Йорквилл РокТоронто, Канада
4.6 / 5
Yorkville Rock is a beautiful giant rock located in the center of the city. It is a pleasant place to sit or simply admire while sitting around it. The rock is not slippery at all. It is definitely a must-visit attraction in Toronto. I highly recommend everyone to go and see it! It is a wonderful place, although I wouldn't say it's peaceful. No one bothers you though. It is the best place for couples and families. It is located in an area with food streets. Grab a coffee at Starbucks and enjoy the evening. The rock has hosted jazz festivals as well as mariachi band performances. There are plenty of food trucks! We danced on the street, people watched, and saw many fancy cars. We also had drinks here. It is an interesting way to spend an hour or two. It is just a big rock where a lot of people usually gather. There are no restrooms and wheelchair access. It can get crowded. There is no menu, so you get what you get. It is best to visit during the day or late evening. It is great for dancing or relaxing, although the crowd may vary. There is no patio, but there are chairs and tables on a first-come, first-served basis. It is relatively clean. There is no smoking area. It is open 24 hours. I would give it 3/5 stars, and I would visit again. I took some time to pause and admire the huge rocks that were transported from the Canadian glaciers. The entire mass is made up of different rocks joined together in a way that looks natural and crater-like. They are said to be approximately a billion years old, and I was in awe and had a sense of reverence for them. I sat at the tables near the fountain to admire the rocks on a hot sunny day in August.
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