Clean, state of the art, friendly, could get confused while trying to locate buildings, eateries near by, not cheap
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This University located within the city is beautifully laid out with Victorian style buildings & windows. The ambience is peaceful & serene and ideally suited for enhancing knowledge. There are lush green lawns, trees and even green vines on buildings,providing a very comforting & peaceful...More
The University of Toronto is steeped in history and without exaggeration or hubris one of the top universities in the world: comparable with Oxford, Harvard and Le Sorbonne. The University is structured like Oxford in that individual universities and colleges are federated into the larger...More
We went there with two of our son's to see where our youngest son will be for the next little while. It was very nice to walk in the park and also visiting all the different buildings. Very impressive library too. We had a good...More
We covered the vast majority of the campus during a morning jog. Interesting architecture and layout made us look forward to every corner and made the miles pass virtually unnoticed.
A beautiful campus to stroll through and look at all the old buildings. I live in Boston and this campus looks so similar to Harvard.
King's College on the grounds of U of T is a great place for photographers. Lots of great architecture, interesting details and varied lighting conditions. You can easily spend hours just wandering the grounds. Some buildings require a permit to photograph in so check first.
U of T alum here! Absolutely loved attending university here, and even if you're not a student, it's an absolutely stunning campus to walk around.