Using extensive travel data from all around the world, we've created a list of the top 10 attractions for each city. Lists are updated with unique and seasonal attractions in real time, so be sure to check back!
What travelers say:"There are ferry links to the city center, small residential communities on the island, Billy Bishop Airport in Toronto, and the islands are leisure tourist attractions, playgrounds, bikes and canoes available for rent on the island. British lieutenant general joseph bushett first surveyed the toronto islands in 1792."
What travelers say:"The island is very busy and each has its own character, although the name is a bit difficult to remember, but after going there was very impressive, beautiful, very original and loved the feeling"
What travelers say:"This address on Trip.com: 20 Bay St, a government agency called Waterfront Toronto, is committed to activation of the waterfront of Lake Ontario. The real waterfront (Toronto waterfront) is not far away, there is a water taxi."
What travelers say:"On the shores of Lake Ontario, public notices have been posted that Toronto Bay can safely engage in recreational activities such as canoes and kayaks. But swimming is not safe because pipes discharge water that may contain rainwater or sewers and contain excess bacteria. No wonder there are only green ducks and seagulls in the water, and people sit on beach loungers."
What travelers say:"Queen’s Wharf is the most important bonus of the trip to Toronto. It is neither an attraction in my plan nor an attraction that I can look for. It just came to me unknowingly. The next day it was sunny. To Toronto Island a few kilometers away"