Stadium-style concerts, lacrosse games, basketball games—there are tons of reasons to visit Scotiabank Arena. Whatever draws you to the home of the Raptors, a Toronto charter bus rental is a reliable and cost-effective way of transporting your group. Bus.com will provide a quote in less than two minutes, so you can start planning your trip!
With its inaugural Tragically Hip concert in 1999, Scotiabank Arena began what would become a long life of victory. The arena is home to the Maple Leafs (NHL), the Raptors (NBA), and the Rock (National Lacrosse League). It also hosts concerts starring the biggest names in music. Besides attending a game or show, there are other ways to celebrate your heros of sports and entertainment at Scotiabank Arena. You can stroll through ICONS, a permanent exhibit featuring some of the best performers to grace the Scotiabank stage, or check out Legends Row, a line of bronze statues commemorating Maple Leaf hockey’s all stars.
Call ahead to arrange group seating or rent a suite for your office party or sports team. Enjoy the many restaurants, clubs, and bars around the complex, and don’t forget to visit Scotiabank Arena’s in-house brewery.
Why charter a bus to visit Scotiabank Arena
Every Toronto bus rental chartered through Bus.com comes with a vetted driver who can drop you off at the stadium and find parking elsewhere while you enjoy the game. You can sip a few beers and still get home safely, keep your friends together on your way to the arena, and avoid coordinating multiple taxis. For trips longer than two hours or if you’re carrying more than a few bags, rent a Toronto coach bus for its spacious undercarriage and extra amenities.
Unlike other cities where the sports facilities are in the suburbs, Toronto’s arenas are right downtown. Just south of Scotiabank Arena, you’ll find Harbourfront, a neighborhood that attracts tourists from around the world. Skirting the coast of Lake Ontario, Harbourfront has a nautical feel. Most of its attractions look out on the Great Lake, a spectacular view at any time of day. If you’re there in the evening, see a show at Harbourfront Centre. This venue offers all kinds of performing arts events, and in recent years, it has become a nightlife destination with djs and light shows that make the water glisten at night. If you’re there in the afternoon, catch a ferry from Jack Layton Ferry Terminal to Toronto Island, an outdoor wonderland designed for wholesome family fun.
A Canadian gem from the East Coast, Toronto is a multicultural hub with an up-and-coming creative culture that can rival that of other big cities. Its diversity in gastronomy and arts alone make Toronto a must-visit destination. But add top local attractions and eclectic neighborhoods to the mix, and there is no way this city can be left out of your travel bucket list.