Toronto Weather June Averages, Canada
What's the Weather like in Toronto in June
Toronto's summer starts in June. While not as warm as July and August, daily average temperatures in June range from a high of 22C (72F) to a low of 10C (50F), with an overall average of 16C (61F). These temperatures are close to what you can expect in San Sebastian, Spain and Sapporo, Japan.
June has some of the year's highest levels of sunshine with ten hours a day, just under the peak of 11 hours in July.
Sunrise and Sunset
On June 1, the sun rises at 5:38 am and sets at 8:52 pm, creating 15:13 hours of daylight. On June 30, the sun comes up at 5:39 am and falls at 9:01 pm, with 15:23 hours of overall daylight.
June winds are about what you can expect for most of the year. Highs reach 14 m/s and lows drop to 0.3 m/s with an average of 5 m/s.
Hotels for Toronto in June
Enjoy a five-star getaway with gourmet cuisine and a luxury spa. Stay at a Victorian haven that harkens back to a more simple time, or go modern at a sleek spot near the downtown scene. However you choose to stay, the wide variety of Toronto's hotel is sure to satisfy.
Four Seasons Hotel Toronto
An upscale getaway in the Yorkville district, the Four Seasons Hotel Toronto exudes elegance and charm with over 250 rooms and suites featuring high-end furnishings, deep soaking tubs and floor-to-ceiling windows with sweeping views of downtown. Dine on gourmet cuisine at an exclusive restaurant and enjoy a craft cocktail at a chic lounge with a terrace.
There is no shortage of ways to refresh and reinvigorate with an indoor pool, state-of-the-art fitness centre and deluxe spa. Art aficionados will appreciate the more than 1,500 pieces of art on display throughout the hotel.
Set in a 19th-century structure of Victorian design, Gladstone Hotel has individually decorated guestrooms that were designed by local artists. Accommodations have exposed brick walls, flat-screen TVs and come with personal tablets. Check into a suite for a kitchenette and a deck with soaring view of Toronto's skyline.
They feature live music at the trendy Melody Bar and gourmet coffee at a charming cafe. If you're looking to explore the area, they also offer loaner bikes.
Novotel Toronto Centre
In the nightlife-rich Esplanade area, Novotel Toronto Centre puts you near the CN Tower, St Lawrence Marktet and Union Station. The hotel offer a nice mix of value and modern amenities with casual yet sleek guestrooms featuring wooden floors, flat-screen TVs and cloud murals that complete minimalist motifs. Suites add living rooms and additional TVs.
An on-site restaruant with floor-to-ceiling windows serves contemporary cuisine, while a trendy lounge offers craft cocktails before a crackling fireplace. You can swim in an indoor saltwatar pool, soak away stress in a whirlpool or steam away the same in a sauna.
Woodbine Hotel & Suites
Located less than eight kilometres from the Toronto Pearson International Airport, Woodbine Hotel & Suites has affordable guestrooms with flat-screen TVs, work desks, mini-fridges and microwaves. Check into a suite for a spa tub and pull-out sofa. Enjoy a complimentary breakfast buffet and a free airport shuttle.
Beaches for June for Toronto
Centre Island Beach
Lifeguards officially go on duty in June, making it a great time to head to Centre Island Beach. A ferry delivers you to this family-friendly spot that has a breakwater to create calm waters for the little ones to swim. The beach also has picnic areas, gardens, changing rooms and a nearby fast-food restaurant. uards are on duty. Médano is also a popular spot for venturing to other shores in water taxis.
Enjoy Toronto's warm weather with a day at Bluffer's Beach. Backed by soaring white cliffs that create a dramatic scene, the sandy spot offers a zen getaway from the bustle of the city. Shallow water and lifeguards make it a great place for swimming. Or hire a boat for a quick fishing trip. Stroll the bluffs along trails and dine at a restaurant in Bluffer's Park Marina.
Restaurants and Bars for Toronto in June
Savour a fine-dining experince with Eastern Mediterranean cuisine, fresh seafood with Asian-inspired seasoning, traditional Middle Eastern dishes and gourmet food-truck fare. Toronto's culinary scene has grown beyond its Canadian roots to integrate a world of flavours.
Byblos specialises in Eastern Mediterranean cuisine. But don't expect the usual hummus and baba ghanoush platters here. Instead, the buzzing upscale restaurant that evokes the sense of a Grecian isle offers dishes such as octopus with herb-roasted fingerling potatoes and chilli vinaigrette. Enjoy the house speciality of succulent lamb ribs with a beet and yoghurt salad. For dessert, tuck into pastry cream that's deep fried and topped with strawberry shards. Byblos is open daily from 5 pm to 11 pm.
Rasa has an eclectic and eye-catching interior. Combining rural accents with industrial-chic elements and handmade furnishings, the eatery serves gourmet comfort favourites at candlelit tables. Rasa is the brainchild of food-truck notables The Food Dudes and brings the gourmet street-food concept indoors. A wide-ranging menu has dishes including the Rasa Burger with beef cheek, scrapchi and gochujang mayonnaise, along with ceviche of sea bream, yuzu and Thai basil. Rasa is open from Monday to Saturday from 5:30 pm to 10:45 pm and on Sunday from 11 am to 3:30 pm.
SOCO Kitchen + Bar
SOCO Kitchen + Bar offers international cuisine in an upscale space. Settle down at a long wooden table with bench seating indoors, or on an outdoor patio during warmer months. Enjoy dishes including lamb shoulder with steel-cut oat risotto and pickled mustard seeds, groan chicken with green coconut curry and duck confit with smoked farro succotash. SOCO also has an extensive wine menu and cocktail list that includes its signature Motts Clamato Caesar cocktail. SOCO is open from Monday to Thursday from 6 am to 12 am, on Friday from 6 am to 1 am, on Saturday from 7 am to 1 am and on Sunday from 7 am to 11 pm.
At the Village by the Grange food court, Karine's is a favourite for its all-day breakfast. Enjoy smoked salmon with poached eggs and a side of fresh fruit. Mixing North American classics with Middle Eastern flavours, the small eatery also specializes in vegetarian dishes. Savour vegan pancakes, veggies wraps and a host of gluten-free offerings. Affordability is also a big plus as platters are priced according to their portion size. Karine's is open from Monday to Friday from 8 am to 4 pm and from 10 am to 3 pm on weekends.
Things to Do in Toronto in June
Tour Toronto's Islands
Summer is a great time to get out and explore the islands around Toronto. The three major isles of Algonquin, Ward's and Centre are connected by bridges and boardwalks and have paths that are perfect for biking or nature walks. Spend some time on a beach, stroll gardens and rent a paddleboat to explore the shores.
Toronto Music Garden
Each June begins the summer music series at the Toronto Music Garden. The waterfront oasis before the city's inner harbour has free concerts on Thursdays and Sundays. You can catch a diverse set of performances, from classical music to time-honoured Chinese sounds and Spanish flamenco celebrations.
Royal Ontario Museum
One of North America's largest museums, the Royal Ontario Museum houses exhibits of natural history, art and culture. Over 40 galleries contain more than six million items including art from across Asia and treasures from ancient Egypt. A permanent collection of dinosaurs showcases the mighty creatures that once roamed North America.
You can't miss out on the cool Distillery District. The area is great to visit all year round and is usually busy with a great vibe. Bundle up and stroll cobblestone lanes lined by 19th century structures and industrial buildings that have been renovated for art galleries, cosy cafes and trendy restaurants. Enjoy live music, dance performances and outdoor sculptures during all seasons.
Exploring Toronto's rivers, islands and lakeside beaches is as easy and hopping into a canoe and paddling away. You can hire a canoe or kayak right at the hub of Harbourfront Centre. Paddle right across the harbour to visit Centre Island, home to sandy beaches, picnic spots, and an iconic pier that stretches out into Lake Ontario.