Looking for romantic ideas for Valentine’s Day in Toronto that suit you and bae to a T? Whether you’re a zen couple that wants to skip work for a spa day, an outdoorsy duo looking to get outside or a trendy twosome seeking the best restaurants for Valentine’s Day in Toronto, we’re here to help. We’ve gathered up fun events and romantic things to do on Valentine’s Day 2020 in Toronto for every type of couple to get out there and celebrate love on February 14.
Most of Toronto’s best restaurants offer a special Valentine’s Day menu designed just for two. Check out what your favourite local is serving up or treat yourselves to an evening at one of these iconic eateries.
Don’t spend away all your hard earned cash on a trip out town – just hit up some of Toronto’s world class attractions. Check out the 42 Best Date Ideas for Toronto Couples to Explore their City — some of these spots even have special Valentine’s Day packages.
Champagne and Valentine’s Day pretty well go hand in hand, so why not splash out and visit one of Toronto’s wine bars?
Skating is a classic winter date idea in Toronto that never goes out of style. We suggest filling up a thermos with your favourite warm beverage and lacing up your skates at the Bentway, Nathan Phillips Square or Harbourfront.
This year, February 14 falls on a Friday, so you can take full advantage and make it a romantic weekend at one of these iconic boutique hotels in Toronto.
You could show up with a box of chocolates for your Valentine, but why not go out for a sweet treat instead. Dip into some chocolate fondue or dive into banana flambé to make it a shared experience.
Get your Valentine’s Day celebration started on February 13 at the Romance Short Film Festival at 20 Carlton Street. Pay what you like for eight short romantic films from 7:00 to 9:10 pm. Reserve seats online.
The Toronto Light Festival offers a visual journey and a playful adventure throughout the walking streets of The Distillery District from January 17th to March 1st… and it’s free! Make it a Valentine’s Day dinner date with Go Tours Canada’s Toronto LightFest Tour and Tasting Experience ($49 per person). Tour the dazzling light sculptures while you enjoy delicious bites and drinks from local Distillery District favourites Soma Chocolate, Cacao 70, Mill St. Brewery and Spirit of York.
Get out of town for a Valentine’s weekend in the great outdoors at an Ontario Park. You can rent a yurt, at Algonquin, Bon Echo, Bronte Creek, Charleston Lake, Kilarney, MacGregor Point, Pancake Bay, Pinery, Silent Lake and Windy Lake, so you’re pretty spoilt for choice.
Discover new techniques this Valentine’s day with one of these special Valentine’s Day cooking classes.
Take in Love Inn 2020 at the Gladstone Hotel and celebrate all kinds of love. This year’s Valentine’s Day lineup includes a prix fixe dinner, Love (Actually) photo exhibit, Golden Girls Gal-entine’s Cabaret and hotel room package.
Are you morning people? Avoid the weekend line-up and have a brunch date on Valentine’s Day morning at one of these fan favourites.
Take the day off and book a couple’s session at a Toronto spa for therapies, a couples massage, facials and more.
Work off that Valentine’s Day feast with some sexy moves on the dance floor with Beam Me Up: Love Disco Style at The Baby G – 1608 Dundas St W from 10:30 PM to 2:30 AM
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