Condo Living in Downtown Toronto

Downtown Toronto is a bustling area full of skyscrapers, restaurants and nightlife. It’s home to iconic attractions like CN Tower and the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), with exhibits on natural science. Bloor Street is a high end shopping district, and the Eaton Centre has everything from clothing stores to electronics. On Lake Ontario, the Harbourfront area offers parks and cultural venues.

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Fun Activities in Downtown Toronto

The Bay, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Nordstrom’s flagship department stores are located in downtown Toronto. With approximately one million visitors per week, the CF Toronto Eaton Centre, a sizable, multilevel retail mall and office complex that contains 330 stores, is the city’s top tourist destination. In addition, the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), and Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) are popular spots for those interested in viewing a variety of fascinating exhibits. Ripley’s Aquarium is also a must-try activity. It is home 20000 aquatic animals, some of which you can interact with, such as sting rays. Lastly, ensure you don’t miss the 553.3-meter-high concrete communications and viewing tower, The CN Tower which has a restaurant and daring activities including EdgeWalk.

Stunning Architecture in Downtown Toronto

In the heart of Toronto, a heritage building houses the modern French eatery ‘Alo’. Their food is influenced by cultures around the world and embraces the best seasonal ingredients with a sincere feeling of welcome. Next, Sofia Restaurant offers a bustling, large space with a patio that serves inventive Italian food and beverages. Kasa Moto is always a fun adventure, with elegant Japanese cuisine presented in a chic, energetic environment with a rooftop patio and bar. Lastly, LEKKER is a casual eatery with an open kitchen providing hot chocolate, cappuccino, and sweet and savory Belgian waffles.

Great Food in Downtown Toronto

In the heart of Toronto, a heritage building houses the modern French eatery ‘Alo’. Their food is influenced by cultures around the world and embraces the best seasonal ingredients with a sincere feeling of welcome. Next, Sofia Restaurant offers a bustling, large space with a patio that serves inventive Italian food and beverages. Kasa Moto is always a fun adventure, with elegant Japanese cuisine presented in a chic, energetic environment with a rooftop patio and bar. Lastly, LEKKER is a casual eatery with an open kitchen providing hot chocolate, cappuccino, and sweet and savory Belgian waffles.

Transportation in Downtown Toronto

The bus, streetcar, and subway systems in the Toronto region are managed by the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC). From its core, Union Station, the regional public transportation system GO Transit also offers bus and commuter train service to downtown Toronto. The primary intermodal transportation hub for the city is Union Station, which offers access to intercity rail services like Via Rail in addition to local and regional public transportation. Much of downtown Toronto is also connected by the PATH system, a vast connection of underground tunnels, skyways, and walkways, in addition to surface-level pedestrian sidewalks.

 

Downtown Toronto is full of activities to satisfy every type of person, from animal lovers to shopaholics. It is home to some of the best restaurants in the country and the TTC makes it easy to get around the city. With constant things to try, it is impossible to be bored here.

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