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Parques y naturaleza en Toronto

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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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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“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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“For summer time, I strongly recommend taking the ferry or water taxi from harbourfront centre to visit the Centre Island. There is also a small amusement park and farm on the Island so kids love it. The beach areas are great! Also have a very private naked beach if you can find it! You can swim, walk around or rent a bike. ”
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“A 3-hectare (7.4-acre) municipally operated farm in the heart of downtown Toronto. It is maintained by Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation Division. Entrance is free and the farm is open to the public all year-round. It specializes in pioneer breeds of farm animals that are hard to find on commercial farms.[4] Animals at the farm include poultry, waterfowl, goats, sheep, pigs, cows, donkeys, and horses”
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“This park boasts a conservatory that is filled with incredible plants. The setting is cool because the park outside has a lot of homeless people connecting and then there is this other world where everything is so beautiful juxtaposed against that. I love it. Also it's free. ”
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“swimming, skating in the winter, splash pad, baseball, soccer, and a great playground. Not to mention pizza in the park and movie nights in the summer. This park is large and full of life.”
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“Gorgeous sandy beach on the east end of Toronto. During the summer there are often festivals, rib fests and all kinds of things to do. Go for a long walk along the beautiful wooden boardwalk by the lake.”
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“lovely big park with tons of green space. This park has it all, an ice rink, playground, basketball court, picnic areas, and a weekly farmers market. ”
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“Tennis, bicycle/hiking trails, softball diamonds, sledding in the winter, and more. Come here for beautiful sunsets, sunrises and the Toronto Skyline.”
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“Fabulous ferry rides at the bottom of Bay street , early as 9 am last departure is 8 pm. There is a park and children's rides including bumper cars and carasol and fast food .”
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“A new attraction located across the Redpath Sugar Refinery in Toronto's eastern East Waterfront. You'll find patio bars, great views and a sugar beach! ”
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“121 Bus takes you there or you can ride a bixie bike along the Harbourfront bike path”
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“Beautiful trails and scenery. There's also a community of floating homes on the water here.”
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