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Sightseeing
The Royal Ontario Museum is a museum of art, world culture and natural history in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is one of the largest museums in North America and the largest in Canada. It attracts more than one million visitors every year, making the ROM the most-visited museum in Canada
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Musée royal de l'Ontario
100 Queens Park
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The Royal Ontario Museum is a museum of art, world culture and natural history in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is one of the largest museums in North America and the largest in Canada. It attracts more than one million visitors every year, making the ROM the most-visited museum in Canada
The result of an international design competition, the park celebrates the history of the Village of Yorkville and reflects the diversity of the Canadian landscape. Here, Bay Station connects you to a primary TTC (subway) line. The park hosts a variety of events throughout the year, and is beautiful day or night. During the winter, a visit in the evening will showcase beautiful lights throughout the park.
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Village of Yorkville Park
115 Cumberland St
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The result of an international design competition, the park celebrates the history of the Village of Yorkville and reflects the diversity of the Canadian landscape. Here, Bay Station connects you to a primary TTC (subway) line. The park hosts a variety of events throughout the year, and is beautiful day or night. During the winter, a visit in the evening will showcase beautiful lights throughout the park.
The Toronto Islands are unlike any other destination in the city. What feels like heading to a far-off destination, a land of dreamy beaches and amusement rides, is in reality just a 15-minute ferry ride away from the downtown core.
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Îles de Toronto
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The Toronto Islands are unlike any other destination in the city. What feels like heading to a far-off destination, a land of dreamy beaches and amusement rides, is in reality just a 15-minute ferry ride away from the downtown core.
A must-see! Defining the Toronto skyline, the CN Tower is Canada’s most recognizable and celebrated icon. At a height of 553.33m (1,815 ft., 5 inches), it is an award-winning dining and entertainment destination and a must see for visitors to Toronto. Each year over 1.8 million people visit to take in the breathtaking views from multiple viewing levels, panoramic floor-to-ceiling Window Walls or the Glass Floor, a truly Canadian dining experience in 360 Restaurant, or the thrill of EdgeWalk.
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Tour du CN
301 Front St W
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A must-see! Defining the Toronto skyline, the CN Tower is Canada’s most recognizable and celebrated icon. At a height of 553.33m (1,815 ft., 5 inches), it is an award-winning dining and entertainment destination and a must see for visitors to Toronto. Each year over 1.8 million people visit to take in the breathtaking views from multiple viewing levels, panoramic floor-to-ceiling Window Walls or the Glass Floor, a truly Canadian dining experience in 360 Restaurant, or the thrill of EdgeWalk.
Ripley's Aquarium of Canada is a public aquarium in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The aquarium is one of three aquariums owned and operated by Ripley Entertainment. It is located in downtown Toronto, just southeast of the CN Tower.
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Aquarium Ripley de Toronto
288 Bremner Blvd
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Ripley's Aquarium of Canada is a public aquarium in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The aquarium is one of three aquariums owned and operated by Ripley Entertainment. It is located in downtown Toronto, just southeast of the CN Tower.
Food scene
Sophisticated Japanese fare served in a sleek, vibrant setting with a rooftop patio & an ornate bar.
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Kasa Moto
115 Yorkville Ave
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Sophisticated Japanese fare served in a sleek, vibrant setting with a rooftop patio & an ornate bar.
Lively New Zealand-style pub with an all-year rooftop patio, 24 draft beers & pub eats. Casual and relaxed vibe in the upscale neighbourhood.
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Hemingway's Restaurant
142 Cumberland St
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Lively New Zealand-style pub with an all-year rooftop patio, 24 draft beers & pub eats. Casual and relaxed vibe in the upscale neighbourhood.
House with a rooftop patio offering a chic & chill setting for classic Italian dishes & drinks. This place is always busy and does not take reservations for dinner, but you can drop by and request a seat before doing some nearby shopping.
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Trattoria Nervosa
75 Yorkville Ave
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House with a rooftop patio offering a chic & chill setting for classic Italian dishes & drinks. This place is always busy and does not take reservations for dinner, but you can drop by and request a seat before doing some nearby shopping.
Cibo Wine Bar brings authentic rustic Italian flare blended with a vibrant nightlife is sure to become your new hot spot.
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Cibo Wine Bar Yorkville
133 Yorkville Ave
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Cibo Wine Bar brings authentic rustic Italian flare blended with a vibrant nightlife is sure to become your new hot spot.
Throughout the world, the Nespresso Boutiques invite coffee lovers to experience the art of Espresso and Coffee.
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Nespresso Boutique-Bar
159 Cumberland St
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Throughout the world, the Nespresso Boutiques invite coffee lovers to experience the art of Espresso and Coffee.
Sorry Coffee Co. is a cafe found at the back of the Kit and Ace store on Bloor St. It also has an entrance on Critchley Lane if you don't want to walk through the store. This is a tiny cafe that serves excellent coffee.
Sorry Coffee Co
102 Bloor St W
Sorry Coffee Co. is a cafe found at the back of the Kit and Ace store on Bloor St. It also has an entrance on Critchley Lane if you don't want to walk through the store. This is a tiny cafe that serves excellent coffee.
Fashionable corner dining room with a popular patio, serving French-inspired Canadian cuisine.
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Sassafraz
100 Cumberland St
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Fashionable corner dining room with a popular patio, serving French-inspired Canadian cuisine.
Over Easy is a reliable brunch spot in an accessible area conveniently located near in a comfortable, bright location.
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Over Easy
208 Bloor St W
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Over Easy is a reliable brunch spot in an accessible area conveniently located near in a comfortable, bright location.
Traditional watering hole in a houselike space with classic British dishes & decor, plus 2 patios.
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The Oxley Public House
121 Yorkville Ave
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Traditional watering hole in a houselike space with classic British dishes & decor, plus 2 patios.
Shopping
Yorkville Village is a shopping mall located across the street. It hosts various events throughout the year such as the Toronto Fashion Week in September. Within, you can shops, food, and a grocery store (Wholefoods), as well as a convenience store for your needs.
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Yorkville Village
55 Avenue Rd
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Yorkville Village is a shopping mall located across the street. It hosts various events throughout the year such as the Toronto Fashion Week in September. Within, you can shops, food, and a grocery store (Wholefoods), as well as a convenience store for your needs.
University
The University of Toronto is a globally top-ranked public research university in Toronto. If interested, within minutes you can visit the St. George campus.
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Université de Toronto
27 King's College Cir
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The University of Toronto is a globally top-ranked public research university in Toronto. If interested, within minutes you can visit the St. George campus.
Neighborhoods
Kensington Market is a walkable bohemian neighbourhood that draws artists and tourists to its indie shops, vintage boutiques and arts spaces. The Market is also home to a wide array of specialty grocers, bakeries and cheese shops. Hipsters frequent trendy bars, cafes and international restaurants that range from casual to fine dining.
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Kensington Market
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Kensington Market is a walkable bohemian neighbourhood that draws artists and tourists to its indie shops, vintage boutiques and arts spaces. The Market is also home to a wide array of specialty grocers, bakeries and cheese shops. Hipsters frequent trendy bars, cafes and international restaurants that range from casual to fine dining.
Little Italy is a lively neighbourhood packed with trattorias, trendy restaurants, cafés, pool halls and some of the best bars in Toronto. Little Italy’s sidewalks are humming with activity on weekends – especially in the summer, with locals and visitors alike sipping espresso on outdoor patios.
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Little Italy
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Little Italy is a lively neighbourhood packed with trattorias, trendy restaurants, cafés, pool halls and some of the best bars in Toronto. Little Italy’s sidewalks are humming with activity on weekends – especially in the summer, with locals and visitors alike sipping espresso on outdoor patios.
This small stretch of Bloor Street in midtown Toronto lies just west of the Annex/University of Toronto and features a range of affordable eateries. You can browse through boutiques with vibrant Korean fashions and in-demand beauty products before trying to figure whether you’re in the mood for Korean barbecue, kimchee, pork bone soup or even Japanese sushi.
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Koreatown
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This small stretch of Bloor Street in midtown Toronto lies just west of the Annex/University of Toronto and features a range of affordable eateries. You can browse through boutiques with vibrant Korean fashions and in-demand beauty products before trying to figure whether you’re in the mood for Korean barbecue, kimchee, pork bone soup or even Japanese sushi.
The neighbourhood features many small courtyards, alleyways and charming Victorian homes plus first class designer boutiques, antique shops and galleries. A contemporary park located in the very heart of the neighbourhood features a giant granite boulder, which brings the raw beauty of the Canadian Shield right into Toronto’s urban centre. It’s a perfect place to people watch and rest between shopping bouts.
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Yorkville
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The neighbourhood features many small courtyards, alleyways and charming Victorian homes plus first class designer boutiques, antique shops and galleries. A contemporary park located in the very heart of the neighbourhood features a giant granite boulder, which brings the raw beauty of the Canadian Shield right into Toronto’s urban centre. It’s a perfect place to people watch and rest between shopping bouts.
Soaring architectural marvels fill the horizon in Toronto’s Financial District. This bustling business core, centred around King and Bay Streets, is home to banks, corporate head offices, law firms, stockbrokerages and other big businesses. But under the glass and steel monoliths reaching skywards, a whole other city thrives below the surface. The PATH, or Toronto’s Underground City, is a subterranean shopping concourse that weaves its way for more than 30 kilometres (16 miles) beneath the financial core. According to the Guinness World Records, it’s the largest underground shopping complex in the world, with close to 1,200 retail shops, cafés and restaurants. The PATH connects to 50 office towers, six hotels, five subway stations and major attractions such as The Hockey Hall of Fame, Air Canada Centre, Rogers Centre and the CN Tower.
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Financial District
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Soaring architectural marvels fill the horizon in Toronto’s Financial District. This bustling business core, centred around King and Bay Streets, is home to banks, corporate head offices, law firms, stockbrokerages and other big businesses. But under the glass and steel monoliths reaching skywards, a whole other city thrives below the surface. The PATH, or Toronto’s Underground City, is a subterranean shopping concourse that weaves its way for more than 30 kilometres (16 miles) beneath the financial core. According to the Guinness World Records, it’s the largest underground shopping complex in the world, with close to 1,200 retail shops, cafés and restaurants. The PATH connects to 50 office towers, six hotels, five subway stations and major attractions such as The Hockey Hall of Fame, Air Canada Centre, Rogers Centre and the CN Tower.
The Distillery Historic District opened in 2003 and today it is widely regarded as Canada’s premier arts, culture and entertainment destination. A place brimming with creativity and creative people, that can inspire dreams, and a place that can help them come true. Many events take place here year-round.
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Distillery District
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The Distillery Historic District opened in 2003 and today it is widely regarded as Canada’s premier arts, culture and entertainment destination. A place brimming with creativity and creative people, that can inspire dreams, and a place that can help them come true. Many events take place here year-round.
Subway
Line 2 Bloor-Danforth has 31 stations, running generally in an east-west direction along Bloor Street West, Bloor Street East and Danforth Avenue
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Bay
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Line 2 Bloor-Danforth has 31 stations, running generally in an east-west direction along Bloor Street West, Bloor Street East and Danforth Avenue
Line 1 Yonge-University has 38 stations, and is a “U-shaped” route running generally in a south and then north direction. Heading southward on this line will connect you to Union Station, which is Toronto's major railway station and intermodal transportation hub.
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Museum
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Line 1 Yonge-University has 38 stations, and is a “U-shaped” route running generally in a south and then north direction. Heading southward on this line will connect you to Union Station, which is Toronto's major railway station and intermodal transportation hub.