The exhibition center is located next to the CN Tower, in downtown Toronto, next to the Union Station, the transportation is very convenient, there are large and small exhibitions, and the flow of people to and from here is very dense
It’s very lively on weekends, because there are many attractions near the convention center. Toronto's CN Tower, aquarium, roges center, and railway museum are all in this area, and the transportation here is more convenient. There are subways and trams directly accessible.
The Toronto Convention Center, Convention Centre 255 Front St W, Toronto, is the largest convention center in Toronto. It is a relatively large complex in many cities. It is close to the CN Tower and Rogers Center. The location is superior, although it is now relatively old The facilities are not up to date, but it is close to the CN Tower and Rogers Center. All the instructions to the Toronto Convention Center are clear. It is very convenient to follow the instructions in the building and it is easy to find the location of the event by following the signs. Every room is clearly marked.
The Toronto Congress Center is also a good place to visit. The venue for the Congress is also the political core area of the city. The area inside the Congress Center is also quite large, and you can see a lot of fun content.
I came from Union Station, through PATH, and followed the guidance all the way to the Toronto Convention Center. Through the glass windows, everything is in sight: Ripley Aquarium, Railway Museum, UN Tower, Roges Center. Inside the conference center, there are fun frog patterns on the ground.