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The Market is an older neighbourhood and one of the city's most well-known. In November 2006, it was designated a National Historic Site of Canada. It is also a melting pot of different subcultures in the city. It’s a microcosm of Toronto, with unique one off shops, numerous “hole in the wall” bars,…
Lots of yummy food options! Endless restaurants to choose from, and a variety of cuisines to choose from.
Bohemian paradise! This funky, unique neighborhood draws local artists, indie shops, an array of bakeries, trendy bars and an array of casual restaurants.
Here you will find a little bit of everything. laid back and during the summer they have walk free sundays.
Area with a hippie vibe. Unique shops, parks, and bars. Catered more towards a young crowd. Very casual and feels like you're in another country.
is an open-air food and clothing market in downtown Toronto. This multicultural marketplace is known for its independent spirit, colourful shop fronts, vibrant murals, charismatic locals and people-friendly Pedestrian Sundays events
The vibe of Kensington Market is great! Go to experience various restaurants, markets and vintage stores.
A distinctive and multicultural neighbourhood, and one of the city’s most well-known. Designated a National Historic Site of Canada it is as much a legend as a district.
Hipsters, Bohemians, college students, vintage collectors, and foodies unite! Kensington is an eclectic "non-corporate" neighbourhood of cool shops and restaurants with food from around the world.
Kensington Market a través de las experiencias en Airbnb
Conoce este emblemático monumento gracias a las experiencias en Airbnb, actividades organizadas por gente local en grupos reducidos