Toronto’s diverse and fascinating neighbourhoods are often only experienced from a car window, en route to its tourist draw cards like Lake Ontario, Niagara Falls, the CN Tower and Toronto Island. Here Brightsun Travel has put together a list of our favourite of Toronto’s spectacularly multicultural neighbourhoods so you don’t miss a thing during your next trip to this fascinating city.

Contact Brightsun Travel about a range of cheap tickets to Toronto from UK including low cost flights, premium services and seasonal routes to Toronto from London, and let us help you get there in style.

Little Italy & Little Portugal

In Little Italy you can sip inventive cocktails in experimental tapas bars, and in Little Portugal you can eat at cutting edge Japanese restaurants.

Kensington Market

More than just a market, Kensington Market is a neighbourhood in itself, and a place where you’ll find vintage stores, bakeries and colourful Victorian buildings to explore.

The Junction

Toronto has gone through a process of transforming its industrial and manufacturing pockets into cutting edge neighbourhoods, like the Junction neighbourhood, where you can find trendy new galleries and bars emerging every week.

Distillery District

In the Distillery Historic District, old Victorian distilleries have recently been converted into cutting edge galleries, and now the neighbourhood’s cobbled lanes are lined with new restaurants, attracting a discerning crowd.

Queen Street West

Queen Street West is at Toronto’s heart, with bars, boutiques and galleries lining its central walkway, where you can dine at world class restaurants and shop at high end boutiques until your heart’s content.

St Lawrence Market

In the city’s Old Town, you can spend hours at the historic St Lawrence Market, which has been open since the early 1800s. At the weekends, the market comes alive with farmers showcasing produce from around the region. Here you can also eat some of the best sandwiches in the city.

Graffiti Alley

Graffiti Alley or Rush Lane is where you’ll find the best of Toronto’s vibrant street art scene, where buildings are covered in fascinating murals.

Getting there

Brightsun Travel has a range of cheap air tickets to Toronto, and from May 19 2017, Air Canada will be operating a new seasonal non-stop service from London Gatwick to Toronto 4 times a week. Air Canada Rouge is an exclusive two-cabin service with complementary meals, advance seat selection and priority services. Or, fly Air Canada’s Business class service end enjoy a new enhanced wine list as part of their 80th birthday celebrations in 2017.


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