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Part of the old city, York is a predominantly middle-class neighbourhood rich in cultural diversity. Popular for bustling ethnic hot

Yonge And Eglinton


In the heart of midtown Toronto, this trendy area nicknamed Young and Eligible, is home to clothing boutiques carrying designer

University Of Toronto

27 King's College Circle, Toronto

The downtown campus of the University of Toronto is a neighbourhood in itself, covering 180 acres and attended by 56,000



Charming town northeast of Toronto that is bordered by the suburbs of Richmond Hill to the west, Stouffville to the

Trinity Bellwoods


A spacious park favourited by families and dog owners is the central hub here, and site to a farmers market

The Waterfront


Head towards Lake Ontario for a leisurely stroll, shopping and culture year-round. The cultural hub, Harbourfront Centre, hosts lectures, theatre

The Junction

This gentrifying area is dominated by warehouses that are quickly becoming home to galleries, independent boutiques, coffee shops and craft

The Financial District


Toronto’s skyscrapers stand tall in this downtown district where the modern bank towers hover over historical buildings. The main vein,

The Fashion District


Toronto’s growing garment industry is firmly planted in this area. Here, the headquarters of Club Monaco, Comrags and others have

The Eglinton Way


This nine-block strip offers chic shopping at such boutiques as Mirabelli, Varouj Jewellers, Tryst, Le Club Menswear, 306 Boutique, Eva

The Danforth/Greektown


Toronto’s Greektown is the largest of its kind in North America. The neighbourhood is a night owl’s haven with restaurants,

The Beach


Antiques shops, clapboard houses and quirky stores and restaurants typify this lakeside neighbourhood. Queen Street East is the main shopping

The Annex


A hippie hangout in the 1960s, the area retains much of its artsy flavour and is home to many students



Neighbourhood of winding streets and lovely homes. Yonge Street, the western side, is lined with upscale antique stores, trendy restaurants,



This neighbourhood-in-transition has inspired two TV shows, Degrassi Junior High and the soap opera Riverdale. Bordered by the Don Valley

Richmond Hill


One of the fastest developing areas in the Greater Toronto Area, Richmond Hill was the “Rose Capital” of Canada in



Parkdale once rivalled Rosedale as the most desirable neighbourhood in the city. In the 1920s, the area was connected to

Ontario’s Southwest

Encompassing such cities and towns of London, Windsor, St. Thomas, Simcoe, and Woodstock, this vast stretch of the province boasts

Old Town/St. Lawrence Market

92-95 Front St. E., Toronto

This neighbourhood was named after its central icon, the large indoor market that offers a vast variety of fresh fruit
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