Yonge Street, Toronto
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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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Ein Zentrum für den jungen Geschmack. Unzählige Cafes, Kneipen, Restaurants und Geschäfte laden gerade junges Publikum zum Verweilen ein.A Centre for young tastes. Countless cafes, bars, restaurants and shops invite just young audiences to linger.show original
Our hotel was just off Yonge st. A very busy vibrant street with plenty if shops and places to eat. Visit the Elephant and Castle on the corner of Yonge and Gerrard Rd
Full of energy... the mall is their a great movie theater , Hard Rock Cafe plenty of bars in the area.
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