The Toronto Time at Sites and Nightlife

Toronto’s huge zoo will be interesting for both children and adults. Many species of exotic animals and birds live here in the natural conditions of their habitat. A monorail railway is laid across the territory of the zoo, and from the car window you can observe the inhabitants of the zoo. Wild Water Kingdom is a kingdom of water attractions and the largest water park in Canada. 

It offers 15 water slides, a large pool with artificial waves reaching a height of one and a half meters, a jacuzzi. For children under 6 years old there is a children’s water playground with slides and fountains under the beautiful name “Dolphin Bay”. There are playgrounds near the water part of the park where, for a fee, you can play mini-golf, volleyball and climb rope nets. Before you head for the Toronto Nightlife these are the options that you can also got for.

Sport

Toronto has many sports facilities and excellent opportunities for various sports: skiing – pistes are located, for example, in the North York Ski Center parks, ice skates – there are many indoor and indoor ice rinks, cycling and jogging routes in spacious city parks in Toronto more than 200 tennis courts, a large number of outdoor and indoor pools, in the city and its environs there are many picturesque golf courses, and convenient proximity to the shores of Lake Ontario provides a choice of water sports.

Shopping

Numerous shops, boutiques and shopping centers are located throughout the city, the most popular shops of Toronto are located on Yonge Star, in Sherway Gardens, Yorkville shopping centers, in the 17-storey Carrot Common shopping center, the Woodbine Center indoor shopping park, in Shoppers World Danforth.

Night life

Toronto has more than 60 nightclubs, discos and clubs with live music: for example, the Purgatory Toronto entertainment complex, the Republik Nightclub, the popular Phoenix Concert Theater or the Senator jazz club, as well as more than 100 pubs and sports bars, including the popular Dominion pub or English Ducke of Richmond.

The beach is created directly opposite the Toronto Sugar Factory, a great place to rest and relax. Opening in 2010, the beach does not fulfill its direct function, that is, you cannot swim here. But then, this is a great place to relax, where there are walking paths, sun loungers and benches, as well as many cafes, very cozy and comfortable.

For many tourists and locals, the beach creates an atmosphere of relaxation on the coast, warm and clean. Snow-white sand caresses the feet and has a pleasant free time. In 2011, Sugar Beach became the venue for the film festival. For visitors, a barge is parked opposite the beach, on which a huge screen is installed and films are shown. On the beach there is also a stage where various concerts and other events are periodically held. By the way, such an unusual and beautiful fountain was created here, in the form of a traditional Canadian leaf.

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