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The Path, Toronto
(3.5/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
Get your shopping done at The Path, an underground mall using pathways beneath the city to provide an unusual shopping experience. Among the various fashion, sports, and jewelry shops, you'll also find a wide range of health establishments, including pharmacies and eye doctor clinics. It's also a good bet for something to eat with a myriad of restaurants available, including one inside a large food market. For The Path and beyond, use our Toronto vacation route planner to get the most from your Toronto vacation.
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  • An immense extension of shops and shopping malls. Right in downtown Toronto. Meant to protect themselves from the rigors of winter. Allows hours of shopping in the warm (but in the summer it is? although with AC, it would seem a bit wasteful to close ground on a nice sunny day ...), or to move from one side to the other of the Center without getting wet (in case of rain) or without undergoing the rigors of the Canadian winter. Clean, with nice shops and well attended. Very interesting, but beware: it's a maze and you can easily get lost if you don't follow the directions towards concentration!
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  • What a wonderful idea - wish more metropolitan areas would have something similar! This underground network is a path to almost everywhere - it connects building to building in the metro downtown area...  more »
  • It's actually a real crazy! If you lose and if I think there's part of the fun! Is there an app with a map of the Path, but that doesn't help much if you don't get the "logic" (or lack thereof ... kkk) of the site. There are residents of Toronto you won't hang around because they confused (that's what a resident told me when I asked for information ...) But I understand it and shut up is that you not share peba has access to Path anywhere. HA inputs/outputs for private/commercial buildings and hotels that often we can't enter. But there are public places to enter the "Labyrinth", the one I used: a access at nathan phillip square (at queen st), at union station, at the fairmont hotel, the map of the Path in General give you the names of the buildings which have access to Path, so ten to follow the signs with the name of these buildings to be able to go to the right place. If you are wanting to cross the Path from one end to another, don't look for plates with the final destination:.. Gotta draw the path to be made and find name by name of each building out of the way. In short, it's confusing, but so much fun! NE lost a little, asked for information (Canadians are very helpful) and at the end I got where I wanted to.
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