These are the most romantic places in Toronto

Feb 8 2019, 10:31 pm

With Valentine’s Day coming up, and a population of almost 3 million, Toronto has its fair share of couples looking to spice things up in the month of love.

Thankfully, Google Maps has rounded up some of the city’s most special restaurants, landmarks and more. And all are perfect for a romantic rendezvous.

Whether it’s a date to Snakes & Lattes, a photo-shoot at Casa Loma or a good ol’ Valentine’s Day kiss in the Distillery District, these 6ix spots will surely serve you well.

You can see Google’s complete map of all the steamiest TO spots here.

Without further adieu, these are Google’s most romantic spots in Toronto.

Casa Loma

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Toronto’s only castle is a majestic maze of towers and beautifully decorated rooms and tunnels. The grounds feature a stunning view of the castle, and the conservatory fountain is a particularly romantic spot. The perfect place to re-enact your favourite medieval-fantasy romance!

Top of the CN Tower

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The most recognizable landmark in Toronto’s skyline is an ongoing romantic destination, coupled with the best view in town. This 553-metre tall tower remains one of the tallest in North America and boasts a glass floor, revolving eatery and exterior wall-walk for the very brave. The panoramic view offers an experience like staring down from the heavens.

Bentway Skate Trail

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Who would’ve thunk that a spot under a highway could be so romantic? The Bentway is a unique and innovative public space that transforms almost two full km under the Gardiner Expressway into a new gathering place for the city’s growing population. Art shows, community events and ice skating are all major happenings down under. Nothing says “unique date” more than weaving your way through the pillars of an overpass on a pair of skates, while traffic rumbles overhead.

Humber Bay Arch Bridge

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A pedestrian and cyclist through-arch that spans Humber River before feeding into the lake, the Humber Bay Arch bridge is a unique structure where one can enjoy sunsets and gaze at Toronto’s skyline. Romantics snap a photo facing east, with Lake Ontario behind you.

Distillery District Heart

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With its cobbled streets and old brick buildings, the Distillery District is a beautiful place to eat, drink and celebrate romance. Its LOVE sign is the prime spot to pose for a romantic photo.

Fox Theatre

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Located in Toronto’s Beaches neighbourhood, this adorable little cinema will take you and your partner back in time. Up your movie-date game with a retro-feel.

St. Lawrence Market

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The St. Lawrence Market’s 100+ vendors, bakers, butchers and artisans are great fun to explore. It’s easy to lose yourself for an afternoon in the countless sights and smells. Take the opportunity to try out some new things with that special someone.

Snakes and Lattes

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If you’re one who thrives on friendly competition, look no further than Snakes and Lattes. Cozying up and playing some classic board games while sipping a hot, tasty beverage sounds like the ideal date.

Love Crescent

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… And for the literal-minded, there’s always Love Crescent. Turn a neighbourhood stroll on its head by taking this route; the perfect, quirky spot to steal a smooch and snap a pic.

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