Budget Friendly Vacations in Toronto
Most renowned for its beaches, amusement parks and the CN tower, Toronto is one amazing destination that leaves you enthralled from the start. If you are planning your vacations this year to a beautiful city, consider visiting Toronto. Toronto has lots to offer for visitors, particularly married couples. For a truly enjoyable vacation, don’t miss the opportunity to go sightseeing and take pleasure in cultural delights in Toronto.
With numerous museums, shopping malls and marvelous waterfalls in Toronto, you will enjoy every moment to the fullest. A vacation to Toronto can be quiet expensive, however with proper planning you can make your trip budget friendly. Here are a few famous places you can visit in Toronto without shelling out a single penny.
The Riverdale Farm
The Riverdale Farm is one amazing place situated right in the centre of Cabbagetown, a suburb in Toronto. This lush green park is open all year round and you can visit this stunning place anytime between 9am to 5 pm. No entry fee is charged from visitors and you can enjoy a leisure walk here.
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In case you wish to enjoy quiet moments with your loved one and stay away from the hustle and bustle of city life, the Centre Island is one must visit destination in Toronto.
Centre Island Attractions
Most renowned for its amusement parks and other attractions, you will surely have an amazing time here. The most interesting part of this place is that it is situated at a short distance from downtown Toronto.
Fun filled rides for kids are a major attraction at Centre Island, which is also popularly known as Toronto Island. Beaches are also a major attraction for one and all. Some of the other attractions include Frisbee golf course and wading pools.
Visitors can rent bikes and enjoy ferry rides to reach this island. Ferry ride costs approximately $4 – $8. Several restaurants at the island lure visitors. However, in order to keep budget in check you can bring your own lunch.
Centreville Amusement Park remains open from June to September all through the year and you can visit this park from 10am. If you happen to visit this amusement park between May and September you can enjoy your weekends here.
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Distillery Historic District
Get away from your mundane routine by visiting the Distillery Historic District in Toronto. You will find an exquisite collection of architecture dating back to the Victorian era here. Take a stroll around the district to view exclusive boutiques, art galleries and jewelry stores adorned with marvelous collections of accessories. Restaurants, cafes and coffeehouses attract visitors with a variety of mouth-watering delicacies.
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Royal Ontario Museum
Royal Ontario Museum is the largest museum in Toronto and attracts several visitors every year. The museum is situated north of Queen’s park within the premises of Toronto University. Its main entrance is at the Bloor Street. Visitors are largely attracted by numerous art galleries and studios that portray the work of local and international artists.
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