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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Graffiti Alley was a fun walk. There was even a rap group rehearsing. China town was amazing. It really felt and looked China! Lots going on west and east on Queen Street.

Thank ELLlady
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Nice place to visit during the summer months. Lots of unique restaurants and businesses. You can take the subway, bus or trolley here.

Thank CNDTRVLR
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

My wife loves to shop on Queen Street West (or the Beach area on Queen St. East). I can endure the shopping safaris by visiting the numerous pubs on the street and watching sports. Queen Street is always jumping between University and Spadina, but there are great shops, etc. west of Spadina.

Thank Fyvush
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Walk on the wild side of town and enjoy the scenery. Queen Street has everythin your heart desires and more. There are big shops and small speciality shops that offer as many varieties of clothing, shoes and accessories as you can afford to purchase. You will fins things thaat you will not find in the regular mall shops. You will like the smells and sounds of Queen Street. Go and explore the street and really enjoy the walk. It is very entertaining and free.

Thank leahhannah2018
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The views are so amazon of all of the art work and I got some interesting stories from the locals. I would love to visit again!

Thank marc8615
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Reviewed October 7, 2018

Queen Street in downtown Toronto is a great street to shop, walk up and down on, admire the old historic city hall and the newer modern one along with so many other nice buildings. There are a lot of stores, restaurants and some cool graffiti art on walls. It was a fun place to be for a couple of hours.

Thank Usia2014
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Reviewed October 2, 2018 via mobile

East or west, beaches, fashion district, the hood and everywhere in between, Queen St is, by far, my favourite street to walk in Toronto. No guide or company required. Queen St is endlessly interesting and much to see and do.

Thank ChandraNN1
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Reviewed October 1, 2018

Starting from Nathan Philip Square, the Old and the New City Hall and the Toronto sign, numerous restaurants and the Bell Media where you can watch the taping of your favorite talk shows, Queen Street is the busiest and most interesting part of downtown Toronto.

If you havent been here then you havent been to Toronto

2  Thank betty l
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Reviewed September 24, 2018

Always enjoy coming to the Center of the universe, lol. Toronto is simply a cool place to come to in Canada and always enjoy the city when I fly in to watch the Blue Jays

Thank Joe J
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Reviewed August 30, 2018

Very near by young street. Walking is the best to enjoy and feel the experience of Toronto. It leads towards to downtown.

1  Thank 207niravp
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