But if you know what part of Toronto you are going to be visiting it will be easy to find all the shopping that will be convienient for you!
So for the purposeses of this website a Toronto shopping district is more than just one neighbourhood. It is a collection of shopping areas that make up a district.
Downtown Toronto is the area south of Bloor street and includes the core of the cities shopping and tourist destinations.
You will also find the Eaton Center as the neighbourhood anchor to Yonge Dundas Square!
North of downtown is Midtown Toronto.You will start to notice more residenital areas and it gets a bit quieter.
But the shopping Ohhh the shopping!The Eglinton Way
Avenue & Davenport - Top end of Yorkville meets the Annex
Yonge & Davenport - MTV, Canadian Tire and shopping!
Dupont & Spadina - a small North Annex neighbourhood with a few special boutiques.
No one uses the term Uptown in Toronto, its North Toronto thank you.
And if you thought that midtown was cozy North Toronto is just idyllic.
There is still plenty of Toronto shopping here and you will find some of Toronto's best malls.
Yorkdale, Bayview Village and Fairview. Throw in Ikea and you are set!
Yonge Lawrence Village (Bedford Park)
East of the DVP you enter East York.
You will notice that this side of the city feels less overwhelming and more "small town" than central TO.
You will find more independent boutiques than chains and big names, but that is just find by the residents of East York.
Jane the torontoShopoholic