For couples visiting Toronto, the city offers an array of romantic options. Whether you’re looking to enjoy the beauty of nature, indulge in chocolate and massages or take your relationship to new heights, you can do it in Toronto.
Category: Tours & Activities
November 13, 2012
Toronto is the city I hung out in after I got my driver’s license. As a teenager; and a twenty something, I spent many weekends in the city. I had favourite restaurants, neighbourhoods, and festivals. I have memories of the Blue Jays winning the World Series (twice!), and the days of celebrating along Yonge Street.
October 31, 2012
Ice-skating in an urban city is one of those holiday activities that never stops being romantic. The city of Toronto has over 50 outdoor ice rinks, almost all run by the city. Typical rink opening dates are from from Dec.1 until the second week of March, but a few rinks will open a bit earlier this year in late November.
October 2, 2012
Two hundred and eight years old, the St. Lawrence Market has been housing vendors who care about nothing more than the wares they sell. It’s not just the sheer number of vendors here that makes this enormous market special, but the quality, the sense of community and the sense of being a landmark for Toronto—the pride that makes this market special. Today, over 120 vendors call the St. Lawrence Market home, and on the corner of Market and Front Streets you can see what makes this most special of markets so iconic.
February 21, 2012
Dedicated readers of the Viator blog will know how much we enjoy Toronto. As Kelly rightfully declared in her own love letter to Toronto, there are plenty of reasons to love this city. Great restaurants. The Hockey Hall of Fame. The Toronto Blue Jays. An eminently TV- and movie-friendly skyline (who knew Detroit Rock City and Good Will Hunting and Police Academy 1 – 4 were all filmed here!). Toronto is Ontario’s capital and the largest city in Canada; so please, let’s show the city some respect. It’s diverse, culturally enlightened, and easy to reach. Its downtown is also manageably small (in a good way) with numerous quirky neighborhoods and ethnic enclaves keeping the city from getting stale and predictable.
December 1, 2011
I suspect that even Chuck Norris would quiver a little at the sight of Niagara Falls. I’m sure many turn up thinking they’re about to see one of the highest waterfalls in the world, but that’s a mistake. The Falls at Niagara aren’t particularly lofty, but they sure are powerful. It’s the force and volume of water passing over the brutalised escarpment that are spellbinding, not where the water is dropping from.