Known for its mild weather and spectacular vistas of the surrounding landscape, Vancouver remains one of the most popular travel destinations for international students, especially in summer. When you feel the warmth of the radiant sun and pleasant fresh breeze from the ocean, there’s no more pleasant place on earth.
July makes it even more special. There are so many events happening around the city that it will definitely make your summer here unforgettable.
In this blog, we have scouted out festivals and events that are an absolute must-see this July.
July is the warmest month in Toronto, and Torontonians like to make the most of it, being outdoors until sundown, and leaving behind their shiver-inducing memories of a long winter.
There are so many festivals, events and outdoor activities happening every day around the city that it can be overwhelming,
In this article, we have listed “don’t miss” events taking place in July, from mega-sized sports events to massive parades, as well as events that will satisfy your gourmet cravings. We hope you will find your favourite event to visit and that your summer will be unforgettable!
One of the reasons why Canada is loved by so many people is how accepting and tolerant we are of everyone. Regardless of race, culture, religion, beliefs or sexual orientation, our country treats each individual as equals. Canada’s embrace of diversity should not be taken for granted, but should be celebrated.
Today, June 18, is International Picnic Day. The word “picnic” originally comes from French. It is said that this sort of social gathering became popular after the French Revolution. During the Victorian era, picnics were quite elaborate with lineups of well-prepared food, where young men and women met on important occasions.
Nowadays, picnics have become a more casual way of hanging out with friends.
Don’t forget to check our list of the best picnic spots in Vancouver, where you can just relax and enjoy outdoor snacks.
Have you heard the expression “it is no picnic”? This phrase is used to describe something difficult or unpleasant. If your current days seem like “no picnic,” maybe it’s time to look at it differently and bring “picnic” days into your life, especially on the eve of the International Picnic Day, which will take place on June 18th this year!
Despite the fact that this holiday’s origin is quite uncertain, it is celebrated in many countries, including Canada. So pack your gear, get outside and go on a picnic.
In this article we have put together a list of the best places to have a picnic in Toronto area.
Though Vancouverites suffer from long, cold winters less than the rest of Canadians, summer is a much-anticipated season for them as well. The days are getting longer and there are tons of ways to celebrate warmer weather and enjoy the pleasant summer breeze by participating in outdoor events and sharing unforgettable moments with your friends.
Here’s our essential guide to where to go this June in Vancouver. Create a perfect itinerary to kick off your summer!
June is finally around the corner. Nice summer weather is a predisposing factor for spending more time in the open air and doing more outdoor activities. This blog features some well-known, mostly annual, festivals and events to look forward to this June in Toronto. They are a great opportunity to make new friends, explore the city and become familiar with the Canadian culture.
Do you want to go out for lunch or dinner with your friends, but don’t know where to go? Well, put your sunglasses on because patio season has arrived, and we are going to tell you about the best 5 patios to visit this spring and summer in Vancity!
As the end of May approaches, Torontonians embrace the warmth and welcome summer by having a refreshing drink and delicious food on a patio.
If you’re new to the city or have never been to a patio, this is your chance! Here we’re going to tell you about the top 5 patios in Toronto you should go to this summer.
Another long weekend is coming up and you have plenty of time to enjoy Victoria Day* with your friends.
For most of us it is the time to celebrate nice weather, the coming summer and the end of a long and cold winter. In this Blog post we feature some activities suited to your interests or, in other words, “your cup of tea”.