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Toronto Islands is another hot-spot recreation destination. Located just offshore a ferry ride away from Toronto proper, they are the only islands in this part of Lake Ontario. Since only a few vehicles are permitted, they are the largest urban car-free zone in North America. Recreation…
A huge park off the waterfront downtown. To the East there is a lovely neighborhood of small cottages, in the middle is Centre Island with a small Amusement park and to the West there are Beaches (including a nude beach at Hanlans point)
A great place to get away from the concrete jungle (especially during the summer). Stunning views and great beaches. The cafe on the island is pretty cool too.
Take the ferry over to the Toronto Islands for a full day of biking around and exploring the various beaches! Feel like you aren't in the city anymore!
Take the ferry over to the Toronto Islands for the day and enjoy no cars and an environment that feels like you aren't in the city anymore! Lots of fun things to discover including numerous beaches!
Take the ferry over to the Toronto Islands for the day, bring a picnic and bike around, discover all the islands have to offer including some amazing hidden beaches - feel like you aren't in the city anymore!
Toronto Islands med Airbnb-opplevelser
Bli kjent med dette ikoniske landemerket gjennom Airbnb-opplevelser, små gruppeaktiviteter ledet av lokalkjente
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“The CN Tower is a 553.3 m-high concrete communications and observation tower located in Downtown Toronto”
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