Three-Day Toronto Tour



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Toronto is a city of neighbourhoods, and this 3-day planner highlights the diversity of Canada's largest city. Activities include walking tours, shopping, and culture.

Author: Crystal


Day 1 - Toronto


Start your day by grabbing breakfast from the vendors at St. Lawrence Market, before enjoying a stroll along Lake Ontario's waterfront. Then, get ready to travel 1,800 feet up in the air at the world-famous CN Tower. (Don't worry - they won't make you take the stairs!) Finish your day with a Broadway-caliber performance at the Royal Alexandra Theatre.


1

St Lawrence Market

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Location:

92 Front St East
(at Jarvis Street)
M5E 1C4 Toronto, Canada

Contact:

tel: +1 416 392 7219
fax: +1 416 392 0120


2

CN Tower

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Location:

301 Front St. W
M5V 2T6 Toronto, Canada

Contact:

tel: +1 416 601 4729
fax: +1 416 601 4753


3

Royal Alexandra Theatre

Location:

260 King St W
(At Simcoe)
M5V 1H9 Toronto,

Contact:

tel: +1 416 872 1212
fax: +1 416 593 7759


Day 2 - Toronto


Today starts on the Danforth, Toronto's Greek neighborhood, home to interesting shops and mouth-watering baklava. Head west along Bloor Street (by foot or by subway) to do some window shopping in Yorkville, where you'll find high-end stores like Tiffany and Hermes. Refuel at New Generation Sushi before enjoying a moonlight walk through the tree-shrouded Victorian homes in the Annex.


1

Danforth (The)

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Location:

Danforth Avenue
Suite 302
M4K 1N2 Toronto, Canada

Contact:

tel: +1 416 429 4479
fax: +1 416 429 9840


2

Yorkville

Location:

55 Bloor Street West
M4W 1A5 Toronto, Canada

Contact:

tel: +1 416 928 3553
fax: +1 416 928 2034


3

New Generation

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Location:

493 Bloor Street West
M5S 1Y2 Toronto, Canada

Contact:

tel: 416 963 8861
fax: +1 416 963 8916


Day 3 - Toronto


The third day of your Toronto trip starts off by taking in some history at the Royal Ontario museum, recently renovated with the jaw-dropping Michael Lee-Chin Crystal. Afterward, enjoy a cappuccino and biscotti at Cafe Diplomatico. Sit on the patio with your snack, and enjoy some of the best people-watching in the city. Then, it's just a few blocks to Kensington Market, Toronto's bohemian haven full of organic fruit stands, thrift stores and bakeries.


1

Royal Ontario Museum

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Location:

100 Queen's Park
M5S 2C6 Toronto, Canada

Contact:

tel: +1 416 586 5549


2

Café Diplomatico

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Location:

594 College Street
M6G 1B3 Toronto, Canada

Contact:

tel: +1 416 534 4637


3

Kensington Market

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Location:

67 Kensington Avenue
(at Dundas Street West)
M5T 2K2 Toronto, Canada

Contact:

tel: +1 416 392 0880
fax: +1 416 392 1330


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