Using extensive travel data from all around the world, we've created a list of the top 10 attractions for each city. Lists are updated with unique and seasonal attractions in real time, so be sure to check back!
What travelers say:"This street is very attractive to me. This is indeed a tourist attraction, there are many restaurants and bars, as well as many cafes and shopping shops. The streets are usually crowded. One of the biggest tourist attractions on this street is the Eaton Center, a large indoor shopping mall. This street seems to be an attraction and activity center in itself."
What travelers say:"The main street in Chinatown is Spadina Avenue. There are many Chinese restaurants and some other Asian restaurants. Some buildings and alleys have impressive frescoes on the outside. There are several shops selling cheap T-shirts and other clothing."
What travelers say:"On the way back to the hotel, I went to this market out of interest. There are lots of fresh produce, cheese, meat, fish and other stalls to choose from. This is a very interesting building to go to."
What travelers say:"Yonge-dundas square is roughly equivalent to Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street in Shanghai. Of course, the size is much smaller, but the bustling level is not as good as Nanjing Road. There are many street performers doing art here, and many people give money."
What travelers say:"I think there are enough "Italian" elements there to justify the name-from restaurants, cafes and ice cream shops. We had a delicious Italian dinner (pasta, Montepulciano wine) at La Forchetta, and delicious creamy ice cream at Dolce."
What travelers say:"Yorkville is one of Toronto's most iconic communities, blending food, art, health, and romance. From the flying multinational flags, you know that the culture here comes from all over the world. There is even flower truck on the street, and flowers bloom in a few more romantic."
What travelers say:"It's great to walk around this area when the weather is nice. There is often a concert or something interesting happening here. I was fascinated by watching countless speedboats carrying people along the waterfront, but as a tourist, I was disappointed because there are not many shops in this area."
What travelers say:"The Old Town of Toronto is located in the eastern part of Union Station. Walking on the street, there are classical churches and buildings everywhere. It feels very different from the urban area with high-rise buildings in the city center. It is more interesting to travel abroad in the old city."