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The 7 Most Instagrammable Spots In Toronto

When it comes to ‘gram-worthy places, there’s endless Instagrammable Spots across the globe, but which ones are the best? 

When it comes to ‘gram-worthy places, there’s endless Instagrammable Spots across the globe, but which ones are the best? 

From urban skylines and tropical rainforest waterfalls to cotton-candy-hued cafés, we’ve rounded up the most photogenic places in every country in the world. The places where you’ll capture travel photos that you’ll want to share with everyone you know.

Visiting Toronto? These are the top 7 Toronto Instagram spots you can’t afford to leave off your feed.

1. Pink Park

June Callwood Park is an Instagrammer’s dream – pink, pink and more pink. The park has geometric designs, a striking pink covering, pink benches and more.

The park was built in memory of Canadian journalist and social activist June Callwood.

 

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2. The Thompson Rooftop

Head to Thompson Hotel in Downtown Toronto for a cocktail on the rooftop lounge if you’re feeling fancy.

You’ll be rewarded with breathtaking 360° views of the downtown Toronto skyline and Lake Ontario. Bubbles and a great Toronto Instagram shot? Perfect.

 

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3. Nathan Phillips Square

Nathan Phillips Square is a vibrant, active space in the heart of the City, where you’ll find the iconic ‘Toronto’ letters to pose with. A lovely reflection pool is a must-see on a sunny day.

The ice rink during winter is particularly pretty.

 

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4. Sweet Jesus

Love ice cream? What about insanely Instagrammable ice cream? You need to check out Sweet Jesus, so.

The chain serves seriously pimped out ice cream, cakes and other fantastically pretty sweet treats. You’ll be coming back again and again.

 

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5. Graffiti Alley

Graffiti Alley, aka Rush Lane, runs west from Spadina Ave. to Portland St. and is one of the best spots in the city for graffiti.

Amazing colourful murals line the 1km stretch and you’ll often stumble upon local street fests and other fun events taking place.

 

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6. Cocktail Emporium

A one-stop-shop (well, actually there’s two locations) for cocktail enthusiasts, this Miami-styled cocktail store is a real treasure trove. Dinky accessories, 100s of flavours of bitters and a super Instagrammable layout.

With every purchase from the shop you get a cute recipe card with drinks from Toronto bartender. Win-win.

 

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7. Sanko Trading Co

Serving up Japanese groceries in Toronto since the ’60s, Sanko Trading Co. has everything you need – and everything you never thought you would – when it comes to Japanese ingredients.

The store itself is bright, colourful, and oh-so-cute.

 

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