Check out the sights in Toronto
Go Big or Go Home in Toronto
When you hop off the bus in Toronto you’ll immediately see the towering buildings and famous waterfront skyline with the CN Tower front and center. Don’t stop there. Explore many of the other nearby areas such as the St. Lawrence Market or if you have time catch dinner and a movie at the nearby TIFF Bell Lightbox.
St. Lawrence Market
Visit the St. Lawrence Market. Grab a bite to eat at one of the dozens of food stalls in the South Market or take a cooking class in the Market Kitchen. There is something for everyone with over 120 specialty vendors that have unique non-food items as well.
On the weekend visit the North Market where you will find the famous Saturday Farmers’ Market and on Sundays browse through the Antique Market where over 80 antique dealers display their wares. This is the place to go for that ‘one-of-a-kind’ find.
Address: 93 Front St E, Toronto, ON M5E 1C3, Canada
The CN Tower is one of Toronto’s most iconic landmarks. Being the most popular attraction in the city, at 1,815 feet tall, it sees over 1.5 million visitors a year. Take in the breathtaking views from one of its many observation decks or bring out your inner daredevil by walking hands free outside the structure at 1,168 feet above street level on EdgeWalk. You can also enjoy a meal at the 360 Restaurant while revolving 1,151 feet above the city or enjoy a glass of Canadian wine from its “cellar in the sky”.
Address: 290 Bremner Blvd, Toronto, ON M5V 3L9, Canada
Dinner and a Movie
Take in dinner and a movie at the TIFF Bell Lightbox. Known for being the headquarters for the annual Toronto International Film Festival, it is also runs new releases, foreign indie films and many other specialty programming.
350 King Street West (Reitman Square), Toronto, ON
Before your movie enjoy dinner at Luma while overlooking King Street West and the downtown action or enjoy the casual atmosphere of O&B Canteen where you can also find Grab & Go counter food.
Luma: 350 King Street West 2nd Floor Reitman Square, Toronto, ON M5V 3X5, Canada
O&B Canteen: 330 King St. W. Toronto, ON M5V 3X2, Canada
Try out these other dining options that are a short walk once you hop off the Greyhound bus. Scaddabush has a little bit of everything and serves family style so everyone can try all their fresh made pastas and other authentic Italian dishes in a comfortable spirited atmosphere.
Address: 200 Front St. West, Toronto, ON M5V 3J1, Canada
Enjoy chicken, chicken, and more chicken at Union Chicken. From rotisserie to fried, Union Chicken serves up chicken any way you like it. They also have chicken sandwiches and mouthwatering sides that pair great with their cocktails and craft beer selection.
65 Front Street West, Toronto, ON at Union Station