Monument / Point de repère
Tour du CN
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You can buy Toronto city pass from Costco.ca. This can give you access to few attractions and save you $$$
a must visit place in Toronto. Some time back, this was world's tallest free standing building.
The great CN tower watch the city from its 553m (tallest free standing tower in the world, certified by Guinness Records). The views of the city, the pictures and selfies you can take are absolutely amazing. It is definitely worth it!!!
The CN tower is one of the major monuments across Canada. It's approximately a 23 minute car ride with plenty of restaurants, entertainment and much more!!!
CN Tower gives you the opportunity to see Toronto and Lake Ontario on a view of 360. You can also enjoy their special restaurant that rotates so you can have a full view of Toronto while eating :)
10 - 15 mins away lies the iconic CN Tower and the beautiful Downtown Toronto.
You are coming to Toronto= you will visit the great CN Tower. The dinner up top is priceless. The CN Tower is a 553.3 m-high concrete communications and observation tower located in Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Built on the former Railway Lands, it was completed in 1976. Its name "CN"…
360 Restaurant is expensive but has a rotating restaurant for amazing sunset dinner experience and views of the while city. Pick a clear day for best views!
The iconic CN tower, the symbol of Toronto! Get the best view of the city here! 553.3 m-high!
Take the GO train to Union station from Mimico station, two stops! Check online to avoid lineups.
CN Tower is located in Downtown Toronto Front St. You can see the beautiful town of Toronto on the 553 m high at observation tower. The tower was built and completed in 1976. You can make a lunch / dinner reservations at the 360 Restaurant or check out the EdgeWalk.
One of the tallest buildings in the world: Observation Deck, Glass Floor, Revolving Dinning Restaurant.
An expensive view but many feel it’s worth it. You better like heights if your headed here.
The CN Tower at one time was the World's Tallest Tower! Enjoy the panoramic views from the top of the tower or have dinner at the rotating 360 Restaurant right at the top. The is also a glass floor sections if you dare to try it out and the world famous Edge Walk.
Tour du CN à travers des expériences Airbnb
Découvrez ce monument emblématique grâce aux expériences Airbnb, des activités en petit groupe animées par des habitants.
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