Once a sleepy area, the neighborhood has come alive recently, with dozens of art galleries, restaurants, and boutiques popping up every month. It might not be the most elegant part of town, but the young crowd that frequents it surely knows how to make it one of the most lively and vibrant areas in Toronto. Stroll along Queen Street West to get the most out of what the neighborhood has to offer.
For easy access to the world-class Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, the Harbourfront parks, and the light rail, stay in the area bordered by Queen Street West on the north, King Street in the south, Dufferin Street on the west, and Strachan Avenue on the east.
|Time Zone:||Eastern Time Zone|
|Peak:||May - Sept.|
|Off-Peak:||October - Apirl|
|Electricity:||120 V, 60 Hz|
|Tipping:||15-20% in restaurants and cabs|