Shopping in Toronto
Given the variety of outlets in such a big city like Toronto, it is safe to say that shopping there will delight as connoisseurs of exclusive branded things. The most luxury shopping awaits customers on Bloor Street between Yonge Street and Avenue Road, where all the luxury boutiques are located: Tiffany & Co., Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Cartier, Prada, Marciano, Escada, Max Mara, Hermès, etc. Department stores with high-quality clothing, shoe and bag are located on Queen Street West. Let’s discover the most interesting shopping places in Toronto with LookStyler!
The Path Shopping District — The World’s Largest Underground Shopping Center Listed in the Guinness Book of Records. 50 skyscrapers and 6 hotels in the city center, have underground floors, where are a green areas with fountains, shops, luxury boutiques, restaurants, interconnected by walkways with a total length of almost 30 km, all this is The Path. There are about 1,200 underground stores, where you can buy clothes, shoes, accessories, cosmetics, jewelry, books, home goods, sports.
Yorkdale Shopping Centre
A large shopping center, where the stores of world-famous brands are adjacent to boutiques of Canadian designers. The best place to buy exclusive designers clothes, shoes, accessories, cosmetics, and perfumes, jewelry from the last collections.
It is one of the largest shopping centers in the world with high classes boutiques. Under its roof, there are 300 boutiques, cafes, restaurants. It is Next to world-famous brands such as Banana Republic, GAP, Nine West, etc., Canadian brands are adjacent: Dynamite, Jacob Connexion, Le Chateau, Smart Set, Tristan and America, Mercy, Lida Baday, Ross Mayer, Brian Bailey, Mimi Bizjak, Wolves, Linda Lundstrom, and Comrags.
Soma Chocolate Maker
One of the most popular chocolate shop in the world. There you can find all kinds of chocolates and sweets that only exist in nature and in the imagination of sweet tooth shoppers. The same goes for an impressive range of hand-made ice cream. There is another store — a workshop at 443 King Street West.