A Girl’s Guide: 48 Hours in Toronto, Canada

  • Where we stayed and where we visited

  • The Omni King Edward Hotel (great location in Downtown Toronto, easy walking distance to many different neighborhoods)

  • St. Lawrence Market (huge market with meats, variety of seafood and cheeses)

  • Eaton Centre Mall (huge indoor mall, lots of shopping)

  • Kensington Market (funky and fun bohemian stores, bars, and restaurants)

  • Rasta Pasta (amazing pasta and Jamaican food, located in Kensington Market, a must!)

  • Queen West Shopping District (trendy area full of great boutiques, bars, and restaurants)

  • Peter Pan Bistro (delicious restaurant in the Queen West neighborhood)

  • CC Whiskey Lounge (great bar and perfect for any whiskey lover!)

  • Distillery District (cobblestone streets and no cars are allowed)

  • Cluny's (French bistro in The Distillery District)

  • Cacao 70 (desserts and hot chocolate)

  • Castle Loma (18th-century castle in the middle of Toronto)

  • Bloor Street and Yorkville (upscale neighborhood in Toronto)

  • Road trip travel tips to Toronto, Canada

  • Of course remember to bring your passport and any documents you need to cross the border

  • Google maps will automatically add on an hour of time onto your trip to get through the border at customs but it didn't take us that long

  • I suggest staying in downtown Toronto because it's a good central location to everything and you can easily walk to most areas

  • If you use the CTA in Chicago you can easily get around on the TTC in Toronto, it works very similar

  • I think the best way to explore and see a city is on foot, so bring good walking shoes

  • Head to the Girl's Guide Chicago blog to read about our 48-hour Toronto trip http://girlsguidechicago.com/48-hours-in-toronto-canada/

This checklist was created by ggc

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