Toronto has many points of interests and offers a variety of fascinating things to see. Whether you want to delight in the city sky line, watch the sunset and sunrise, go plane spotting or admire nature and animals, there are several places to go sight seeing in Toronto. Here's a list of 6 breathtaking places to witness the dramatic views in Toronto, if you're looking to have some alone time, go on a romantic date or chill out with a couple of friends:

1. Toronto Skyline

Lakeshore Blvd. 

There are several spots where you can sight see the Toronto skyline, but Lakeshore Blvd is the most predominant one. You can have a picnic on the grass or take a seat on the rocks. Whether you go to Humber Bay, Sunny Side Beach, Harbour Front, Riverdale Park or Polson Pier, you're guaranteed a breathtaking view. If you want to do something extraordinary, cruise Lake Ontario or hit up the Toronto Islands to view the beautiful Toronto skyline.

2. City Views


There are numerous amounts of patios, restaurants and venues that provide spectacular views of the sky scrapers in the city. Some include LAVELLE, Thompson Rooftop, dbar at Four Seasons, Arriba overlooking the Rogers Centre and many more.

3. Plane Spotting

Airport Road 

Plane spotting can provide you with an exceptional sight seeing experience. On average Toronto Pearson has over 1500 landings per day. The best place to have this extraordinary encounter is at Airport Road and Orlando Drive inside the Wendy's parking lot. You can also witness plane arrivals and departures off Convair Drive.

4. Admiring Nature and Animals

Rouge Park 

There's something so peaceful about admiring nature and animals. Several places in Toronto include plenty of flora and fauna such as Rouge Park, Evergreen Brick Works, High Park, Toronto Music Garden, Allen Gardens, Riverdale Farm and many more.

5. Lake Views

Tommy Thompson Park 

Beaches obviously provide the best views of Lake Ontario. Check out Sugar Beach, Tommy Thompson Park, Ashbridges Bay Park, Woodbine Beach, Scarborough Bluffs or the Toronto Islands to see magnificent views of Lake Ontario.

6. Sunset and Sunrise

Hanlan's Point 

Watching the sunrise and sunset is one of the most beautiful ways of sight seeing. Some of the best places to check dramatic rises and sets would be Hanlan's Point, Leslie Street Spit, Downsview Park, Marilyn Bell Park, and Grenadier Pond at High Park.

Where will you be going sight seeing? 

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