East and West of City Center
Toronto is sprawling, there’s no doubt about it. However, the city's excellent public transportation system makes it a cinch to get outside the city center to explore the Toronto that locals know and cherish. And you should do just that: hit a trendy strip like Ossington to experience Toronto’s burgeoning hipster culture; take in the vibe of a busy sidewalk café in Leslieville, teeming with young families; stroll the boardwalk and enjoy the lake breezes in The Beach; or satisfy a hungry belly with Greek food along the Danforth or a spicy curry in Little India.
EXPLORE EAST AND WEST OF CITY CENTER
Perhaps because of its location, far from much-hyped and highly publicized West Queen West and Ossington, Leslieville has been quietly…Learn More >
"Little India" and "Indian Village" both refer to Gerrard India Bazaar, the largest collection of South Asian restaurants, sari stores,…Learn More >
Queen Street West represents the city's of-the-moment trends, but The Beach neighborhood, 15 minutes east of the Queen subway stop,…Learn More >