Cultured and cosmopolitan, Toronto nevertheless manages to remain relaxed, livable, and fun all at the same time. Canada's center of the arts and media has plenty of pleasant tree-lined streets in Yorkville for window-shopping and wandering; a host of independent galleries in West Queen West with edgy works; big-name music festivals year-round; and an adventurous, constantly evolving food scene. Toronto’s impressive sights may be what pull you in, but its vibrant neighborhoods, artistic happenings, and friendly locals will make you want to return.
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…Learn More >
Dundas Square Area
Yonge Street is the central vein of Toronto, starting at Lake Ontario and slicing the city in half as it…Learn More >
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…Learn More >