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Best things to do in Toronto

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Monument / Landmark
“We recommend going to the revolving restaurant for lunch to take in the views over Toronto while you eat.”
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Monument / Landmark
“We loved the views from the top and really had fun laying on the glass floor.”
643local recommendations
Convention Center
“We take great pride in providing a premium experience for every event that comes through our doors. From our bright and modern spaces to our commitment to the highest quality service – we’ve earned our reputation as North America’s leading Convention Centre. The Metro Toronto Convention Centre is Canada’s largest convention facility covering over 2 million square feet.”
40local recommendations
Monument / Landmark
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“Beautiful views of the city as the restaurant rotates 360 while you eat an amazing meal.”
31local recommendations
Establishment
“The Metro Toronto Convention Centre hosts a number of different events, shows, concerts and more. It's located right by the unit!”
31local recommendations
Convention Center
“Special events at the MTCC Metro Convention Centre on a regular basis. It is only about 5 minutes down the street ”
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Rental Car Location
“Friendly and conveniently located car rental place for quick and easy car rental.”
4local recommendations
Monument / Landmark
“CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium and St. Lawrence Market, a beautiful long walk. Take Front street and walk east. You’ll walk by the CN Tower, the tall free-standing structure, a great way to see the city from way above. Ripley’s is next to the CN Tower. You will then walk through the financial district and a part of the original downtown which is Yonge Street. Yonge street runs north-south, it is said to be the longest street in the world, walk north and explore. Yonge street divides the city from the east side to the west side. There’s a big mall called The Eaton Centre at Yonge and Queen/Dundas. St. Lawrence Market is at Jarvis/Front. http://www.stlawrencemarket.com/ www.cntower.ca/en-ca/home.html ”
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Restaurant
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“Polished hotel lobby restaurant with soaring windows, serving seasonal cuisine morning till night. ”
3local recommendations
Convention Center
“If you are in town for a convention, chances are you will be going to the Metro toronto convention centre, this just shows how close it is!”
4local recommendations
Establishment
“A museum for all things CBC...If you grew up watching the Friendly Giant or similar shows, this spot is great for nostalgia.”
2local recommendations
Establishment
“Toronto's largest underground shopping complex! Access from the CBC building. (4 min walk)”
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Monument / Landmark
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Restaurant
1local recommendations
Convention Center
“MTCC always has event taking place! From car shows, to university tours to Conventions”
2local recommendations