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.
It's a market in the city center, and it's very close to many attractions. It doesn't look like a market at all. It's like some commodities in a building. It's okay. It's more suitable to learn about life in Toronto. , Experience the local prices.
A market for locals in Toronto where you can buy a lot of local goods. Those who live here for a long time will definitely come here to visit. The quantity of vegetables and fruits is also very convenient.
Check-in attractions, a lot of food, a good experience
I have to say that visiting the market in a foreign country is also a good pastime. In mid-October, the most eye-catching pumpkins in the St. Lawrence Market are probably all kinds of cute pumpkins. It heralds that the annual Halloween is coming soon!
The St. Laurent Market is close to Yonge Street and has a superior geographical location. There are various commodities in the market. Food accounts for a large part. The various flavors of food represent the characteristics of Canada: a very inclusive immigration country. There are also a variety of Canadian tourist souvenirs in the market, which is a place for many foreign tourists to visit and shop. But many foods here are slightly more expensive than supermarkets in Toronto.