St. Lawrence Market is a major public market in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is located at Front St. East and Jarvis St in the Old Town district of Toronto. There are three buildin... 続きを読む
Numerous reasons. The place is bubbling with life and character. You'll find an area of Toronto that is gradually being gentrified but still retains much of its old charm. It has restaurants, bars,... 続きを読む
The Distillery District is a commercial and residential district in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Located east of downtown, it contains numerous cafés, restaurants, and shops housed wi... 続きを読む
On first sight, Trinity Bellwoods is only a park. Upon closer inspection, in the summer Trinity represents urban Toronto. The park is abuzz with people of all shapes and sizes - playing sports (ten... 続きを読む
A nice old-school diner that is a good place for brunch as they do pancakes, eggs and have enough choices for burgers, salads and other entrees. Prices aren't bad with meals costing about $10-15 pe... 続きを読む
Indie coffee shop. Sparsely decorated with beige wooden furniture, the shop has a homely feel to it. There are a few tables that are normally hogged by students with their laptops, while the long b... 続きを読む
The islands are located south off the coast of Toronto, and can be accessed via a short but scenic ferry ride (from Queens Quay Station).
The islands - which are a car-free zone, offer a great pl... 続きを読む
Enjoy traditional Pakistani food at the (ridiculously decorated Lahore Tikka House) but also walk the streets of the ethnic neighborhood, full of small shops owned by people of Pakistani/Indian ori... 続きを読む
Over a 100 years old, Revue Cinema is a designated heritage site. They often show old classics that you obviously wouldn't be able to see in mainstream cinemas. For instance, they recently aired Fe... 続きを読む
From See Toronto Now:
Toronto is home to Canada’s largest gay community and welcomes visitors from all walks of life. The Gay Village, or “The Village” as the locals call it, is a predominantly ga... 続きを読む
A multi-level bar where each floor is divided into several compartments. On a given night, you could listen to live music on one floor, have dinner on the patio upstairs (in the summer), play pool ... 続きを読む
Liberty Village is condo central - so not the place if you really want to get a sense of what Toronto's like. However, it has a lot of places to eat, drink an... 続きを読む
The intersection of Fort York and Fleet is where the Harborfront 509 Streetcar stops. The streetcar goes all the way to Union station, which connects to Line 1 (Yonge/University/Spadina Line).