Trip Plan Details
- Kensington MarketKensington Market, Toronto, ON M5T, Canadarecommended Kensington MarketKensington Market is full of great restaurants, unique stores, art and music. A must see!Recommended for:
- ChinatownSpadina Avenue, Toronto ON M5T, Canadarecommended ChinatownChinatown is a great place to visit during the day. I love shopping at the fruit markets and visiting the bakeries and restaurants.Recommended for:
- Harbourfront Centre235 Queens Quay W, Toronto, ON, Canadarecommended Harbourfront CentreWalking / cycling along the waterfront is definitely the best way to spend an evening.Recommended for:
- Mezes, Toronto 456 Danforth Averecommended Mezes, TorontoI came here with a date and a good friend of mine after she said that I must hit Greek-town while Toronto. The food was great...authentic and fresh. Like its namesake, you primarily share lots of mid ... read moresized plates of hummus, Taramasalata Greek Salads, Garides, Octopi, etc...highly recommended
- Yorkville104 Yorkville Ave, Toronto, Ontario, Canadarecommended YorkvilleThis is Toronto's hottest hood. It's a combo of Soho, 5th Ave and the West Village. It's loaded with great restaurants, bars, patio bars...and yes if you are so inclined...shopping. The crowd is very ... read moremulti-national which I really liked.Steve Hunter
There is plenty to do in Toronto...it's a major multi-cultural city on the water. If you're a movie buff TIFF is one of the largest film festivals in the world...for more
- Royal Ontario Museum100 Queen's Park, Toronto, ON M7A Canadarecommended Royal Ontario MuseumIf you have time for just one museum in Toronto, might want to make it this one. Art (including from Canada's First Nations), natural history, and special exhibitions from at home and abroad all make ... read moreit more than you could possibly see in just an hour.
- Casa Loma1 Austin Terrace, Toronto, ON M5R Canadarecommended Casa LomaAdmit it; we all have that dream where we become an eccentric millionaire and build some giant, medieval-style castle home on top of a hill outside our city, decorating it with thrones and suits of ... read morearmor and paintings depicting heroic journeys. (Um, right?) That's just what Sir Henry Pellatt did almost a century ago. He built a home with turrets, gilded furniture and secret passageways fit for a king. I love places like this: Hearst Castle, Castello di Amorosa, the documentary Queen of Versailles, etc. You get to see the inner workings of someone's biggest dreams and fantasies. Sir Pellatt's dream was to host royalty, and he build a bedroom just for that purpose (he did have British nobility stay, but never official royalty). Plus, suits of armor are just cool.
- Smoke's Poutinerie578 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON, Canada
- Steam Whistle Brewing255 Bremner Boulevard, Toronto, ON, Canadarecommended Steam Whistle BrewingThe brewery tour was among the best I've seen! Very interesting company, from choosing to open a brewery in the historic train depot to the great beer they make today. The seemingly endless samples ... read morearen't bad either!
- Distillery Historic DistrictThe Distillery District, Toronto, ON M5A, Canada
- Pizzeria Libretto221 Ossington Avenue, Toronto, ON M6J 2Z8, Canada
- Art Gallery of Ontario317 Dundas Street West, Toronto, ON, Canada
- St. Lawrence Market92- 95 Front St E, Toronto, ON M5E 1C3, Canada
recommended WaterlooAlmost a suburb of Toronto. Notable for WIlfrid Laurier university and also CIGI, backed by RIM. Used to be the main location for the Seagrams distillery, which was a kind of industrial utopia. Now ... read morethe building is the CIGI campus. Very nice large Ontario town/small city, but hardly a must see.Recommended for:D'Maris Coffman
A possibility if you've got a car.
recommended Sault Ste. MarieGorgeous scenery!! It is a long drive but worth it. Especially in fall or spring when the temperature extremes are not as bad. Could do it as a day trip from Toronto.D'Maris Coffman
If you get bored, you can always do a day trip north. But there's loads to do in Toronto.