Kensington Market, one of Toronto’s most unique neighbourhoods, is definitely a popular stop for locals and tourists alike. There are many different neighbourhoods, both official and unofficial, in the city, but none of them reflects the local diversity like this one. Here, you can experience the world in one place with goods from Europe, the Caribbean, the Middle East, South America and Asia.
I love finding the hidden, off-the-beaten track places when I travel. It’s even better when I can discover such gems in my own backyard. Luckily, the Doors Open Toronto event offers that opportunity …
The Don Jail opened in 1864. At the time, it was the largest prison in North America and a perfect ode to Victorian views on penal reforms. The building was designed “with a distinctive façade in the Italianate style…
There is something about fall that makes it my favourite season. Or is it called autumn?
In the last couple of decades I’ve walked passed and around this building at least few hundred times, never knowing what is hidden inside. It took me a while, but what I found was amazing.
The CN Tower is one of the engineering Wonders of the Modern World, an architectural marvel and Canada’s most recognizable icon. What started as a communications tower has become an amazing tourist destination and a must-see when visiting Toronto […]
I almost never write about the place that is my home. It was time to change that. Why should you visit Toronto? Let me tell you.