Toronto is sprawling, there’s no doubt about it. However, the city's excellent public transportation system makes it a cinch to get outside the city center to explore the Toronto that locals know and cherish. And you should do just that: hit a trendy strip like Ossington to experience Toronto’s burgeoning hipster culture; take in the vibe of a busy sidewalk café in Leslieville, teeming with young families; stroll the boardwalk and enjoy the lake breezes in The Beach; or satisfy a hungry belly with Greek food along the Danforth or a spicy curry in Little India.
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The DanforthOnce English-settled, this area along Danforth Avenue named after Asa Danforth, an American contractor who cut...Read More
West Queen West and OssingtonGrunge meets chic along Queen Street west of Bathurst, dubbed "West Queen West" by locals. While it's still possible...Read More
The BeachQueen Street West represents the city's of-the-moment trends, but The Beach neighborhood, 15 minutes east of the...Read More
LeslievillePerhaps because of its location, far from much-hyped and highly publicized West Queen West and Ossington, Leslieville...Read More
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