Districts of Toronto
Toronto's neighborhoods are diverse and have distinctive features that are worth getting to know before heading to a particular area of the city..
Toronto neighborhood names and descriptions
- Harbourfront: This area is the center of festivals and concerts, and in addition, there is the Harbourfront Center with exhibition halls, galleries, museums, an ice rink, food outlets, as well as the CN Tower TV tower (taking the high-speed elevator to the observation deck equipped with a glass floor and located at a height of 380 meters, you can take photographs of the city and its environs).
- Yorkville: here it is recommended to visit the Royal Museum (the collection of the museum has more than 6 million archaeological, artistic, paleontological and other exhibits), the Museum of Ceramics (in addition to viewing various items of pottery, visitors can buy their favorite product in the store opened here) and the Shoe Museum (among interesting exhibits stand out the shoes of Winston Churchill and Elvis Presley).
- Church Wellesley: popular with gay people for bars and nightclubs, and a gay pride parade at the end of June.
- Cabbagetown: Tourists will be able to take many unique photos with Victorian buildings in the background. It is worth noting that the area is gradually overgrown with expensive restaurants and boutiques..
- Financial District: a point of interest - the Toronto Stock Exchange (where securities are traded).
- Path: the area will delight tourists with boutiques and supermarkets (underground there are more than 1000 shops, which will offer to acquire clothes, household goods, books, jewelry, cosmetics), cafes and restaurants, mini-parks and fountains.
Armed with a tourist card, guests will be able to explore interesting objects - High Park (will delight vacationers with a zoo, sports and playgrounds), Allan Botanical Garden (“Tropical greenhouse” invites guests to admire hibiscus and dope, “Greenhouse cactus” - succulents and cacti, “Cool greenhouse” - citrus trees, a small pond and a waterfall), the Casa Loma castle house (its territory contains a miniature botanical garden, a library, a stable; expensive chandeliers, rare furniture, rooms reflecting original design solutions deserve attention in the interior), a zoo (5000 animals live in 6 zoogeographic areas; some of them are kept in closed tropical pavilions), Fort York fortress (on national holidays, tourists will be able to see a military parade).
Where to stay for tourists
Accommodation in Toronto is both luxury hotels and modest B & Bs (bed and breakfast). If you wish, you can stay near Pearson Airport - there are accommodation facilities of various classes in this area. So, tourists may find a 2-star “Travelodge Hotel Toronto Airport”.
If you want to stay in a luxury hotel, at your service “The Ritz-Carlton Toronto”, with a gym, spa-salon, restaurant, where guests are served wine from the wine cellar.