All about Toronto: Known as one of the world’s most multicultural cities, Toronto is a “city of neighbourhoods.” A hip, cultural, artsy mecca, similar to New York but on a laidback, underground level. In essence, Toronto is a backdrop for almost every other country in the world, which can be seen in the food, the people and their style.
Things to see in Toronto: Aside from touring Canada’s national icon, the CN tower and Toronto’s best landmarks, Nathan Phillips Square and Dundas Square, Toronto is made up of colorful and unique attractions at every corner. Kensington Market is the place where one-of-a-kind clothing stores meet local, fresh food markets, to cool cafes. Distillery District hosts galleries and sake brewery tours and tastings, all year long. Queen West fashion district is made up of countless boutiques, over 300 design galleries and textile stores. Yorkville is the ultra-chic fashion strip, lined with designer names from all over the world. And this is only four of the 50+ neighbourhoods in Toronto.