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Trend in Yorkville

Treat yourself and head over to Yorkville, one of Toronto's trendiest areas.
Rating: 3 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 0.5 miles
Duration: 1-3 hours

Overview :  There is quite an interesting history attached to Yorkville. It can be traced back to 1830 when Yorkville an area in Toronto, emerged... more »

Tips:  All you need when you visit Yorkville is your pocket book, that is if you want to shop. This is the place where you will find some... more »

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Points of Interest

Start the tour at the bench in front of the Hazleton Hotel. If you have the pleasure of staying at the glamorous Hazelton Hotel all you have to do is step outside the hotel and you will be in the right place to start this tour. If you are staying somewhere else it will be a nice place to start this tour by siting on the park bench in front of... More

Now that you have done the people watching thing for a while, you are ready to take a little stroll through the gorgeous streets of Yorkville. One nice stop is a boutique called Paper Things. It is a gorgeous little card shop, maybe the best card shop in Toronto! An interesting tidbit is this shop is operated by the National Ballet of Canada.... More

3. Teatro Verde

Cross the street and go into one of the larger stores on the street, the gorgeous Teatro Verde, at 98 Yorkville Avenue. Teatro Verde is actually a beautiful Georgian Mansion that has been transformed and packed to the rafters with the most amazing home decor items. It also has one of the nicest floral shops in the city, where you can pick up a... More

4. Ulysses Travel Books & Magazine Shop

Ulysses Travel Books & Magazine shop, at 101 Yorkville Avenue, has a huge selection of magazines on just about every topic. Go here near the end of your tour in case you end up purchasing a lot of magazines and books. That way, you will not be left carrying them all over Yorkville. If you like magazines you will really enjoy this store.

After you have toured the lovely streets of Yorkville why not end your day with a stop at Summer's Ice Cream. You can sit in this little shop and have the freshest homemade ice cream ever, and they always have a low fat flavor too! They will even make your waffle cone as you watch! You can either sit in the shop to enjoy your treat or you can... More