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Yonge Street, Toronto

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Stroll down Yonge Street, an 86 km (53 mi) long Toronto street that connects Lake Ontario to Lake Simcoe. It was named after Sir George Yonge, an English expert on Roman roads and friend of Ontario’s first colonial administrator. An important Toronto passageway, the street often hosts parades and performances. Wandering the long stretch of road, you can find an array of stores, boutiques, and malls to suit all your shopping needs. Hang out in a bar or cafe, people-watch in the center square, and take in Toronto’s bustling vibe. With our custom trip planner, Toronto attractions like Yonge Street can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • Bustling street with plenty of shops eateries and bars, Everything you need in one place street performers everywhere and just a great atmosphere  more »
  • Yonge St is alright, but it's very touristy. The Eaton Centre, Hockey Hall of Fame, and Union Station are highlights. When you're done on Yonge I'd recommend checking out U of T, the Annex, College, S...  more »
  • Yonge Street is a must see on a visit to Toronto. It is full or restaurants and bars, many are open all night. There are a lot of people out walking when the weather is good, so Yonge Street is a grea...  more »