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Danforth Avenue is a historic street that runs from Bloor Street Viaduct to Scarborough, an eastern suburb of Toronto. Come here to discover shopping, dining and entertainment centers, to explore one of the largest Greek towns in North America or to be part of an annual food festival. Bring good walking shoes, because Danforth Avenue stretches for over 90 blocks and is around 6 miles (10 kilometers) long.
The Danforth Avenue district is a shopper’s paradise. Start your visit at the western end of the street, where you’ll find a collection of over 350 shops, restaurants and services. Spend some time browsing the unique fashion boutiques, health and beauty stores, and home decor shops. Music lovers should visit the Danforth Music Hall, a playhouse and concert venue built in 1919. The venue has hosted big names in music, including James Brown and The Police.
Walk to Danforth’s intersection with Hampton Avenue to discover the start of Toronto’s Greektown, which traces its roots to the late 1960s. The neighborhood counts over 75 dining options that reflect Toronto’s multicultural population - and not just the Greeks! Find Middle-Eastern kebab houses, Greek grill restaurants with buffets and Japanese sushi bars. You can also shop at a specialist Greek music store and visit a traditional Greek church.
Food enthusiasts will appreciate Greektown’s annual Taste of Danforth festival. This celebration of Hellenic food and culture began in 1994 when a group of restaurant owners wanted to create a way of encouraging people to discover Toronto’s Greek cuisine and community. It takes place over three days in August. Come to sample Greek food, such as souvlaki and tzatziki, and watch free music and dance performances. Visit the festival’s official website for further information.
Danforth Avenue and Greektown are easily accessible via Toronto’s public transport system. The metro, buses and streetcars all stop at various points along the street. Limited-hour street parking is available and there are also pay-and-display parking lots nearby. If you are feeling energetic, walk to the western end of Danforth Avenue, which is about a one-hour journey from Toronto’s city center.
Located in Greek Town, this hostel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Riverdale Park, Toronto Public Library, and Royal Ontario Museum. Riverdale Farm and Tommy Thompson Park are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Eaton Centre shopping, Queen's Park, and Toronto's thriving theater scene, with its famous Elgin Theatre, are all within 3 blocks of this stylish, family-friendly hotel in the heart of downtown.
Located in Etobicoke, this condo is 2.3 mi (3.7 km) from High Park and within 6 mi (10 km) of CN Tower and Canadian Broadcasting Centre. Rogers Centre and Medieval Times are also within 6 mi (10 km).
Conveniently located at the corner of King and Yonge streets, One King West connects you to Toronto’s downtown business, entertainment, and shopping districts.
The Sheraton Gateway is the only hotel connected to Toronto's Pearson International Airport, with a skywalk link to Terminal 3 and an automated train to Terminal 1; the International Centre is 1 block away.
Set in the dynamic business district, The Fairmont Royal York hotel, built in 1929, is across the street from Union Station, 2 blocks from the convention center and Air Canada Centre, and 3 blocks from CN Tower.
Located in Etobicoke, this hotel is 0.9 mi (1.5 km) from Toronto Congress Centre and within 3 mi (5 km) of Fantasy Fair and Woodbine Racetrack. BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir and Wild Water Kingdom are also within 6 mi (10 km).
This hotel is 0.8 km (0.5 mi) from the Toronto Congress Centre, 2.5 km (1.3 mi) from Toronto International Airport, and 3 km from the Woodbine shopping centre. Downtown Toronto is 27 km (16 mi) away.