Queen Street, Toronto
Categories: Historic Walking Areas, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
People-watch, window shop or eat out along the capital city’s trendiest shopping scene, Queen Street. With a backdrop of historic buildings, you'll find over 300 galleries, design houses, restaurants, shops, and boutique hotels. Whether you are after vintage clothing, current designer clothes, craft supplies, or a tattoo, the 2 km (1.2 mi) strip caters to all. Lively patios and bars offer a variety of live music, and restaurants and cafes are open until late into the evening. Put Queen Street and other Toronto attractions into our Toronto trip generator, and watch your holiday take shape.
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Uma graça, linda e envolvente. Super bem cuidada com seus vasos florido e suas lojas elegantes, você vai sentir um lado bem chic de Toronto. Recomendo, não tem como não se sentir alegre nessa rua. Ado... read more »Cute, beautiful and engaging. Super well cared for with their flowery vases and its fashionable shops, you will feel a very chic side of Toronto. I recommend, you can't feel happy on this street. I loved.show original
I think this is the worst part of Toronto I've seen. Everytime I walked on the street I had to pass many homeless people who were constantly begging money from me or just starring like they want to ra... read more »
I wonder if any other tourists go on the trolley from SpedinaStreet right down Queen Street East to the water? We did and I thoroughly recommend this trip. You will pass the Eaton Centre and way down ... read more »
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