The Beach Village, Toronto
Categories: Neighborhoods, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Stroll around The Beach Village, a neighborhood with a look and feel at odds with others in the city. Named after its three beaches on the bank of Lake Ontario, the neighborhood has a small-town charm, with its architecture and industries seeming more at home in a lakeside resort town than a modern metropolis. Blessed with an array of cultural attractions, including museums, landmarks, and parks, as well as the beachside amusements and boardwalk by the lake, the area has a vibrant and lively atmosphere. Stop off at one of the many sidewalk cafes to rest up as you explore the pleasant, tree-lined streets. The Beach Village is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our online itinerary creator, Toronto Edition.
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This area is easily accessible on the 510 streetcar to the terminus, or prior. I loved the Victorian double storey homes. Stately and magnificent. Plenty of expensive shops.
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