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.

The Waterfront

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.

Kensington Market

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.

Front Street 

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.

Tankhouse Lane

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.

High Park

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.