At 553.3 meters, this is one of the world's tallest buildings. Since its spectacular opening in 1976, the CN Tower has hosted ... More
At 553.3 meters, this is one of the world's tallest buildings. Since its spectacular opening in 1976, the CN Tower has hosted close to two million visitors a year. One of the most exciting ways to see the world is from the exterior, glass-floored observation deck, located 342 meters above the ground. Go up to the Space Deck at 447 meters and marvel at a spectacular 160-kilometer view. The revolving 360 Restaurant and Horizons Bar complete the dizzying picture.
What I dislike? Nothing.
The word which describe the sensation is magnificient, unbelievable.
When you step on the glass floor situated at 342 m above the ground and looked down, everything is going crazy.
Your mind tells you that you are safe, but your body is crying " run for your life", the adrenaline is pumped up with light speed, your balance is lost.
The view is once again magnificient.
The CN tower is the tallest free standing structure in the world. You can try to compare the other buildings to it but the view you can see from the Top of Toronto is by far the best in the city. Some attactions to see, two bars and a resturant are up on the top including 2 different types of observation levels. A couple things no one tell you, bring your gum cause the elevator ride will pop some ear drums on the ride up or down, drinking at higher attitudes makes you drunk quicker, the glass floor can make some people freak out... its a grwat afternoon or date event
I went to the CN Tower for my birthday it was the best birthday ever. The ride up was uncomfortable because of my ears popping but other than that the view was great. It was so windy up top that we couldn't really go outside of it. And when it got dark the lights of the city were so beautiful. Toronto seemed so big and full of life. After getting off the CN Tower we walked around the city people were so friendly and the clubs were a lot of fun. Toronto is awesome!!!
The overall experience is interesting and a must do when visiting Toronto. I would recommend it to all out-of-towners. I also think that it is a great experience for those who live in town and never do attractions. My personal favourite was the restaurant. I would say the best time to go would have to be at dinner. You get the food, and a beautiful view of the sun setting over the Lake Ontario. The restuarant revolves, so you get to see the city from the sky. I would recommend getting the pasta (although everything is a little pricey, understandble considering it is in the sky). I had cheesecake which was delicious. Another benefit is if you go to the restaurant, you just take the stairs down to the observation decks. Basically, you get a two for one special.
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