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A tumult of sights, sounds, smells, and fantastic food!
Cheap-eats and fast fashion in this hip and trendy neighbourhood.
Down by the waterfront, contemporary art and outdoor fun are key.
An eccentric combination of beaches, niche communities, and markets.
A garden district with a lot of history and strong ethnic flavours.
A perfect outdoor destination, with conservatories, parks and sport facilities.
Toronto's hotspot for patio seating, cafe culture, and relaxed nightlife.
Chic upscale living, luxury shopping, and a healthy graffiti counter-culture.
An antiquing mecca, home to a sleepy network of independent curiosity shops.
Family-friendly area, with multi-cultural celebrations and historical villages.
Queen Street and West Queen West
Artsy, dynamic, and energetic: both day and night.
Some of Toronto's most interesting architecture and photogenic spots.
A gentrifying mix of artists, start-ups, good deals, and better Polish food.
Hills, farmland, and nature walks in this area for outdoor play.
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