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Neighbourhoods



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Airport And Area

Toronto

The means by which many travellers get to the city—Toronto Pearson International Airport—is here, but this area is also home

Avenue And Davenport

Toronto

This posh area just north of Yorkville is known to locals as “Ave. and Dav.” Well-stocked, fragrant flower shops, high-end

Baldwin Village

Toronto

A charming, boho enclave cradled in the shadows of the Art Gallery of Ontario and minutes away from the bustling

Bloor West Village and High Park

Bloor St. W. between Glendonwynne Rd. and Jane St., Toronto

Originally an Eastern European community, the area bustles with activity at pastry shops, delis, bookstores, pubs, cafés and boutiques. High

Bloor-Yorkville

Toronto

Although it is bounded by Davenport Road, Charles Street West, Yonge Street and Avenue Road, most of the shopping, strolling

Cabbagetown

Toronto

Skirting the eastern edge of downtown, the area was originally inhabited by Irish immigrants and gained its nickname from the

Chinatown

Toronto

A bustling area that is the downtown centre of Chinese-Canadian culture. A wealth of Asian gift and clothing stores and

Church And Wellesley

Toronto

This predominantly gay and lesbian ‘hood lies in the east end of downtown. Find Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, plus

Corktown

Toronto

Named after Cork County, Ireland, this Old Town neighbourhood blends religion with pioneer lifestyle. Early Irish settlers built the Little

Corso Italia

Toronto

An estimated half-million people of Italian descent live throughout Toronto, but the culture is most concentrated in this area, where

Distillery District

55 Mill St., Toronto

Once the Gooderham & Worts Distillery, this area is now a thriving art, cultural and entertainment venue. The pedestrian-only site

Downtown Yonge

Toronto

The world’s longest street boasts numerous options for shopping, entertainment and dining. The Toronto Eaton Centre boasts over 200 stores.

Elora & Fergus

Elora

Settled in the early 1800s by Scottish pioneers, these charming towns outside of Toronto boast heritage sites, natural beauty and

Entertainment District

Toronto

The city’s entertainment epicentre boasts live theatre, concert facilities, restaurants, attractions, galleries, nightclubs and shopping. Within this eight-block radius, find

Etobicoke

Toronto

Bounded by Lake Ontario to the south and Humber River to the east, the suburb’s name was derived from a

Forest Hill

Toronto

One of Toronto’s most prestigious and prettiest neighbourhoods is distinguished by its gorgeous old and new mansions. Two of the

Gerrard East/Indian Bazaar

Toronto

This marketplace of South Asian culture and cuisine encompasses India, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, and is regarded as one

Kensington Market

Toronto

A multicultural neighbourhood whose streets are crowded with fresh fruit and vegetable markets, bakeries, meat and imported cheese shops as

Kingston

Toronto

Located two hours outside of Toronto, the historic city of Kingston offers an array of day tripping possibilities. Enjoy live

Kleinburg

Toronto

Located just 45-minutes north of Toronto, this quaint village is awash with early Canadian charm and tradition. There’s something here
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