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Queen Street, Toronto

(4.1/5 based on 460+ reviews on the web)
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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  • What a great stretch of Toronto. Tons of little shops to poke about in, you may pick up a gift for a newborn or a 25th anniversary, or maybe something for yourself, there are so many wonderful origina...  more »
  • Walked Queen St from Bay St. to Spadina and was s surprised that many of my favourite shops had moved. King Textiles around the corner on Spadina is still there. Their selection of wool fabrics is ama...  more »
  • Exit the Parkdale by tram (street car) and scroll down the long Avenue with its attractions. Along you can find amazing places, like the restaurant Mata, specializing in South American cuisine (including feijoada on Saturdays), Grand Electric (simply awesome), shops, shop Windows, fast food, markets, drug stores, schools, churches, anyway, a great variety of attractions for those who want to know a little more of Toronto. And be sure to pay attention to the graffiti.
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