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See: As one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World, a visit to the CN Tower is a must on every Toronto itinerary. The tower stands more than 1100ft and makes even the largest Hummer look like a Hot Wheels car.
The St. Lawrence Market, a historic fresh food market with everything from fruit, to cheese, to meat and fish, and worth a visit, even if you’ve already eaten.
If markets and towers are not your thing, than head up to the Royal Ontario Museum or o the newly renovated Art Gallery of Ontario and spend a few hours gazing at art or marvelling at the building’s architecture.
Visiting Toronto in winter? Take a taxi, bus or streetcar to Nathan Phillips Square! This outdoor square is converted to an ice skating rink every winter and is a great place to enjoy a chilly afternoon or evening.
Shop: Fancy yourself as a bargain shopper? Enjoy finding a ‘steal of a deal’? Then Honest Ed’s is a must! Honest Ed’s has been a Toronto institution since 1948 and is 160,000 sq. ft in size! If you’re looking for cheap and quirky souvenirs, then you really need to check this place out.
Just west of Spadina Ave., near Chinatown is Toronto’s Kensington Market, an area filled with funky second-hand shops, which is a hipster’s haven. Definitely check out Courage My Love for some fabulous second-hand rags and funky jewellery!
If goofy bargains and second-hand hipster rags are not your bag, then the Toronto Eaton Centre, across from Dundas Square may be more to your liking. This is a great place to spend wads of cash, rain or shine!
Once the funkiest street in Toronto, Queen Street West is now the place to go if you’re looking for trendy cutting-edge fashion, antiques, sex shops and funky skate shops like So Hip it Hurts.
Eat: As a culturally diverse city, Toronto is awash with fun, funky and fabulous places to eat. Fran’s Restaurant (which is open 24/7) has been around for 70 years and is THE place to go for when you’re struck with after-clubbing munchies. During the summer months, eating inside is okay, but buying an Italian or Polish sausage from one of the street vendors and sitting in a park or by the harbour front is better.
For Mexican food give Naco Gallery a go. It’s moderately priced and the food is quite good. Perhaps you’d like to change things up a bit and belly-up to the Burger Bar & Tequilla Shop and enjoy a burger in this western-styled restaurant/saloon.
Looking for vegetarian? No problem! Check out Annapurna. Located in the Annex, Annapurna offers a variety of budget-friendly vegetarian dishes.
Mr. Greenjeans is another Toronto institution. In service for over 30 years, Mr. Greenjeans is located in the Toronto Eaton Centre. You should definitely try the Fish and Chips!
Drink: The Distillery District is rapidly becoming one of Toronto’s ‘must experience’ districts. This is a great place to sit on a patio and grab a drink, visit a cafe, shop or walk through a couple of art galleries!
Toronto is one of those cities that has a team in almost every sport (baseball, hockey, football, soccer, ruby...), so it only makes sense that Toronto has a vast array of sports bars. Wayne Gretzky’s is a favourite on Sundays for $3.99 Bloody Caesar’s and Poutine of the Day specials. Hoops is also a great spot for drinks and games, especially during Hockey season.
If you’ve spent the afternoon walking around the Distillery District, stop by the Bier Markt and try some of the 100 brands of beer on tap! If beer is not your thing, than perhaps a few hours at Pravda Vodka Bar on Wellington St. E. where they serve $6.15 Martinis Mon-Fri 5-7pm, and have 100+ vodkas!
The Annex is another fabulous young hip neighbourhood in Toronto, and the Annex WreckRoom is the perfect places for hipsters and anyone who loves Indie music, themed nights, yummy drinks and great atmosphere.
Stay: Are you traveling on a budget? No problem! HI Toronto is a fabulous (and very clean) hostel located on Church Street, close to Union Station. Canadiana Backpackers Inn is also a fabulous hostel option.
Perhaps you’d like to live it up while you’re in the city. If that’s the case, you’ll want to check into the famous Royal York Hotel.
Walk: Toronto is all about neighbourhoods. In fact, you could have a global experience and never leave the city! Little Italy is the place to go for Italiophiles. Soak up the sun and take a walk in the Beaches, or walk along the Harbourfront and check out street vendors, festivals or tour a Tall Ship.
Outside the CN Tower, Front Street is a great place for boutiques, patios, bookshops and leads to the St. Lawrence Market. Nicholas Hoare is a chic little bookstore, and a great place to sit and relax. Plus, it smells like wood and books, who doesn’t love that?!
Get Out: Hanging out in Toronto’s city center can be overwhelming at times, which is when a trip to one of the islands is a must. Centre Island is a great place to go for picnic or relax on a beach. Hanlan’s Point is where you’ll find the nude beach.
Listen: Staying at the Rex Hotel? Then walk downstairs and check out their Jazz & Blues Bar! Salsa and Reggaeton music is alive and well in the city and DJ C-LO brings them to Club Cayo Coco every friday and saturday night.
Enjoy Celtic music on a Sunday afternoon at Cabbagetown’s Stout Irish Pub, or listen to buskers along Front Street or near the Harbourfront.
Avoid: Toronto is a relatively safe city. Areas to avoid (especially at night) are Jane St. & Finch, as well as Scarborough. Both of these neighbourhoods can get a little sketchy after dark.