Kensington Market and Spadina Avenue, Toronto
Categories: Flea Markets, Neighborhoods, Shopping, Tourist Spots
Kensington Market and Spadina Avenue represents one of the most vibrant and diverse areas in the city, where many cultures and ideologies seem to exist harmoniously. Peruse retro and vintage shops, art galleries, and many counter-cultural establishments. Take in the colorful street art, bohemian people, music, and a host of food establishments. The area is at its most active and interesting in the warmer months. Plan your visit to Kensington Market and Spadina Avenue and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Toronto itinerary planner.
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This neighbourhood is a great place to check out if youre in Toronto. It is near china town (Spadina) and has a lot of cute shops and markets and "cafes." There are some decent bars in the area a litt... read more »
The last Sunday of every month is Pedestrian Sunday is Kensington Market, you MUST check it out! It's the best street festival, with bands playing and food vendors galore. Big Fat Burrito is my go-to ... read more »
This place will not be to everyone's taste, the so called market is based on streets of shops bordering Chinatown and whilst you could probably buy anything required relatively cheap you might think i... read more »
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