30 Hidden Secrets & Best Places in Toronto

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Cheap things to do in Toronto! Follow Chas on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/dirtcheapwithchasbruns Instagram: @chasbruns SnapChat: chasbruns Twitter: @chasbruns Follow the escapades of filmmaker Chas Bruns as he travels the world in search of the cheapest tours, food, hotels, hostels and transportation. If you're living on a budget, Chas can show you how to travel for pennies on the dollar. Chas will show you where to go sky diving, waterfall hiking, shark diving and more! This episode takes Chas to Toronto where he explores High Park, Dundas Square, Toronto Waterfront, Woodbine Beach and Niagara Falls. He stays at Planet Traveller and gets a sweet deal on an Airbnb. He dines and drinks at Feed It Forward, Ronnie's Local 069, Kensington Pop Up, Hemingways, SushiHWA, Patties Express, St. Lawrence Market, Bulk Food, Cruda Café, The Distillery District, Spirit of York, El Catrin, Mill Street Brewing, Pho Orchid, Pho Pasteur, Hacienda Las Americas, Crepe It Up, Not Just Noodles, Salty Dog, Davids Tea, Sobeys, Wilbur Mexicana, Sidestreet, Three Hands, The Owl, El Furniture, Sneaky Dee’s, Mullin’s, The Dakota Tavern, The Lakeview Restaurant and Harry’s. He visits Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto Harbor Tours, Allan Gardens, The Riverdale Farm, The CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium, Casa Loma, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto Blue Jays, BG Niagara Tours, Hornblower Niagara Cruise . If you're considering traveling to Toronto, you can't miss this! Music: “Sun Spots” by Silent Partner Artist: YouTube Audio Library Music: “Ditch Diggin” by Jingle Punks Artist: YouTube Audio Library Music: “Go To Town” by Silent Partner Artist: YouTube Audio Library Music: “Walk With Me” by Silent Partner Artist: YouTube Audio Library Music: “Brontosaurus” by Topher Mohr and Alex Elena Artist: YouTube Audio Library Music: “DC Love Go-Go” by Silent Partner Artist: YouTube Audio Library Music: “Road to Moscow” by Jingle Punks Artist: YouTube Audio Library Music: “Sugar Zone” by Silent Partner Artist: YouTube Audio Library Music: “Funk Down” by MK2 Artist: YouTube Audio Library Music: “Stalling” by Topher Mohr and Alex Elena Artist: YouTube Audio Library Music: “Pushing The Stone” by Silent Partner Artist: YouTube Audio Library Music: “Next Funk” by Everet Almond Artist: YouTube Audio Library Music: “Windows Rolled Down” by the 126ers Artist: YouTube Audio Library Music: “Lets Learn French Together” by Union House Band Artist: unionhouseband.com Music: “Lau Tzu Ehru” by Doug Maxwell Artist: YouTube Audio Library Music: “Here We Go Again” by Silent Partner Artist: YouTube Audio Library Music: “Beach Disco” by Dougie Wood Artist: YouTube Audio Library Music: “Salgre” by Jimmy Fontanez Artist: YouTube Audio Library Music: “Back And Forth” by Silent Partner Artist: YouTube Audio Library Music: “Together Witb You” by JR Tundra Artist: YouTube Audio Library Music: “Acid Jazz” by Kevin MacLeod. Acid Jazz by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kevin_MacLeod/Jazz_Sampler/AcidJazz_1430 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Music: “Jon’s On Fire” by Silent Partner Artist: YouTube Audio Library Music: “I Gotta Get Mo’” by Union House Band Artist: unionhouseband.com

Toronto Nightlife: TOP 20 Bars & Clubs

This is my ultimate Toronto nightlife guide featuring the Top 20 bars & best nightclubs which I carefully selected and includes something for everyone, ranging from the Rec Room, Tilt, Uniun, Rebel, Madison, SPiN to CODA. Why: Largest nightlife in Canada, Toronto counts 200+ bars & clubs When: June, July & August Last Call: 2:00am Complete Toronto Nightlife Guide: http://www.reformatt.com/toronto-nightlife-guide (photos, maps, prices & my personal advice) I have spent the last decade living in Toronto and during these 10 years seen a lot of night clubs and bars come and go. It was very difficult to make a Top 20 list of my favorite establishments that I consider here to stay. Toronto, Canada is massive and counts over 400 bars & nightclubs thus I recommend planning out your night carefully especially during the winter months and take an Uber or Lyft between the districts. The most prominent nightlife entertainment districts are King St West, Queen St West, Ossington and the Docks. Start off you Toronto nightlife adventure with local food and drinks at one of the many social bars like the Rec Room and Tilt Arcade Bar at which you can play video game arcades while you can drink. Munch on mindblasting food at Belfast Love, a popular social bar with beer tables and billiards. Alternatively, grab a fancy meal at Baro, an upscale restaurant serving incredible dishes, try ordering their 'Big Ass Steak' haha! If you are on a budget check out The Dime, all their dishes are served for $5 each and are quite delicious. Amazing bars and nightclubs on King St include SPiN for cocktails and ping-pong, Everleigh, hookup bar The Citizen for its large dance floor, Maison, Thompson Rooftop and the giant nightclub Uniun for its fistpumpin' EDM. Top of your nightlife at one of the high profile bars & nightclubs in the city like Rebel, Drake Hotel and CODA. Now on the downside, remember that the Toronto nightlife is short-lived with bars closing at 2:00am and clubs at 3:00am which could feel like a rushed evening. Support my channel and become a subscriber! Click Here To Subscribe! ► http://reformatt.com/subscribe Facebook ► http://facebook.com/reformatt Twitter ► https://twitter.com/reformatt Instagram ► https://instagram.com/reformatt Thanks for all your support, rating the video and leaving a comment is always appreciated!

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25 Things to do in Toronto Travel Guide

Come join us for a city tour of Toronto, Ontario, Canada! In this 25 things to do in Toronto travel guide we feature some of the best attractions, activities, restaurants, museums, shopping and entertainment options in the city along with some off-the-beaten path suggestions that will surely make your stay in the city unique and memorable. In terms of restaurants in Toronto diversity and options galore is the name of the game. You can chow down on dim sum, Korean bibimbap or delicious Ethiopian cuisine. If that doesn't tickle your fancy you have classic Canadian options like poutine and craft beer to wash down on a hot summer day in Toronto. For the sports fan be sure to check out the Hockey Hall of Fame to learn about Canada's national sport and check out professional sports teams the Toronto Maple Leafs, Toronto Raptors and Toronto Blue Jays. GEAR WE USE Olympus OM-D E-M5 II: http://amzn.to/1OchS7t Canon G7X: http://amzn.to/1YdjsYX Olympus 14-150mm II Lens: http://amzn.to/1Y79zeM Rode Video Mic GO: http://amzn.to/1WDKtVM Joby Gorilla Pod: http://amzn.to/1PgoY5F SanDisk 16GB Extreme Pro: http://amzn.to/25KEErs 25 Things to do in Toronto Travel Guide: 1) Ferry to Toronto Islands (Island of Hiawatha) for leisure and recreation 2) CN Tower (French: Tour CN) is observation tower in downtown Toronto 3) Ripley's Aquarium of Canada 4) Harbourfront neighbourhood on the shore of Lake Ontario 5) BeaverTails (Queues de Castor) fried dough pastries 6) Rogers Centre (SkyDome) to watch a Toronto Blue Jays baseball game 7) Graffiti Alley south of Queen Street West from Spadina Avenue t 8) Distillery District for its cafés, restaurants, and shopping in Toronto 9) Chinatown (多倫多華埠) on Dundas Street West and Spadina Avenue for shopping and eating dim sum 10) Kensington Market (aka The Market) is colorful multicultural neighbourhood in Toronto that is wonderful for shopping and people watching 11) ROM: Royal Ontario Museum (Musée royal de l'Ontario) for art, world culture & natural history 12) Steamwhistle Brewing microbrewery for a Pilsner beer and tour 13) Toronto Railway Museum at Roundhouse Park 14) Queen Street West for fashion, arts, live music and shopping 15) Toronto streetcar to get around the city 16) Hockey Hall of Fame (Temple de la renommée du hockey) to learn about the history of ice hockey and its most famous players 17) Air Canada Centre (ACC) to watch the Toronto Maple Leafs NHL ice hockey team and the Toronto Raptors NBA basketball team 18) Koreatown for delicious Korean food and Noraebang (karaoke) 10) Casa Loma Gothic house and gardens (Castle Loma) 20) Spadina House: Spadina Museum Historic House & Gardens 21) U of T: University of Toronto campus walking tour 22) St. Lawrence Market for foodies in the Old Town district of Toronto 23) Cycling and riding a bicycle as part of the Toronto Bike Plan 24) AGO: Art Gallery of Ontario Museum (Musée des beaux-arts de l'Ontario) 25) Toronto Eaton Centre for Yonge-Dundas Square and entertainment Our visit Toronto travel guide documentary covers some of the top attractions including a food guide (best restaurants and street food), top museums and the city by day. We also cover off-the-beaten-path activities you won't find in a typical Toronto tourism brochure or Toronto, Ontario, Canada city tour. SOCIAL MEDIA & TRAVEL BLOGS AUDREY: blog: http://thatbackpacker.com/ instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thatbackpacker/ facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thatbackpacker twitter: https://twitter.com/ThatBackpacker SAMUEL: blog: http://nomadicsamuel.com/ facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nomadicsamuel twitter: https://twitter.com/NomadicSamuel instragram: https://www.instagram.com/nomadicsamuel/ 25 Things to do in Toronto, Ontario Travel Guide and Top Attractions in Toronto, Canada Video Transcript: Toronto is considered Canada’s melting pot. It is said that half of the people living in Toronto were born outside of the country, so that means lots of different languages, sights and flavours, which make the city a really fun place to explore. With only a few days in Toronto, we set out to visit a mix of neighbourhoods, top attractions, and of course, we also made time to sample plenty of food. The following travel guide will showcase 25 things to do in Toronto, so if you’re planning a trip here or you need some travel inspiration, be sure to stick around as we take you on a city tour. And that’s a wrap for TO! We hope you enjoyed this city guide and that it gave you some ideas of what to see and where to go on your trip. As always if you have any suggestions of things to do in Toronto that we may not have mentioned, feel free to share those with fellow travellers in the comments below. For more travel videos from around the world, be sure to hit subscribe! This is part of our Travel in Canada video series showcasing Canadian food, Canadian culture and Canadian cuisine. Music in this video courtesy of Audio Network

Hidden Secrets & Best Places in Tobermory, Ontario (Canada)

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Do you want to visit the hidden secrets & best places in Toronto? These are my 30 carefully selected travel tips, things to do and most unique attractions to visit in Toronto, Canada. Subscribe to my channel ► https://bit.ly/2aeuh9b for weekly videos!

My Toronto travel guide features many hidden secrets and less known places like the Cheltenham Badlands, Little Tokyo, the Dollhouse, Rec Room, Kukum Kitchen and Toronto nightlife tips.

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Sadly, there are too many boring travel guides for Toronto, that's why I dug deep into this city to find the best hidden spots in the largest city of Canada.

My favorite districts are easily located in close proximity; Chinatown, Kensington Market, the Waterfront and the new Little Tokyo district for its delicious Japanese dishes, treats and first Uniqlo store.

Toronto can be expensive if you don't know what you are doing but luckily there are some FREE things to do as well, like hanging out at the RecRoom, Graffiti alley, Sunnyside Pavilion and FREE beer from the Steam Whistle Brewery or drive out of town for the FREE sites at Cheltenham Badlands and Scarborough Bluffs.

I personally recommend going all out because there are so many awesome things to do, do not cheap out, saving up a few extra months will be worth every penny in the end. A rough budget for 5 awesome days in Toronto for 1-person would be around $400 airbnb/hotel and $600 for transit, shopping, food, events, museums & parties = around $1000.

The first thing you have to remember about Toronto is that distances are a lot further than what you may be used to in Europe or Asia, streets and blocks are very large. Everything is very spread out in this massive metropolitan city so try to at least visit a few new districts every day.

My recommendations for a daily itinerary include Annex, Koreatown, Queen Street, Chinatown, Kensington Market and Entertainment district on day 1. Waterfront, Toronto Islands, Yonge Street & Leslieville on day 2 and the outskirts Caledon (Badlands) & Scarborough (Beach) on day 3.

My favorite way to explore Toronto is by jogging, you'll be surprised as to what you may find. Many of these photos were taken at places I randomly ran into, places you will never see on a guided tour.

After dinner at The Dime (where dishes are $5 each) you'll be energized to explore the massive Toronto nightlife. I recommend nightclubs Rebel, Coda or Uniun for some fist pumping and RecRoom, Belfast Love and Tilt for a few drinks but remember the nightlife in Toronto ends very early, the bar closes at 2:00am thus making the nightlife often feel very rushed since most people party extremely hard between 12am and 2am, definitely a down side of the city.

I would love to know if my YouTube video was helpful and if so, please leave a comment below and let me know which place seems most interesting to you? Or let me know if you want more information about a specific place I mentioned.

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