No trip to Toronto, Canada would be complete without a visit to Toronto Harbourfront Centre. Stretching out across 10 acres, this scenic sight is situated just off of Queen’s Quay West on the shores of Lake Ontario. Spend a few hours or an entire day here, where you can watch the boats sailing out on the water, or take a cruise through the Toronto Islands, and so much more.
A wide variety of events are held year round, including art shows, exhibitions, and cultural celebrations of all kinds. It’s the perfect spot to catch some of the city’s hottest music festivals, art shows, and more. If you visit in the winter, spend a romantic Valentine’s Day strolling along the boardwalk, or ice skating at Natrel Rink. Stop and browse the vendor shopping options, or take a ferry ride out on Lake Ontario. There’s excitement in every season, making the Toronto Harbourfront Centre an ideal place to explore in this colorful, multicultural city.
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