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  • 1

    Church Street

    11 reviews

    Church Street in Toronto is primarily known for being the gay district in town. The Church Street gay district is known for being primarily for gay men but some bars are mixed. Also there are some really great restaurants in this part of town.

    Popular withLocalLGBTNightlife
  • 2

    Pride Week Toronto

    2 reviews

    Pride Week Toronto is full of all-night dance parties, family and youth events, and a multitude of parades, including the Dyke March, the Trans* Pride March, and the Pride Parade. In 2014, Pride Toronto will host WorldPride, an annual global celebration held in a different city each year, from June 20-29.

    Popular withLGBTLocal
  • 3

    Rogers Centre

    169 reviews

    Skydome is starting to show its datedness - it's very cavernous and stark with its simple concrete. This was cool in 1990 being the first stadium with a retractable roof, but now it's just lacking the intimacy that makes a baseball game a truly enjoyable outing.

    Popular withLocalStudentsLGBT
  • 4

    Nathan Phillips Square

    9 reviews

    Every year The City of Toronto hosts Nuit Blanche, an amazing weekend when the city is turned into works of art. Artists and artistas decend onto the city and share their amazing talents. The city is alive at night with energy and amazing art. Check it out.

    Popular withBudgetTrendstersLGBT
  • 5

    Canada Place

    31 reviews

    Great place to see the Cruise ships up close! Check out attraction Fly Over Canada! Great views of city and harbour from here.

    Popular withLocalBudgetLGBT
  • 6

    Denman

    2 reviews

    Fun strip with great choice of Restaurants. Check out Espana for Spanish Tapas, Ponchos for Mexican in a low key fun space. Sushi to Ukrainian spots found here. Plenty of spots to people watch.

    Popular withLGBTBudgetLocal
  • 7

    Canadian National Exhibition

    2 reviews

    This is how you know that summer is coming to an end, when ads about the EX, The CNE begins. From August 15-Sept.1, the city of Toronto is beaming with strobe lights, games, rides, shows, and some diabolical type of deep fried food. It is good fun for the fam and groups alike. Great way to round out the summer ...

    Popular withFamiliesLocalLGBT
  • 8

    Old Faithful Shop

    2 reviews

    Crazy, eclectic mix of unique things. This shop regularly reinvent itself.

    Popular withTrendstersDesignLGBT
  • 9

    Celebrities Night Club

    2 reviews

    I heart celebrities. It hearts me back every time I come. The crowd is very random, given it's a gay bar, and everyone is always so friendly. Thursdays is straight night, but I think that has changed. Be sure to check the schedule or call before you go if you are looking for a specific night. Get ready for the ...

    Popular withLGBTAdventureNightlife
  • 10

    Orling & Wu

    2 reviews

    Locally owned and operated, this shop offers great, unique gift ideas. Don't miss it!

    Popular withTrendstersDesignLGBT
  • 11

    Montreal Biodome

    37 reviews

    This is the place to go with family and a group of friends. Whether summertime or winter holidays, there is already some new activity of something ready for us to see and observe. I like to go at least once a year and I never regret it!

    Popular withFamiliesGreenLGBT
  • 12

    Rue Saint-Denis

    14 reviews

    2 blocks from my condo, another fun and trendy street that stretches from North to South and riddled with restaurants and funky boutiques. Spend an afternoon people watching and having a drink on one of the numerous terraces nearby.

    Popular withFoodiesStudentsLGBT
  • 13

    English Bay Beach

    15 reviews

    Vancouvers favorite downtown Beach. Steps to coffee shops and entertainment, in the heart of the West End.

    Popular withOutdoorFamiliesLGBT
  • 14

    Davie St

    3 reviews

    It's the home of the gay subculture. Also may be known as the gaybourhood. There's a tonne of great restaurants to try and several shops to browse. If you get tired you could make an ice cream stop.

    Popular withLGBT
  • 15

    Signal Hill

    8 reviews

    The most popular attraction in St. John's. This is not a tourist trap but an iconic location with panoramic views of St. John's, Cape Spear and the North Atlantic. In my CapeRace book, The Traveller's Diary, I recommend daly visits by foot or car. It's also a fantastic place to visit in the evening. Our house shares the property line ...

    Popular withFamiliesOutdoorLGBT
  • 16

    Fort Amherst

    3 reviews

    Great view of the Battery neighbourhood. Location of the excellent trail head for the East Coast Trail run up the South Side Hills.

    Popular withLocalLGBTHistory
  • 17

    National Arts Centre

    3 reviews
    Popular withLocalFamiliesLGBT
  • 18

    Scandinave Spa Mont-Tremblant

    3 reviews

    Top rated activity for adults. Cost is approximately $50/person. Must be 18 years or older. Great way to relax Estimate at least 3 hours to get the full benefit Bring your CAA or AAA card for a discount

    Popular withSpiritualLuxuryLGBT
  • 19

    Parc Jarry

    3 reviews

    Jarry has become gradually more and more popular starting last year with the numerous slackliners that come and slack on its many trees. It's a vast Parc with a lot going on and I recommend it to all.

    Popular withFamiliesAdventureLGBT
  • 20

    Quidi Vidi Brewing

    2 reviews

    Awesome location.. take the tour.. buy a six-pack and drink it at a local wharf...

    Popular withAdventureLGBTOutdoor
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