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Reviewed 12 January 2018

Its a busy street near to everything like Old City hall of Toronto, Hudsons Bay, Eaton center, Nathan Philips Square and Adelaide Park.

Thank LuzvimindaR1
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Reviewed 10 January 2018

This is a hipster neighbourhood. I love this area because it looks so much like Fitzroy/Brunswick in Melbourne, Australia (minus the snow and also opposite traffic). The similarity is probably because of the tram, well they call it street car in Toronto. Other parts of Toronto such as Chinatown looks so much like Victoria St in Melbourne!

Located close by is the Kensington Market – A walkable bohemian neighbourhood that draws artists and tourists to its indie shops, vintage boutiques and arts spaces.

1  Thank SnippetsofSuri
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Reviewed 6 January 2018

Queen Street has great access to a lot of land marks like the Eaton's Centre and City Hall. There are still some unique stores left but a lot of them have fallen victim to the box stores and have closed (like a book store that I used to go to). There are plenty of places to eat on the street and you can view TO's iconic street cars. During the holidays, Hudson's Bay has Christmas displays in their windows (across from the Eaton Centre. It is still a great place to get a feel for the city.

Thank Dave D
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Reviewed 4 December 2017

Queen Street is not what it used to be. Now it's full of shops like The Gap and Club Monaco. If you are looking for something not found in all the malls, look elsewhere.

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Reviewed 3 December 2017

Queen Street always makes for an interesting stroll. Queen Street East can be sketchy in parts and there is not very much interesting to see. Queen Street West however - once you get past all of the big corporate stores around Spadina Ave - is very Bohemian and interesting in both it's people, characters and retailers.

Thank Northern_Hiker
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