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Fall is fast approaching, but there's still time to soak up some of that summer sun. These stunning spots around Toronto are worth a road trip before the end of the season, and the best part is, you don't have to go too far to get to them.

These places are all less than an hour away from the city, and you can enjoy fields of flowers, sandy shores, and more.

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This season, Toronto’s buzzing and the city’s got so many activities with which you can fill your days. The only downside is it can be hard to narrow down your 2022 warm-weather bucket list, so Narcity’s doing that part for you.

Everyone knows that a memorable summer isn’t made by simply visiting the most popular spots or attending the trendiest events. It’s about basking in the moments that would otherwise pass you by, taking time to kick back and relax with good friends.

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A mystical event will light up the sky near Toronto this summer. The Lights Festival is a floating lantern experience that lets you send a glowing lantern drifting into the night.

The dazzling festival is taking place on August 20, 2022, at Johnson Farm, which is about an hour from the city. The gates open at 3 p.m., and the lanterns will launch just after sunset.

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Let's face it: summer’s a busy time of the year for Torontonians, who often have jam-packed schedules filled with exciting events and activities.

While it's fun to make plans and do all the things, it's important to give yourself some time to take it easy and chill too.

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If you feel like you've been to every restaurant in the city, it might be time to change up your date routine. These activities in and around the city will add some heat your summer, and they're the perfect places to fall in love.

From purple fields to sunset paddles, you and bae can enjoy the season together with these romantic date ideas.

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