3 mentions in Must go places in Toronto?
Kate M. said, "...Oh wow! So many options, whether you've been here before or not. There's the Art Gallery of Ontario, Royal Ontario Museum, CN Tower, Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, Distillery District, Chinatown, and Casa Loma. West Queen Street West was just named the..." See More
Zishan A. said, "...is an incredible city. It’s vibrant, livable and constantly changing. Hope you enjoy your time here! "Must see" sites for tourists CN Tower- Take a ride up the elevator (or if you're feeling ambitious, a trek up the stairs) and enjoy..." See More
Kim D. said, "...which is not to be missed and the Royal Ontario Museum both stunning and personal favourites as a local. Skip the CN Tower, it's expensive and touristy but if you're around when the weather is nice take a ferry to the..." See More
2 mentions in Awesome things to do and eat in Toronto?
Kim D. said, "...a grilled cheese - they walk your order across the street from The Grilled Cheese. You can check out the infamous CN Tower and while you're in the area visit the Steam Whistle Brewing for a tour and a taste of the..." See More
Doug W. said, "...For activities you kind of have to do the CN Tower. It's just one of those touristy things that a visit to Toronto can't be done without. After that check out blog.to or Toronto.com for the what's happening guide. There is..." See More
2 mentions in Walking tours in Toronto
Tiffany W. said, "...Centre . Along the way you'll see many skyscapers. Turn right just past the MTCC and you'll find yourself at the CN Tower and the Rogers Centre, ON which are both architecturally beautiful. You can go to the top of the CN..." See More
Brad K. said, "...The Omni King Edward Hotel Brookfield Place Union Station Canadian Broadcasting Centre and Museum Steam Whistle Brewing at Railhouse Train Park CN Tower and Rogers Dome (better known as "Skydome")..." See More
2 mentions in Where should I go in Canada?
Rocio A. said, "...has the Parliament Hill where the famous "changing of the guard" takes place. Toronto was the next step and the incredible CN Tower the most incredible place to visit. After here we visited Niagara Falls. I would recommend you the watch Bridal..." See More
Maureen H. said, "...a 1 1/2 hour drive from Niagara-on-the-lake or 4 hours from Ottawa. Lots to do and see in Toronto including the CN Tower, Casa Loma, etc. but it's better to see these attractions during the spring, summer & fall when the..." See More
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