Top 7 Toronto Instagramable Locations
Recently, my partner and I went for a few days to Toronto, and we just got IN LOVE with that city.
It was our first long trip since the pandemic started, so we enjoy every minute of it, of course we make the most of our trip by creating a lot of content, which is why today I will share to you the BEST places where you can take photos on Toronto.
Edward Garden’s - Is one of the most beloved public gardens at Lawrence Avenue and Leslie Street (Mid-town) among several parks located along Toronto's ravines, many of which are connected by hiking and cycling trails and connected to the shores of Lake Ontario.
The park's manicured lawns and flower beds make it a popular for tourist to take photographs, especially on this time of the year.
Toronto City Hall - Is the seat of the municipal government of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and one of the city's most distinctive landmarks there you can find a very illuminated and modern Toronto Sign which is perfect to take some pictures if you want to create some travel content for your blog or social media
If you’re touristing hard, you must make a stop at the Toronto Sign located in Toronto’s Nathan Phillips Square. It’s just a must-check-off-your-list, but depending on when you go, they would hold events at the Square.
Gooderham building - Is an historic office building at 49 Wellington Street East in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is located on the eastern edge of the city's Financial District. It's one of the most photographed structures in the city, mostly due to its unique shape.and it's also a home to offices of several companies.
Other places you DEFINETLY should visit while in Toronto are:
Casa Loma - It is a Gothic style mansion and garden in midtown Toronto that is now a historic house museum and landmark. Due to its unique architectural character in Toronto, Casa Loma has been a popular filming location for movies and television. Few things that may help is to use a wide-angle lens or visit in the summer or spring and then try and compose your shot with flowers in the foreground.
Polson Pier Skyline View - which is one of the classic Toronto spots. It’s somewhat secret as most tourists probably aren’t aware of this location. If you want to make the most of the golden hour and then the blue hour you add Polson Pier to the list of places to take good shots on Toronto.
Allan Garden’s - This hidden gem is located right in the heart of the city and is surrounded by one of the city’s oldest parks. You’ll feel like you’re in a wondrous jungle at times with narrow pathways lined with lush plants and trees. It’s easily one of the best places in Toronto to photograph.
High Park - Set right in the heart of the city, High Park is full of fun photography spots any time of year. High Park is not a traditional city park. There is a big portion of the park that is still in its natural state, providing a wild experience in the middle of the concrete jungle. You’ll find everything from ravine trails to beautiful gardens.
I hope you find these tips helpful, am so excited to see what you are inspired to create on those beautiful places!
Thank you so much for reading!!!