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CF Toronto Eaton Centre, Toronto

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Explore 330 shops and restaurants underground in CF Toronto Eaton Centre, a retail complex that's part of the city's PATH system that links downtown office buildings. The center supports about one million visitors per week seeking out everything from clothings to the latest in electronic technology. Re-energize in the food court, which offes the typical international fast-food chains as well as local businesses like vegan vendors. Two subway stations serve the center, making getting here fairly easy. To visit CF Toronto Eaton Centre and get the most from your holiday in Toronto, create itinerary details personal to you using our Toronto tourist route planner.
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  • A great spot to see Canada's top retailers. Good selection and lots of options. Great clothing jewellery and other shopping selections convenient location with lots of parking.  more »
  • The Eaton Centre is a modern shopping complex populated by a large number of varied outlets. It is air conditioned so is comfortable to visit during Toronto's severe winters as well as on hot summer d...  more »
  • This mall is quite large with many stores to shop from. Easily accesible via subway from Queen station and Dundas station. Mall can get quite crowded during peak hours.  more »
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  • This mall is within walking distance of many downtown Toronto hotels. There are plenty of stores on this multi level mall but none really interested me as I found a lot of stores were high end. If u got a few hours to spare -have a look - you may find something that interests you. I really liked their food court. It is modern and up to date.
  • This shopping centre is gigantic! Underground galleries are very impressive and endless. Monumental form of "Shop till you drop" expression. Eaton Centre is an interesting place to see in the evening even if you donĀ“t need to buy anything. There is an entire town of restaurants and bars in there as well to have a nice dinner.
  • Above average mall but isn't quite super. But it'll suffice with some big brand shops and quite safe compared to being harassed by beggars right outside. I like H&M and there is also a Zara too. So there are options to spend your hard earned cash. Or your parents. It's quite busy due to people heading in and out of the subway below. It's a good vibe. However washrooms are really cramped and has like 3 stalls and 2 urinals. Well at least the one I found.
  • This place is immense, and a tourist attraction unto itself. You could easily spend the whole day there, and whatever you want, you can probably find. As a big plus, if you do decide you want to stay there the whole day, you have a great selection of restaurants down in the food court to give you some energy.
  • Living in Toronto, it's easy to take the various attractions for granted, but you'll always remember your first visit to Toronto's Eaton Centre. Always something new to see, between new stores, products or creative window dressings, this is the place to be. The two distinct food courts at opposite ends of the mall have something for everyone and offer a great place to meet up as you start a downtown adventure.