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Best things to do in Toronto

Centro comercial
“Walk to Dundas Street and Yonge Street from our place to one of the largest shopping centres with over 200 stores.”
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Galería de arte
“The Art Gallery of Ontario includes more than 90,000 works spanning the first century to the present day. The gallery has of physical space, making it one of the largest galleries in North America”
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“Pretty cool Aquarium and if you go to the CN Tower then this one is a must too. ”
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“From the dinosaur exhibit, bat cave, and eco-galleries to the Egyptian and Asian exhibits and rotating special exhibits, the ROM showcases global and Canadian discoveries of all kinds.”
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“This stock picture doesn't do the market justice. It's full of character and characters. The place to go for many of Toronto's ethic groups. a rustic alternative to St. Lawrence Market. Kensington is just north of Dundas and between Bathurst and Spadina. You are best to take the 12 minute streetcar ride”
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Farmers Market
“This place is an attraction in its self just for the history of the building and the diversity of shops. Worth a visit. ”
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Monumento / Lugar emblemático
“It's an iconic sight that any visitor to Toronto must see. Whether you go to the top floor and just view the beautiful views of Toronto or you decide to have a dinner at 360* restaurant, it will be a day to remember (cheaper to buy pre set menu at the 360 restaurant for $65- two course meal, that will include lift tickets).Just lift tickets by itself cost $38, so its a really good deal!!!!”
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“Only a 10 min walk from our place. Stroll through this historic area, stop at Balzacs for a coffee, Cluny for lunch and SoMa for some chocolate to go! ”
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Baseball Stadium
“Go for an adrenalin rush game to Rogers Stadium under the open sky at the SkyDome and cheer for your favourite team!”
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Monumento / Lugar emblemático
“We recommend going to the revolving restaurant for lunch to take in the views over Toronto while you eat.”
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“Toronto’s largest park has a mix of sporting and cultural facilities, historical attractions, gardens, playgrounds, and a zoo. Spend a sunny afternoon exploring the grounds whether on foot or bike, and take in the beautiful grounds, hills, large pond, and amenities.”
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“A beautiful large park between Queen Street & Dundas St. 7 minutes from the house.”
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“Experience the elegance and splendor of the Edwardian era at Casa Loma, the only full sized castle in North America and Toronto’s premier historic attraction brought to you by the Liberty Entertainment Group.Explore secret passageways, elaborately decorated rooms with authentic period furnishings or take in the breathtaking view of Toronto from one of the towers. ”
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“Great for Brunch or at night for dinner and drinks. Always something going on here”
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“You have found your getaway! Enjoy the magnificent views of downtown Toronto from a boat ride to Toronto Islands. It's a hidden gem, left for you to discover.”
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Basketball Stadium
“Scotiabank Arena, formerly the Air Canada Centre, is a multi-purpose arena located on Bay Street in the South Core district of Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is home to Toronto Maple Leafs, Toronto Marlies, Toronto Raptors and Toronto Rocks.”
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