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Chinatown is historical ethnic enclave in Downtown Toronto,  with a high concentration of ethnic Chinese residents and businesses. Today, Toronto’s Chinatown is a dynamic neighbourhood, where stores set out their stalls on the sidewalk, the calls of street vendors rise above the buzz of business, street signs are bi-lingual, and a visitor can easily imagine themselves walking a street on the other side of the world.



 Little ItalyLittle Italy

Toronto, the biggest city of the Canadian province of Ontario, is also famous to host one of the biggest Italian communities of the world. Only in the GTA (Greater Toronto Area) live more than  one million Italian-Canadians who moved to Toronto in the last 60 years. Although Little Italy has many traditional Italian stores, you'll also find trendy boutiques along College Street such as Mink, a jewelry store decorated with pink walls, green velvet chairs and glittery chandeliers.

Little Italy

 Greek TownGreektown

Greektown, Toronto, also known as Greektown on the Danforth is one of the major settlement areas of early Greek immigrants to Toronto. In the 1970s and 1980s this region was considered to be the largest Greektown in North America. The annual "Taste of the Danforth" is a large food festival held couple of days in early August.

Greektown is the best place in Toronto to enjoy a sweet baklava, enjoy Greek desserts, you will find lots of restaurants and nightspots.



 Little Italy  Little India
On Gerrard Street between Greenwood Avenue and Coxwell Avenue, there are many Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi, Afghan and Sri Lankan restaurants, cafes, clothing shops, electronic & home decor stores - catering to the South Asian-Canadian communities.
The Gerrard Street East / Little India neighborhood is a magnet for Toronto’s South Asian community, it attracts visitors from the Toronto area, and from elsewhere in Canada and the United States, and all who love the sights, sounds and tastes of Indian, Pakistani and Sri Lankan culture.
Little India — also known as the Gerrard India Bazaar — is the second largest South Asian marketplace in North America
You can see a woman with a lovely multi-colour tunic rides by on her bike, like she’s in Bombay.


 Little India



Little Italy Cabbagetown
is area of Toronto, where you can experience some of the city's 19th-century
architecture, while downtown Toronto will thrill those who are lovers of the big smoke, with its skyscrapers and iconic structures. Cabbagetown is less than 10 minutes from Toronto’s downtown and mid-town shopping, entertainment and business districts.
The neighbourhood celebrates its sense of community every September during the Cabbagetown Festival, which includes a pub crawl, as well as a street and film festival.

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