on trip itineraries that are posted or individually e-mailed to readers.

Toronto to Turks and Caicos: Quickie Group Trip

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Who: Four People, Two Beds

Where: Toronto to Turks and Caicos

When: Wednesday, April 3rd - Sunday, April 7th, 2019

Budget Per Person: $1000.00

Notes: Pretty sure this is carry-on only pricing.


Flight: Toronto to Turks | April 3rd - April 7th

$496.00 CDN: roundtrip (direct)

Stay: AirBnB for four | April 3rd- April 7th

Option 1: $1959.00 CDN ($489.75/per person); Looks huge, Looks nice, Great location, Perfect reviews

Option 2: $1505.00 CDN ($376.25/per person); Bed + Sofa bed, Pool, Looks very nice, Perfect reviews

Option 3: $997.00 CDN ($249.25/per person); Big place, Quiet area, Looks simple, Great reviews

Option 4: $1481.00 CDN ($370.25/per person); Great looking home, Good location, Great reviews

Option 5: $1512.00 CDN ($378.00/per person); Great location, Looks nice, Big, Close to Grace Bay, Great reviews

Option 6: $1316.00 CDN ($329.00/per person); Bed + Sofa bed, Looks cute, Quiet area, Perfect reviews

Total: Overall, if you go for the LEAST expensive options I posted it's about $745.25 per person for the trip and for the MOST expensive options it's about $985.75 per person for the trip.

Extras: If you plan on using AirBnB for the first time, click here for a free credit towards your stay OR if you choose Booking.com for the first time click here for a free credit. Also, if you plan on using Uber for the first time, click here for a free credit towards the ride.

- Mirna 

 

I am not a licensed travel agent of Ontario and make itineraries as a hobby. Any itineraries used by readers are of their own free will and choosing. Site owner is not responsible for any misadventures, mishaps, airline issues or accommodation issues that occur on trip itineraries that are posted or individually e-mailed to readers.

Toronto to Rome and Athens Itinerary

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Who: Two People, Two Beds

Where: Toronto to Rome, Italy and Athens, Greece

When: Saturday, September 7th - Tuesday, September 17th, 2019

Budget Per Person: $1200ish


Flight: Toronto to Rome | September 7th - September 17th

$571.00 CDN: roundtrip (quick layover in Lisbon, carry-on)

Stay: AirBnB for two | September 8th - September 12th

Option 1: $545.00 CDN ($272.50/per person); Popular place, Looks awesome, Close to Coliseum, Perfect reviews

Option 2: $527.00 CDN ($263.50/per person); Good location, Good reviews, Looks cozy

Option 3: $366.00 CDN ($183.00/per person); Perfect reviews, Looks simple, Good location

Option 4: $470.00 CDN ($235.00/per person); Close to the Vatican, Looks good, Great reviews

Option 5: $443.00 CDN ($221.50/per person); Looks cute, Great location, Close to transit, Great reviews

Flight: Rome to Athens | September 12th - September 17th

$162.00 CDN: roundtrip (direct, carry-on, lands with plenty time before flight home)

Stay: AirBnB for two | September 12th - September 17th

Option 1: $426.00 CDN ($213.00/per person); Very nice looking place, Good location, Great reviews

Option 2: $401.00 CDN ($200.50/per person); By the Acropolis, Looks great, Perfect reviews

Option 3: $332.00 CDN ($166.00/per person); Looks super cute, Great location, Perfect reviews

Option 4: $426.00 CDN ($213.00/per person); Nice looking home, Good area, Perfect reviews

Option 5: $455.00 CDN ($227.50/per person); Quiet area, Has lemons, Close to Acropolis, Perfect reviews

Total: Overall, if you go for the LEAST expensive options I posted it's about $1082.00 per person for the trip and for the MOST expensive options it's about $1233.00 per person for the trip.

Extras: If you plan on using AirBnB for the first time, click here for a free credit towards your stay OR if you choose Booking.com for the first time click here for a free credit. Also, if you plan on using Uber for the first time, click here for a free credit towards the ride.

- Mirna 

 

I am not a licensed travel agent of Ontario and make itineraries as a hobby. Any itineraries used by readers are of their own free will and choosing. Site owner is not responsible for any misadventures, mishaps, airline issues or accommodation issues that occur on trip itineraries that are posted or individually e-mailed to readers.

Toronto to Panama City: Quickie Group Trip

SPECS

Who: Four People, Two Beds

Where: Toronto to Panama City, Panama

When: Sunday, May 5th - Friday, May 10th, 2019

Budget Per Person: $750.00

Notes: Pretty sure this is carry-on only pricing.


Flight: Toronto to Panama City | May 5th - May 10th

$539.00 CDN: roundtrip (direct)

Stay: Hotel for four | May 5th - May 10th

Option 1: $538.98 CDN ($134.75/per person); Double Room, Rooftop Pool, Nice looking place, Great reviews

Option 2: $432.31 CDN ($108.08/per person); Double Room with Two Double Beds, Breakfast included, Looks nice, Pool

Option 3: $614.89 CDN ($153.72/per person); Two Queen Beds, Looks fancy, Pool, Great reviews, Good location

Option 4: $755.70 CDN ($188.93/per person); Twin Room, Very nice rooftop pool, Great reviews, Breakfast included

Option 5: $555.48 CDN ($138.87/per person); Two Queen Rooms, Breakfast included, Pool, Looks cozy

Total: Overall, if you go for the LEAST expensive options I posted it's about $647.08 per person for the trip and for the MOST expensive options it's about $727.93 per person for the trip.

Extras: If you plan on using AirBnB for the first time, click here for a free credit towards your stay OR if you choose Booking.com for the first time click here for a free credit. Also, if you plan on using Uber for the first time, click here for a free credit towards the ride.

- Mirna 

 

I am not a licensed travel agent of Ontario and make itineraries as a hobby. Any itineraries used by readers are of their own free will and choosing. Site owner is not responsible for any misadventures, mishaps, airline issues or accommodation issues that occur on trip itineraries that are posted or individually e-mailed to readers.

Toronto to Cancun: Solo Trip

SPECS

Who: One Person, One Bed

Where: Toronto to Cancun, Mexico

When: Thursday, June 6th - Tuesday, June 11th, 2019

Budget: $400.00

Notes: All of these are entire places to yourself! No hostel business. If you are unsure about traveling solo, I wrote this post for you. Also, if you want to get to Cancun and maybe take a day trip to another city in the area, I wrote this blog post on how to get to Tulum!


Flight: Toronto to Cancun | June 6th - June 11th

$236.00 CDN: roundtrip (direct)

YES THIS IS A REAL PRICE OK

YES THIS IS A REAL PRICE OK

Stay: AirBnB for one | June 6th - June 11th

Option 1: $155.00 CDN; Looks super cute, Perfect reviews, Great location, Close to transit

Option 2: $144.00 CDN; Good location, Looks cozy, Perfect reviews

Option 3: $134.00 CDN; By ADO Bus terminal, Looks cozy, Perfect reviews, Good location

Option 4: $141.00 CDN; Simple, Good area, Close to transit, Perfect reviews

Option 5: $156.00 CDN; Looks cozy, Good location, Great reviews, Pool


Total: Overall, if you go for the LEAST expensive options I posted it's about $370.00 for the trip and for the MOST expensive options it's about $392.00 for the trip.

Extras: If you plan on using AirBnB for the first time, click here for a free credit towards your stay OR if you choose Booking.com for the first time click here for a free credit. Also, if you plan on using Uber for the first time, click here for a free credit towards the ride.

- Mirna 

 

I am not a licensed travel agent of Ontario and make itineraries as a hobby. Any itineraries used by readers are of their own free will and choosing. Site owner is not responsible for any misadventures, mishaps, airline issues or accommodation issues that occur on trip itineraries that are posted or individually e-mailed to readers.

Toronto to Barbados: Baecation

SPECS

Who: Two People, One Bed

Where: Toronto to Barbados

When: Wednesday, June 12th - Monday, June 17th, 2019

Budget Per Person: $700.00

Notes: I realized that only because I like staying in one particular area of Barbados, doesn’t mean everyone does so the locations of the AirBnB’s are all over the island - not just the Gap.


Flight: Toronto to Barbados | June 12th - June 17th

$477.00 CDN: roundtrip (direct)

Stay: AirBnB two in Barbados | June 12th - June 17th

Option 1: $376.00 CDN ($188.00/per person); Awesome location, Looks cozy, Perfect reviews

Option 2: $413.00 CDN ($206.50/per person); Nice views, Looks peaceful, Perfect reviews

Option 3: $300.00 CDN ($150.00/per person); Very simple, Close to airport, Perfect reviews

Option 4: $376.00 CDN ($188.00/per person); Looks super cute, Close to beach, Perfect reviews

Option 5: $376.00 CDN ($188.00/per person); Very nice views, Perfect reviews, Looks great, Quiet area

Option 6: $301.00 CDN ($150.50/per person); Close to beach, Perfect reviews, Looks big

Option 7: $339.00 CDN ($169.50/per person); Right at the beach, Great location, Looks cozy, Perfect reviews

Total: Overall, if you go for the LEAST expensive options I posted it's about $627.00 per person for the trip and for the MOST expensive options it's about $683.50 per person for the trip.

Extras: If you plan on using AirBnB for the first time, click here for a free credit towards your stay OR if you choose Booking.com for the first time click here for a free credit. Also, if you plan on using Uber for the first time, click here for a free credit towards the ride.

- Mirna 

 

I am not a licensed travel agent of Ontario and make itineraries as a hobby. Any itineraries used by readers are of their own free will and choosing. Site owner is not responsible for any misadventures, mishaps, airline issues or accommodation issues that occur on trip itineraries that are posted or individually e-mailed to readers.

Toronto to Tel Aviv: Group Trip

SPECS

Who: Three People, Two Beds

Where: Toronto to Tel Aviv, Israel

When: Wednesday, June 5th - Wednesday, June 12th, 2019

Budget Per Person: $1000.00

Notes: Pretty sure this is carry-on only pricing.


Flight: Toronto to Tel Aviv | June 5th - June 12th

$584.00 CDN: roundtrip (nice layover on way back, can see Lisbon)

Stay: AirBnB for four | June 6th - June 12th

Option 1: $866.00 CDN ($288.67/per person); Good location, Great reviews, Looks cozy

Option 2: $1222.00 CDN ($407.33/per person); Close to the beach, Perfect reviews, Looks nice

Option 3: $1148.00 CDN ($382.67/per person); Place looks big, Close to beach, Great reviews, Close to transit

Option 4: $1114.00 CDN ($371.33/per person); Popular place, Very good location, Perfect reviews, Bed + Sofa bed

Option 5: $1200.00 CDN ($400.00/per person); Bed + 2 Sofa Beds, Looks super cute, Great area, Perfect reviews

Total: Overall, if you go for the LEAST expensive options I posted it's about $872.67 per person for the trip and for the MOST expensive options it's about $991.33 per person for the trip.

Extras: If you plan on using AirBnB for the first time, click here for a free credit towards your stay OR if you choose Booking.com for the first time click here for a free credit. Also, if you plan on using Uber for the first time, click here for a free credit towards the ride.

- Mirna 

 

I am not a licensed travel agent of Ontario and make itineraries as a hobby. Any itineraries used by readers are of their own free will and choosing. Site owner is not responsible for any misadventures, mishaps, airline issues or accommodation issues that occur on trip itineraries that are posted or individually e-mailed to readers.

Toronto to Bali: Baecation

SPECS

Who: Two People, One Bed

Where: Toronto to Bali, Indonesia

When: Wednesday, September 18th - Monday, September 30th, 2019

Budget Per Person: $1400ish

Note: I had like a honeymoon-idea for this trip so that’s what I’m basing it off of. The stays are ALL over the island so just depends if the couple is more beach, chill or party. Something for everyone! If you need inspiration for what to do while in Bali, just click here, I made a nice little list of things.


Flight: Toronto to Bali | September 18th - September 29th

$1005.00 CDN: roundtrip (long layover on way back in Taipei, I included a hotel at the bottom)

Stay: Hotel for two in Bali | September 19th - September 29th

Option 1: $702.00 CDN ($351.00/per person); One-Bedroom Villa with Private Pool, Breakfast included, Looks amazing, Great reviews, Ubud

Option 2: $609.00 CDN ($304.50/per person); Deluxe Double Room, Breakfast included, 5-star hotel, Looks great, Uluwatu

Option 3: $610.00 CDN ($305.00/per person); Deluxe Double Room with Sea View, Beach location, Looks very nice, Breakfast included, Nusa Penida

Option 4: $558.00 CDN ($279.00/per person); Villa with Garden View, Looks very romantic, Great reviews, Breakfast included, Jimbaran

Option 5: $591.00 CDN ($295.50/per person); Business Double Room, I stayed here and loved it, Breakfast included, Very nice staff, Great location, Kuta

Option 6: 376.00 CDN ($188.00/per person); Double Room, Looks super cute, Close to beach, Breakfast included, Great reviews, Seminkyak

Stay: Hotel for Two near TPE Airport | September 29th - September 30th

Option 1: $99.00 CDN ($49.50/per person); Double Room, Breakfast included, Close to airport, Looks cozy

Option 2: $82.00 CDN ($41.00/per person); Standard Double Room, Close to airport, Breakfast included

Option 3: $69.00 CDN ($34.50/per person); Standard Double Room, Looks cozy, Great location, Breakfast included

Total: Overall, if you go for the LEAST expensive options I posted it's about $1227.50 per person for the trip and for the MOST expensive options it's about $1405.50 per person for the trip.

Extras: If you plan on using AirBnB for the first time, click here for a free credit towards your stay OR if you choose Booking.com for the first time click here for a free credit. Also, if you plan on using Uber for the first time, click here for a free credit towards the ride.

- Mirna 

 

I am not a licensed travel agent of Ontario and make itineraries as a hobby. Any itineraries used by readers are of their own free will and choosing. Site owner is not responsible for any misadventures, mishaps, airline issues or accommodation issues that occur on trip itineraries that are posted or individually e-mailed to readers.

Toronto, Miami and New York to Trinidad Carnival 2020

SPECS

Who: Four people/Two Beds, Two people/Two beds

Where: Toronto, Miami and NY to Trinidad Carnival

When: Wednesday, February 19th - Wednesday, February 26th, 2020

Budget: Whatever I can find for cheap....

Note: I did flights from all three cities in their respective currencies, but the stays are only in Canadian Currency. For what it’s worth - that means you know it’ll cost you less because US Currency is higher. Also, in about three-four weeks I know Copa Airlines will release their flights for the NY and Miami crowd, might end up being a favorable price as well! I tried to find as many places as I could, not all are central POS but I promise none of them are all the way in Tobago. Hopefully after carnival is finished this week, more properties will put their prices/availability up for 2020.


TORONTO TO PORT OF SPAIN

Flight: Pearson International to Port of Spain | February 19th - February 26th

$672.26 CDN per person; roundtrip (direct, red-eye, choose the Caribbean Airlines option)

$824.87 CDN per person; roundtrip (direct, afternoon)


MIAMI TO PORT OF SPAIN

Flight: Miami International to Port of Spain | February 19th - February 26th

$591.60 USD per person; roundtrip (direct, choose the Caribbean Airlines option)


NEW YORK TO PORT OF SPAIN

Flight: JFK to Port of Spain | February 19th - February 26th

$973.11 USD per person; roundtrip (layover, red-eye)

$795.60 USD per person; roundtrip (direct, afternoon/evening, choose the Caribbean Airlines option)


 

Stay: AirBnB for four | February 19th - February 26th

Option 1: $2049.00 CDN ($512.25/per person); Place looks huge, Pool, Perfect reviews

Option 2: $1421.00 CDN ($355.25/per person); Perfect reviews, Looks cozy, Quiet area

Option 3: $1153.00 CDN ($288.25/per person); By UWI, Looks big, Nice, Perfect reviews

Option 4: $1426.00 CDN ($356.50/per person); Close to transit, Looks nice, Perfect reviews, Quiet area

Option 5: $1254.00 CDN ($313.50/per person); Looks cozy, Perfect reviews, Quiet area, There’s fruit trees

Option 6: $1487.00 CDN ($371.75/per person); Looks nice, Looks big, Perfect reviews, San Juan location

 

Stay: AirBnB for two | February 19th - February 26th

Option 1: $359.00 CDN ($179.50/per person); Private room (not whole place), Very good location, Good reviews, Looks simple

Option 2: $755.00 CDN ($377.50/per person); Perfect reviews, Good area, Looks cute

Option 3: $838.00 CDN ($419.00/per person); Looks great, Big, Perfect reviews, Good area

Option 4: $623.00 CDN ($311.50/per person); Perfect reviews, Closer to airport, Looks nice

Option 5: $877.00 CDN ($438.50/per person); By Chaguanas, Looks very nice, Perfect reviews


Total: For four you're looking at between $960.51 CDN and $1337.12 CDN per person for the trip. For two you're looking at between $851.76 CDN and $1263.37 CDN per person for the trip.

Extras: If you plan on using AirBnB for the first time, click here for a free credit towards your stay OR if you choose Booking.com for the first time click here for a free credit. Also, if you plan on using Uber for the first time, click here for a free credit towards the ride.

- Mirna 

 

I am not a licensed travel agent of Ontario and make itineraries as a hobby. Any itineraries used by readers are of their own free will and choosing. Site owner is not responsible for any misadventures, mishaps, airline issues or accommodation issues that occur on trip itineraries that are posted or individually e-mailed to readers.

Toronto to Nigeria: Baecation

SPECS

Who: Two People, One Bed

Where: Toronto to Lagos, Nigeria

When: Friday, May 17th - Monday, May 27th, 2019

Budget Per Person: $1500.00


Flight: Toronto to Lagos | May 17th - May 27th

$960.00 CDN: roundtrip (layover)

Stay: AirBnB or Hotel for two | May 18th - May 27th

Option 1: $605.00 CDN ($302.50/per person); Perfect reviews, Good location, Looks cozy

Option 2: $514.00 CDN ($257.00/per person); Good location, Looks simple, Great reviews

Option 3: $610.00 CDN ($305.00/per person); Great reviews, Looks nice, Good location

Option 4: $675.00 CDN ($337.50/per person); Place is huge, Looks cozy, Great reviews, Good area

Option 5: $750.00 CDN ($375.00/per person); Great location, Looks big, Looks cozy, Great reviews

Option 6: $980.00 CDN ($490.00/per person); Standard Double Room, Looks very nice, Pool, Good location

Option 7: $647.00 CDN ($323.50/per person); Looks cozy, Great reviews, Good area

Total: Overall, if you go for the LEAST expensive options I posted it's about $1217.00 per person for the trip and for the MOST expensive options it's about $1450.00 per person for the trip.

Extras: If you plan on using AirBnB for the first time, click here for a free credit towards your stay OR if you choose Booking.com for the first time click here for a free credit. Also, if you plan on using Uber for the first time, click here for a free credit towards the ride.

- Mirna 

 

I am not a licensed travel agent of Ontario and make itineraries as a hobby. Any itineraries used by readers are of their own free will and choosing. Site owner is not responsible for any misadventures, mishaps, airline issues or accommodation issues that occur on trip itineraries that are posted or individually e-mailed to readers.

Toronto to Montego Bay: Group Trip

SPECS

Who: Four People, Two Beds

Where: Toronto to Montego Bay, Jamaica

When: Thursday, April 11th - Tuesday, April 16th, 2019

Budget Per Person: $600.00


Flight: Toronto to Montego Bay | April 11th - April 16th

$417.00 CDN: roundtrip (direct)

Stay: AirBnB for four | April 11th - April 16th

Option 1: $557.00 CDN ($139.25/per person); Perfect reviews, Close to nightlife, Looks cozy

Option 2: $579.00 CDN ($144.75/per person); Looks super cute, Cozy, Perfect reviews, Good location

Option 3: $553.00 CDN ($138.25/per person); Quiet area, Looks big, Perfect reviews

Option 4: $401.00 CDN ($100.25/per person); Perfect reviews, Looks cozy, Quiet area

Option 5: $609.00 CDN ($152.25/per person); Rose Hall area, Close to the beach, Looks cozy, Perfect reviews

Total: Overall, if you go for the LEAST expensive options I posted it's about $517.25 per person for the trip and for the MOST expensive options it's about $569.25 per person for the trip.

Extras: If you plan on using AirBnB for the first time, click here for a free credit towards your stay OR if you choose Booking.com for the first time click here for a free credit. Also, if you plan on using Uber for the first time, click here for a free credit towards the ride.

- Mirna 

 

I am not a licensed travel agent of Ontario and make itineraries as a hobby. Any itineraries used by readers are of their own free will and choosing. Site owner is not responsible for any misadventures, mishaps, airline issues or accommodation issues that occur on trip itineraries that are posted or individually e-mailed to readers.

Toronto to Bogota Trip Itinerary: Victoria Day Long Weekend

SPECS

Who: Two People, Two Beds

Where: Toronto to Bogota, Colombia

When: Thursday, May 16th - Sunday, May 20th, 2019 (kind of May 21st)

Budget Per Person: $650.00

Notes: I made your stay until the 21st because the flight isn’t until late, figured you’d still want somewhere to crash. I should also include, that as a Canadian we have to pay a Reciprocity Fee to enter Colombia and I wrote all the info about that here.


Flight: Toronto to Bogota | May 16th - May 20th

$504.00 CDN: roundtrip (direct, lands early morning on the 21st)

Stay: AirBnB for two | May 16th - May 21st

Option 1: $282.00 CDN ($141.00/per person); Great looking place, Perfect reviews, Good location

Option 2: $201.00 CDN ($100.50/per person); Looks cozy, Perfect reviews, Good area

Option 3: $198.00 CDN ($99.00/per person); Great location, Looks nice, Perfect reviews

Option 4: $278.00 CDN ($139.00/per person); Very nice looking home, Good area, Perfect reviews

Option 5: $278.00 CDN ($139.00/per person); Great location, Awesome looking place, Perfect reviews


Total: Overall, if you go for the LEAST expensive options I posted it's about $603.00 per person for the trip and for the MOST expensive options it's about $645.00 per person for the trip.

Extras: If you plan on using AirBnB for the first time, click here for a free credit towards your stay OR if you choose Booking.com for the first time click here for a free credit. Also, if you plan on using Uber for the first time, click here for a free credit towards the ride.

- Mirna 

 

I am not a licensed travel agent of Ontario and make itineraries as a hobby. Any itineraries used by readers are of their own free will and choosing. Site owner is not responsible for any misadventures, mishaps, airline issues or accommodation issues that occur on trip itineraries that are posted or individually e-mailed to readers.

Toronto to Rome: 2-Person OR 4-Person Group Trip

SPECS

Who: Four People, Two Beds OR Two People, Two Beds

Where: Toronto to Rome, Italy

When: Monday, June 3rd - Monday, June 11th, 2019

Budget Per Person: $1000.00


Flight: Toronto to Rome | June 3rd - June 11th

$568.00 CDN: roundtrip (quick layovers, carry-on only)

Stay: AirBnB or Hotel for four | June 4th - June 11th

Option 1: $759.00 CDN ($189.75/per person); Popular place, Looks nice, By the Vatican, Great reviews

Option 2: $942.00 CDN ($235.50/per person); Looks super cute, Awesome location, Perfect reviews

Option 3: $1167.00 CDN ($291.75/per person); By the Coliseum, Looks cozy, Perfect reviews

Option 4: $1271.00 CDN ($317.75/per person); Beautiful home, Perfect reviews, Awesome location

Option 5: $1608.45 CDN ($402.11/per person); Quadruple Room, Looks cozy, Awesome location, Breakfast included

Option 6: $1695.59 CDN ($423.90/per person); Superior Quadruple Room, Looks super cute, Great reviews, Breakfast included, Great location

Stay: AirBnB for two | June 4th - June 11th

Option 1: $674.00 CDN ($337.00/per person); Awesome location, Perfect reviews, Bed + Sofa bed

Option 2: $573.00 CDN ($286.50/per person); Close to the Vatican, Looks very nice, Great reviews

Option 3: $490.00 CDN ($245.00/per person); Great reviews, Looks cute, Big, Good area

Option 4: $541.00 CDN ($270.50/per person); Close to transit, Looks nice, Great reviews, Big

Option 5: $476.00 CDN ($238.00/per person); Perfect reviews, Looks very cute, Close to transit

Total: For four you're looking at between $757.75 CDN and $991.90 CDN per person for the trip. For two you're looking at between $806.00 CDN and $905.00 CDN per person for the trip.

Extras: If you plan on using AirBnB for the first time, click here for a free credit towards your stay OR if you choose Booking.com for the first time click here for a free credit. Also, if you plan on using Uber for the first time, click here for a free credit towards the ride.

- Mirna 

 

I am not a licensed travel agent of Ontario and make itineraries as a hobby. Any itineraries used by readers are of their own free will and choosing. Site owner is not responsible for any misadventures, mishaps, airline issues or accommodation issues that occur on trip itineraries that are posted or individually e-mailed to readers.

Toronto to Mexico City: Solo Trip

SPECS

Who: One Person, One Bed

Where: Toronto to Mexico City, Mexico

When: Thursday, April 4th - Tuesday, April 9th, 2019

Budget: $600ish

Notes: All of these are entire places to yourself! No hostel business.


Flight: Toronto to Mexico City | April 4th - April 9th

$358.00 CDN: roundtrip (layover)

Stay: AirBnB for one | April 4th - April 9th

Option 1: $234.00 CDN; Close to transit, Looks big, Great reviews

Option 2: $218.00 CDN; Awesome reviews, Looks simple, Good area, Close to transit

Option 3: $248.00 CDN; Great looking place, Good area, Great reviews

Option 4: $229.00 CDN; Perfect reviews, Looks very big, Good area

Total: Overall, if you go for the LEAST expensive options I posted it's about $576.00 for the trip and for the MOST expensive options it's about $606.00 for the trip.

Extras: If you plan on using AirBnB for the first time, click here for a free credit towards your stay OR if you choose Booking.com for the first time click here for a free credit. Also, if you plan on using Uber for the first time, click here for a free credit towards the ride.

- Mirna 

 

I am not a licensed travel agent of Ontario and make itineraries as a hobby. Any itineraries used by readers are of their own free will and choosing. Site owner is not responsible for any misadventures, mishaps, airline issues or accommodation issues that occur on trip itineraries that are posted or individually e-mailed to readers.