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啤酒廠
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“Sample one of my personal favourite brews at the source. It just so happens you can hit several places of interest in one area - even if they are slightly off the beaten path public transport path even in winter.”
  • 158位當地人推薦
露天廣場
“Nathan Phillips Square is the name of the big open space in front of the Toronto City Hall. Both are famous, especially the big TORONTO sign that all tourists take a selfie with!”
  • 139位當地人推薦
音樂廳
“Home of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Less than 2km away, it’s just a short car ride away”
  • 108位當地人推薦
Museum
“It’s fitting that a museum devoted to shoes would be located in Yorkville, Toronto’s fashion-forward shopping mecca. Bata Shoe Museum focuses on footwear from around the world and throughout time. Four exhibits are on display at any given time, one of which is fairly permanent and covers a general overview on the history of shoes for the past 4500 years, including Chinese silk shoes for bound feet and a huge collection of Native American and Arctic footwear. Among their celebrity shoes, you’ll find the Dalai Lama’s flip flops, Marilyn Monroe’s high heels, and Elton John’s platforms. The museum is open every day of the year, except Christmas and Good Friday. Admission is $14, except on Thursday evenings when it’s “pay what you can,” with a suggested donation of $5.”
  • 120位當地人推薦
Beach
“A day at the beach is a great opportunity for building sandcastles, swimming, throwing a frisbee, having a picnic and playing in the sun.”
  • 123位當地人推薦
墨西哥餐廳
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“If you crave Mexican food, this is our go to spot! Baja fish taco, Steak and Chicken Quesadillas...and a lot more! Price is $$.”
  • 154位當地人推薦
牙醫辦公室
“All your favourite stores in one place. There's also a No Frills grocery store and Walmart.”
  • 146位當地人推薦
露天廣場
“Toronto's version of Times Square. Lots of bright lights, restaurants, a movie theatre, and a shopping mall.”
  • 157位當地人推薦
歷史遺跡
“Famed for the transformation of its once-deteriorating heritage buildings into a prime location for all things geotourism, this dynamic, LEED-certified environmental center and park hosts interactive workshops and community festivals on the themes of ecology, technology and the environment. There's a garden market, an ice rink and lots of nature trails, which can be explored on foot or by bike (rentals are available). Check the website to see what's going on. Take the free shuttle bus from Broadview subway station. If you're traveling with little ones, don't miss the Children's Garden, a wonderful hands-on area where kids can garden, build using repurposed materials or just play in the water and sand features. For food, stop in at the coffee shop or the restaurant, specializing in local and organic food.”
  • 167位當地人推薦
Beach
“A nice island retreat from the city. There is a ferry at Jack Layton Ferry Terminal that you can take to get to the island.”
  • 134位當地人推薦
披薩店
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“Terroni is an institution and it's not very far: ~15 minutes on foot. In the summer, they have a spectacular backyard patio. ”
  • 167位當地人推薦
酒吧
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“Hunters Landing Bar Grill Restaurant is a great place to visit before or after a Leaf or Jay game and is known for its Great Food & atmosphere.”
  • 96位當地人推薦
Zoo Exhibit
“It is located in Scarborough, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Encompassing 287 hectares, the Toronto Zoo is the largest zoo in Canada. It is divided into seven zoogeographic regions: Indo-Malaya, Africa, Americas, Tundra Trek, Australasia, Eurasia, and the Canadian Domain.”
  • 84位當地人推薦
城堡
“Casa Loma is a Gothic Revival style mansion and garden in midtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada, that is now a historic house museum and landmark. It was constructed from 1911 to 1914 as a residence for financier Sir Henry Pellatt. The architect was E. J. Lennox, who designed several other city landmarks.”
  • 121位當地人推薦
公園
“A little over 100 years old, Allan Gardens Conservatory is a striking sight with its glass domes, steel framing, and symmetrical geometry. The almost 5000 meter space contains five linked greenhouses filled with tropical plants from around the world. The central, largest, and oldest dome, the Palm House, contains the tallest plants, including bananas and pine, while two tropical houses, a cool house, and a cactus house brim with orchids, citrus trees, and more. The park is open every day of the year, with rotating seasonal exhibitions, and is always free.”
  • 132位當地人推薦
披薩店
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“Wood-fired Neapolitan-style pizzas made with simple ingredients and served in a bustling space.”
  • 150位當地人推薦