Shopping in Toronto
With its high-style vibe, diverse cultures and eclectic neighbourhoods – from Yorkville to Chinatown -Toronto is an exciting shopping destination where you can find everything from retro treasures to chic couture. Spend the day shopping in downtown Toronto in the fashionable Bloor-Yorkville neighbourhood. The Victorian architecture in Yorkville houses high-end designer stores, trendy boutiques, charming shops, art galleries, and shopping centres, with everything from hand-painted Italian pottery to French linens. Stroll down Bloor Street and browse luxury stores like Prada, Hermes, and Gucci.
The shopping heart of downtown, Toronto Eaton Centre - the third largest mall in Canada - is a bright and airy shopping mall with 250 stores and popular retailers, including Apple, Banana Republic, Gap, A/X Exchange, Lacoste and Jack & Jones. Just across the street, Canada’s oldest department store, The Hudson's Bay Company is the perfect place to shop for clothes and home décor. One of the city's legendary landmarks and the most popular shopping destination in downtown Toronto, Yonge Dundas Square features over 250 shops and restaurants.
One of the most culturally diverse shopping neighbourhoods in Toronto, Kensington Market is a sensory trip around the world. Kensington Market has a plethora of retro shops, used and vintage clothing stores, furniture shops, ethnic and organic produce stores, cool cafes and restaurants, smoke shops and one of Canada's few cannabis cafés and boutiques.
Close to downtown, the St Lawrence Market is home to South Market, with over 50 specialty food stores, and North Market, which hosts the popular Saturday Farmers' Market and antique dealers on Sundays. If you’re shopping for cutting-edge fashion, Queen Street is a hip, edgy and bohemian area with trendy shops, indie music stores, cool cafes and art galleries. Walk over to Chinatown to unique shops filled with clothing, jewelry, and exotic trinkets.