Located at one of Toronto’s major intersections, it can certainly be called the hub of Toronto. I do not know if this place compares with New York’s Time Square, but it is very lively, with something always going on - concerts, demonstrations, rallies, exhibitions & markets. And some of the street performers are amazing! Also expect to encounter a number of peculiar individuals-beggars, homeless people, preachers and proselytizers.
Such stores/shopping centers as the World’s Biggest Bookstore, Best Buy, Future Shop, Eaton Center, Canadian Tire and Atrium are located within a 1-2 minute walking distance. There are plenty of restaurants, coffee shops and simple eateries.
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