Leslie Caspar
Sep 26
Toronto is the most vibrant city in North America also called the city of neighbourhoods leaving us with different vibes to discover.
The Distillery District 1832

Get on the old red streetcar and head to the National historic and pedestrian site, the Distillery District just East from the downtown core. Walk around and explore arts and boutiques by local designers and sit on a patio enjoying a cold beer right at The Mills Brewery.

Toronto Island 

In the afternoon catch a taxi boat for 10$ and get to the Island where you will see Toronto's majestic skyline and grab a picknick on the beach or in the gardens. A one-hour guided boat tour is also available for 27$.

Downtown Core
Financial District & Entertainment District

After a hearty brunch in one of the many King Street West delicious restaurants, heads up on those high-rise buildings and walk down the downtown core towards the CN Tower and the harbourfront where you can walk or rent a bike along the Ontario Lake. 

The Eighty One
Restaurant/Book in Advance!

The eighty One Restaurant is the place to be for breathtaking views! Dine up in the air on toronto's highest restaurant and patio located on the 51st Floor of the ManuLife Building right in the popular Bloor-Yonge Area. The menu is small but well-thought with fresh and delicious ingredients. Cocktails are their specialty!

Kensington Market

Kensington Market is a trendy neighbourhood that retains its charm and wonderful diversity through it's eclectic mix of wall arts, cafes, bars, and vintage clothing stores.  

IHalo Krunch

Taste something new, Charcoal Ice Cream! This new trendy place opened this Summer 2017 and has attracted a large audience! Located across the street from Bellwoods Trinity Park, and on Queen Street West home of many boutiques and the city's most cutting-edge design houses, it's perfect to flare around on a hot afternoon.


Toronto's best area for drinking and dining. A different vibe to spend a night. Most places will serve tapas and beers, which is the best dual for a good and happy atmosphere. 

Niagara Falls

Plan a trip to the Niagara Falls! Rent a car for 20-40$ instead of going with those tour guides, it's only a 1hr45 drive from Toronto downtown and it's certainly worth the ride. You can get as close to the Falls as you can see on the picture and there's even an elevator that can take you lower and closer behind the Falls.