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  • 1

    CN Tower

    311 reviews

    The CN Tower is the iconic building in the center of downtown that makes the Toronto skyline unique. You can view it, go up it, eat in it and for the more adventurous hang off of it!!

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  • 2

    Toronto Islands

    176 reviews

    Center Island is the most crowded, more a family atmosphere. Hanlon's is more of a younger crowd, nude beach, gay beach. Ward's has a more intimate beach scene, younger crowd, cool villaga/cottage type atmosphere.

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  • 3

    Eaton Centre

    189 reviews

    Toronto Eaton Centre is a place like no other. Its spectacular glass galleria soars above a fascinating selection of more than 230 retailers, restaurants and services. Located in the heart of the city, it is one of the most interesting and exciting shopping experiences you will find anywhere. Toronto Eaton Centre is Canada's premier shopping destination and is an experience ...

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  • 4

    Niagara Falls

    160 reviews

    Focus on the natural beauty and ignore the tourist traps. THIS is what you came for. It is truly one of the world's great natural beauties. The park lining the Canadian side is beautiful, well-kept, and 26 miles long! Fantastic.

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  • 5

    Rogers Centre

    168 reviews

    1 Blue Jays Way, Toronto, Ontario just beautiful plsce great place 2 be good food it a nice place i like it :>:)))))))))

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  • 6

    Royal Ontario Museum

    147 reviews

    Royal Ontario Museum (or, as it's locally known, ROM) has an incredible natural history collection. Their birds display is particularly awesome. I highly recommend a visit. Check out the unique architecture of the building, as well!

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  • 7

    Stanley Park

    108 reviews

    It's the first place I'd take any visitor to Vancouver. Old growth forests, rose garden, beaches, & the Seawall make it Vancouver's playground.

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  • 8

    Maid of the Mist

    91 reviews

    Brilliant, but disgusted that they tried to sell me TWO photos for $30 and would let me buy just ONE. So I didn't buy any!!!!

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  • 9

    Old Montreal

    93 reviews

    Lot's of history in Old Montreal. It is a must visit, but beware of the tourist trap in that area. It does have a lot of nice food and is close to the port. For your dose of French in Montreal, go there.

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  • 10

    Notre-Dame Basilica

    76 reviews

    Gorgeous, magnificent, beautiful, stunning! It's no wonder this is one of the top attractions. I've been to Montreal many times and finally found my way here. The visit is definitely worth it. The admission is cheap ($5), which includes a guided tour. The Gothic Revival architecture on the exterior of the basilica is overpowering and dramatic. The inside is just ...

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  • 11

    Granville Island

    72 reviews

    I've been here twice now and my favorite stop is at the Granville Island Public Market for some good eats. Parking can be tough to find on the weekends, so be patient driving around to the different lots. Granville Island is fun for the whole family! Just beware of those aggressive sea gulls. They are nasty and will dive in ...

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  • 12

    Butchart Gardens

    65 reviews

    We came here and the butterfly gardens. We were sad we didn't get as much time before the sun set because of the cruise timeline but the amazing thing we got to see we're the world class fireworks. Honestly,it was the best fireworks show I've ever seen, better than Disneyland. I'm not a fireworks chaser so I don't know if ...

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  • 13

    Granville Island Public Market

    66 reviews

    Easy to navigate and situated in a prime location for touring around. The market has a wide variety of items to choose from for tourists as well as locals. Handmade pastas, a wide variety of locally caught seafood, mouth watering fresh fruits and vegetables, a large wine selection, and great hours; 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily!

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  • 14

    Yonge Street

    64 reviews

    Iconic for a reason. Traversing this super long street shows you a lot of Toronto's heart and diversity.

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  • 15

    Mount Royal Park

    54 reviews

    Designed by Fredrick Olmsted, who also designed New York's Central Park, Mount Royal is an oasis in the build of the city. Enjoy a leisurely stroll, a run up and around the cross or a BBQ on one of the many open fields. Be sure not to miss one of the many lookouts for a stunning view of the city ...

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  • 16


    58 reviews

    Historic Vancouver at its best. Check out great restaurants and shops. Don't miss the steam clock at the corner of Water Street and Cambie. Easily accessible by the SeaBus it's a gateway to Chinatown and all that downtown Vancouver has to offer.

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  • 17

    Illumination of The Falls

    48 reviews

    We went the first time for Light up Festival right after the holidays and have been going every other year since then!!! We have been there for every season and Niagara is one of our favorite weekend get aways!!!! Explore places right outside of Niagara too!!!

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  • 18

    Capilano Bridge

    51 reviews

    The cover the park in lights for Christmas and are open at night. A really fun experience for the whole family. Crossing the lit up bridge at night is quite a thrill.

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  • 19

    St. Lawrence Market

    50 reviews

    This is a typical farmer's market. Great food and great coffee! Double check when they open, as they close a day of the week. Also, on a specific day, the warehouse across the road opens up as an antique market.

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  • 20

    Queen Street West

    48 reviews

    Honestly, there are very few streets in the world like Queen Street in Toronto. It is 17km long from East to West, and pretty much every step of the way you'll find good shopping, galleries, food, funky people and other interesting stuff. If you have one day to spend in Toronto, just start at Queen and Yonge and walk west. ...

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