Best Honeymoon Destinations Guide

Romantic Places in Toronto, Canada

Toronto is the capital of Ontario. This is even the commercial capital of Canada. Toronto is one of the best places to visit or plan a vacation to. The city offers you with a lot of activities and attractions. It promises not to leave you bored at you will always find yourself engaged in some activity or other. There is so much to see and do that you might just get confused. So we offer you some of the best tourist attraction that you should not miss while you are in this fabulous city.

If you have visited Toronto for your honeymoon or as a romantic getaway then we have listed some of the spots for love & romance in Toronto. You can also plan to visit these place to make your valentine day special as well.

List of Top Romantic Places in Toronto

Toronto Islands

Accompanying a short ferry ride, couples can appreciate a modern amusement park, fishing, disc golf or even an apparel discretionary shore.

Toronto Islands

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The CN Tower

The CN Tower is Toronto’s tallest and most striking feature. It gives you a beautiful picturesque view of the city. Walking across the glass floor 113 stories above the ground is quiet an interesting dared. The 360 Restaurant revolves to give you let you enjoy the city with delicious meals.

The CN Tower

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Royal Ontario Museum

With six million objects in its collections and 40 galleries of art, archaeology and natural science this is the largest museum in Canada. The Gallery of Gems and Gold features a rare collection of gems, crystal and jewelry pieces.

Royal Ontario Museum

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Toronto Zoo

The Toronto Zoo is World class zoo because of its interactive education and conservation activities. It inspires people to love, respect and protect the wildlife. It is set in the stunning Rouge Valley. It is home to more than 5000 animals.

Toronto Zoo

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Centre Island

Nestled between Ward’s Island and Hanlan’s Point this is an escape from the hustle bustle of the city. You can rent a go biking on the biking trails of the island or you can go canoeing and kayaking.

Centre Island Toronto

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Casa Loma

A castle in the city perched on a hill in North End, Casa Loma is a tourist attraction you shouldn’t miss. The secret passageways, breathtaking towers, sweeping staircase, 800-foot tunnel, stables and five-acre gardens never fail to excite anyone.

Casa Loma Toronto

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Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada

Over 13,500 species of underwater creatures including jellyfish, tropical fish, seahorses, stingrays, long sand tiger sharks, large tooth sawfish and more will make you look at the water world with admiration and awe.

Ripley's Aquarium of Canada

Photo Credit – Jamie McCaffrey

Art Gallery of Ontario

This art gallery features Henry Moore sculpture gallery, Masterpieces by Anthony van Dyck, Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso, Vincent Van Gogh and many others, essential works by major Canadian artists, modern works demonstrating major Canadian, American and European art movements and so much more.

Art Gallery of Ontario

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African Lion Safari

Experience the wild African wonders at African Lion Safari. Watch the giraffes, exotic birds and majestic lions, and the wild cheetahs roam around in the forest. There are also breeding programs for endangered birds, Asian elephants, giraffes and rhinoceroses.

African Lion Safari

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Hockey Hall of Fame

This is the only sports museum in the world. Spread across over 60,000 square feet, the Hall of Fame features the finest collection of hockey artifacts, unmatched collection of hockey-related merchandise and memorabilia along with so much more to gaze at.

hockey hall of fame

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High Park Greenhouse Picnic Table

Making out in a park may be prosaism, yet there’s an excuse for why it’s a predictable decision for teen lovers and mature person accomplices with a partiality for over-presentation. The most under-advertised is a little spot by the recreation center’s nursery, where couple of lone picnic tables rest waiting for adoring occupants.

Couple at High Park

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Cherry Beach

Cherry Beach dependably summons warm, fluffy emotions in me, essentially since its one of the best places in Toronto to accept a wet, slobbery kiss from another canine companion. That is positively a type of public affection.

cherry beach toronto

Photo Credit – Grant MacDonald


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