With every new season, Toronto brings out a different kind of charm. Here are the eight most beautiful streets in Toronto for a romantic winter walk.
Be it the warm light displays or the stunning architecture, some of Toronto's most beautiful roadways become even more captivating in the winter months.
Take a walk down one or all of these beauties for a hand-held night to remember.
Address: Queen's Quay, Toronto, ON
Why You Need To Go: It can be easy to forget Toronto's a lakeshore city, but when the snow starts to fall, the views of the islands and the lake when it freezes are pure romance.
Address: Between College and Dundas, Spadina and Bathurst, Toronto ON
Why You Need To Go: We keep thinking it's going to get gentrified but though there's fancy fish shops instead of stinky ones, and Casa Açoreana is gone (RIP), Kensington's still got it; even more so when it's snowed.
Little Italy's College Street
Address: College Street W, Toronto, ON
Why You Need To Go: Little Italy's College Street always has warm vibes, fantastic bars, and a glowing winter light display every year.
Guild Park and Gardens
Address: 201 Guildwood Pkwy.
Why You Need To Go: The park is made up of bits that have been saved from old demolished buildings from downtown; there is no more Toronto-y place to wander amid snow-draped columns and wistful slabs of antique marble and granite.
Address: Front & Church, Toronto, ON
Why You Need To Go: With a view of the famous flatiron building, plus charming old-style architecture, there is something magical about this Toronto street.
Address: Distillery District, Toronto ON
Why You Need To Go: This cobblestone street in the Distillery District will warm your soul with romantic charm and year-round art installations. It's also in a historic part of town.
King's College Circle
Address: Kings College Circle, Toronto, ON
Why You Need To Go: This romantic road on the U of T campus is at the centre of the oldest part of Toronto's oldest university and has Hogwarts charm to spare.
Great meeting Natalie at the High Park Nature Cnt. Thanks for the snow shoe wildlife tour today on CTV!! http://t.co/dDiW2Vj6L6— Anwar Knight (@Anwar Knight)1391723012.0
Address: 1873 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON
Why You Need To Go: Immerse yourself in the romantic trails of Toronto's largest park this winter.