It's great to walk around this area when the weather is nice. There is often a concert or something interesting happening here. I was fascinated by watching countless speedboats carrying people along the waterfront, but as a tourist, I was disappointed because there are not many shops in this area.
Toronto is very big, and when I decided that the traffic basically depends on walking, I felt that it was bigger. I feel that I have only traveled to this area within the inner ring of Shanghai, and there is still a large part of it that I have not explored
The super beautiful lakefront is suitable for a walk after dinner. There are various cruises and water taxis to choose from. It is very convenient to go to the lake island. You can also sit by the lake and watch the planes take off and take off at Toronto Island Airport. It feels like you can watch the day.
There are many restaurants by the lake, although they are quite expensive, there is also a beaver tail that can be eaten as dessert, although it is really sweet
This lakeside area is very large, and there are many yachts parked here. Just like a pier, there are many ships here. ❤️,🛥️🛥️🛥️🛥️🛥️🛥️
If you just walk around, the harborfront center is free. There is a beautiful hiking trail with some people riding bicycles and some roller skating. There are many options for sightseeing: water taxi, boat rental, kayaking, canoeing, surfing, etc. It is picturesque, just like the impressionism of Monet and others.
Preston_Dominguez: 235 Queens Quay W | at Lower Simcoe St., Toronto, Ontario M5J 2G8, Canada
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended CN Tower,Toronto Islands,Distillery Historic District,Toronto's Chinatown,New Town Hall