The Queens Quay Terminal in Toronto (located at 207 Queens Quay W) is a free sightseeing spot where you can enjoy the beautiful lakeside scenery of Lake Ontario, place things in the food plaza, and slowly taste the beautiful experience of food and scenery together. Every year millions of tourists from all over the world come to the lake by boat or along the Lakeside corridor. Walk and take pictures.
The terminal of Queen's Wharf is the most important shipping center in the lakeside area. Whether it is a ferry, a tourist boat, a water taxi, etc. to the lakeside island, it is based here. There are also private boat berths nearby, which can satisfy any base of marine tourism.
Every July 1st is Canada's National Day, fireworks rise, Queen's Wharf Terminal is a good place to watch fireworks. Many white boats moored quietly under the blue sky. A number of beautiful red trams slowly passed by the roadside, jumped on one of them (I had Toronto bus monthly ticket) and returned to the subway yellow line Union station.
Here you can enjoy the beautiful lakeside scenery of Lake Ontario, place things in the gourmet square, and slowly taste the beautiful experience of food and scenery together. Every year millions of tourists from all over the world come to visit the lake by boat or stroll along the lakeside corridor for photos. In this unique historical building, you can also find various gift shops, boutique houses and convenience stores.
A boat tour of Lake Ontario can be landed here. Food Square and Lakeside Slow let you fully appreciate the beauty of Toronto.