Toronto was recently voted the most youthful city in the world, beating out cities like Berlin, New York, and Paris. After spending a day downtown it's easy to understand why. The city of Toronto is bursting with life. Everywhere you look someone is biking down the street, heading to a party, or... hooking up? If you're a youthful Torontonian looking for a place to bring your special someone this holiday season check out our picks for the top ten places to, ahem, frolic in the city!


The Rock in Yorkville

Hidden behind all the excitement of Bloor St is a dimly lit peaceful Yorkville attraction. During the day hundreds of people make their way past this rock without giving a second thought, but as soon as the sun sets this rock is one of Toronto's most romantic hotspots.


The Waterfront Amphitheater

Located next to the boat docks on the Toronto Waterfront, nothing beats spending an evening cuddling next to the sparking water and listening to wave crash against the boats. It may not be the east coast, but it's home.


Trinity Bellwoods Park

Unlike most parks in Toronto, Trinity Bellwoods is dimly lit, and utterly surrounded by trees. Pull out a blanket, take out a joint, and just relax. Heck, maybe drop by the Lakeview Restaurant afterwards for a midnight snack.


A Rooftop

Located on the north-west corner of Ossington and Dupont is a medium sized building consisting of the most hip lofts in the West-end. Climb to the roof of this complex and the view will not be a disappointment. If the West-end isn't your cup of tea, any roof will suffice. Just make sure to bring an extra sweater and maybe some hot chocolate.


The Last Subway of the Night

Underground is kind of outdoors, right? If you're lucky enough to catch an empty subway at the end of the night you shouldn’t pass up this opportunity.


The Necropolis in Cabbagetown

If graveyard's don't turn you on, I don't know what will. The tombstones make for a great hiding place, and the beautiful trees and dimly lit streetlights make for the perfect ambiance. If complete privacy is something you're after this is perfect! As long as you forget about the amount of dead bodies below the ground... I'm sure they can't hear you.


The Toronto Reference Library

We've all had this fantasy, don't lie. Hiding behind a stack of books, the Oxford English Dictionary resting at your fingertips, nothing screams sexy like a study break. Just as long as the librarian doesn't shh you.


The Eaton Centre

WHAT DID SHE JUST SAY?! Yup, ladies and gents, the mall. This season while everyone is rushing to buy their gifts why don't you try to sneak away into a change room or closet. I hear a certain book/knick-knack store has poor security.

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