One of Canada’s most upscale shopping districts, the neighborhood of Yorkville is a celebration of luxury style and culture. With high end galleries, designer boutiques and fine dining restaurants, and luxury hotels, Yorkville is the place to go if you are looking for the best of the best.
Centrally located within Toronto, North Toronto offers visitors mansion-lined gardens and interesting museums despite being a relatively narrow strip based around Yonge Street. The North Toronto neighborhood offers visitors a quieter alternative to some of the city’s more lively districts.
Stunning views of the Toronto Islands and Lake Ontario are not the only reason to visit the Harbourfront neighborhood of Toronto. This beautiful area residing on the northern shore of Lake Ontario, offers an array of dining, cultural, recreational and shopping opportunities. Visitors can enjoy the stunning architecture and the fresh air without being too far from downtown.
Toronto’s bustling Financial District showcases some of the most stunning architecture and is the home to many high powered corporations, banks and law firms. The Financial District exudes big business, suits, money and power lunches. Venture to the subterranean PATH, or Toronto’s Underground City, and discover 16 miles of Toronto’s best shopping and dining.
Art And Design Neighborhood/ West Queen West
The West Queen West area, also known as the Art and Design District, has an artistic vibe and an eclectic mix of culture and entertainment that draws visitors from all walks of life. Once a quiet neighborhood the West Queen West area, today it is flooded with galleries, shops, restaurants and some of Toronto's hippest boutique hotels.
As the name suggests, Toronto’s Entertainment District is a mecca for the best amusement in the city. Nearly every form of entertainment can be found in this downtown neighborhood including world-class theaters, performing arts centers, Toronto's professional sports teams venues, family attractions and nightlife destinations. The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) also takes place in this district.
Toronto’s most vibrant district, Downtown Yonge is home to Toronto's most popular attraction, the Toronto Eaton Centre, which draws millions of visitors each year. This electrifying area is also famous for its world-class shopping, dining, bars and entertainment options.