Chinatown, Kensington Market, and Queen West
The areas along Dundas and Queen streets typify Toronto's ethnic makeup and vibrant youthfulness. To many locals, the Dundas and Spadina intersection means Chinatown and Kensington Market, while...
Dundas Square Area
Yonge Street is the central vein of Toronto, starting at Lake Ontario and slicing the city in half as it travels through Dundas Square and north to the suburbs. Tourists gather below the enormous...
East and West of City Center
Toronto is sprawling, there’s no doubt about it. However, the city's excellent public transportation system makes it a cinch to get outside the city center to explore the Toronto that locals...
Toronto's wealth of diverse neighborhoods and fascinating attractions cater to most tastes, but explore beyond downtown to find the ethnic enclaves, parks, museums, and attractions that make the...
Harbourfront, the Entertainment District, and The Financial District
Packed into this area, which runs from Bay Street east to Parliament Street and from Queen Street south to Lake Ontario, you'll find the city's main attractions and historical roots and the...
Old Town and the Distillery District
Old Town is a mishmash of restored historic attractions and trendy new developments. Farther east, the historic Distillery District is one of Toronto's hottest entertainment destinations. It's...
Queen's Park, The Annex, and Little Italy
This vast area that encompasses a huge chunk of Toronto's downtown core holds several important attractions, but it couldn't feel further from a tourist trap if it tried, bringing together...
Yorkville, Church-Wellesley, and Rosedale
Yorkville and Church-Wellesley may be stacked together, but their personalities are quite different. Yorkville whispers a tony elegance, where as Church-Wellesley is a casual, out-and-proud LGBT...
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