Packed into this area, which runs from Bay Street east to Parliament Street and from Queen Street south to Lake Ontario, you'll find the city's main attractions and historical roots and the financial hub of the nation. As many of its attractions are outdoors, this downtown core is especially appealing during warm weather, but should a sudden downpour catch you off guard, shelter can be found in the area's museums and underground shopping city.

  • Entertainment District

    The neighborhood originally got its name from the strip of nightclubs along Richmond Street West, but these days...Read More
  • The Financial District

    Toronto’s Financial District pleases many tourists with its unique and wonderful architectural variety of skyscrapers....Read More
  • Harbourfront

    In fair weather, the Harbourfront area is appealing for strolls, and myriad recreational and amusement options...Read More