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    Granville Island Public Market

    1689 Johnston Street, Vancouver, BC V6H 3R9
    64 reviews

    Easy to navigate and situated in a prime location for touring around. The market has a wide variety of items to choose from for tourists as well as locals. Handmade pastas, a wide variety of locally caught seafood, mouth watering fresh fruits and vegetables, a large wine selection, and great hours; 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily!

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    St. Lawrence Market

    92- 95 Front St E, Toronto, ON M5E 1C3, Canada
    46 reviews

    An endless market of fine meats, cheeses, fish, and fantastic eateries! A must see in Toronto!!

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    Old Montreal

    410 Rue Saint Nicolas, Montreal, QC, Canada
    93 reviews

    The perfect rustic European feeling in Old Montreal. It is a popular tourist spot packed with restaurants of great quality and many shops along the roads. It is also right next to the Old Port, a great place to take a stroll and admire the St. Lawrence.

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    Kensington Market

    Kensington Market, Toronto, ON M5T, Canada
    24 reviews

    There is so much to explore in this amazing area! Diverse vendors and restaurants are everywhere! I especially loved the graffiti on a lot of the walls here. So much city culture and flavor packed into an exciting neighborhood.

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    Distillery Historic District

    The Distillery District, Toronto, ON M5A, Canada
    31 reviews

    Wow! Incredibly beautiful part of the city with old world cobbled streets and some incredible bars and restaurants this section of the city is definitely worth checking out on your next trip to TO.

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    Jean Talon Market

    14 reviews

    I love farmer's market. There are quite a few throughout Montreal, but the Marche Jean-Talon is one of the best known. The sizable market is next to the Jean-Talon metro station, there are aisles and aisles of fresh, delicious fruits and veggies, organized and extremely clean. I'm a huge lover of fruits and this place is heavenly. The fruits here ...

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    145-332 Water St., Vancouver, BC V6B Canada
    58 reviews

    The oldest part of town definitely has its charms with is cobblestone streets & restored buildings. It is a bit overloaded with souvenir shops but the steam clock and choice of restaurants make it a Vancouver landmark.

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    Whistler Village

    4272 Mountain Square, Whistler, BC, Canada
    35 reviews

    Great shopping, lively bar scene, restaurants, relaxing strolls. A short 10 minute stroll from Glacier Lodge, Upper Village.

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    ByWard Market

    55 Byward Market Square, Ottawa, Ontario K1N 9C3, Canada
    12 reviews

    Love this place. First on my list of things whenever I visit the Ottawa area. Lovely European feel to it, great cafes and restaurants. Great for people watching and just relaxing. There's also lots of fresh food stores here and you can easily spend 1-2 hours walking around the market and sitting down for some grub.

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    555 Herald St, Victoria, BC V8W 1S5, Canada
    20 reviews

    Make the effort and visit this part of town. The oldest Chinatown on the west coast. If you can arrange to join a guided tour it is worth the money. Fan tan alley is world famous as a narrow alley filled with unusual shops. The Chinese food is variable and there are plenty to choose from. You'll also find Japanese ...

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    Rue Ste. Catherine

    Westmount, Montreal, Canada
    22 reviews

    Pedestrian friendly, on Ste. Catherine, you will find some of the most sought after restaurants, shopping areas. It's perhaps the busiest street in Montreal with tons of street festivals taking place throughout the year. Ste. Catherine always reminds me of Fifth Avenue of New York and in a way - better, it has some of the unique labels from European ...

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    CN Tower

    301 Front Street West, Toronto, ON M5V Canada
    308 reviews

    The CN Tower is the iconic building in the center of downtown that makes the Toronto skyline unique. You can view it, go up it, eat in it and for the more adventurous hang off of it!!

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    71 Rue de la Gauchetière Ouest, Montreal, QC, Canada
    28 reviews

    Very small Chinatown compared to some of the other big cities. It's well kept and clean. Quite a few Chinese restaurants, Vietnamnese restaurants, bakeries and bubble tea spots can be found here. There are some lounges with delicious drinks and food and make great hangout place with friends. Checkout the L2 lounge, all types of bubble tea imaginable, made from ...

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    Yonge Street

    Younge Street, Toronto, ON M4W Canada
    64 reviews

    Essentially the main street through the center of the city of Toronto! Lots of shops and restaurants. If you are visiting Toronto you'll definitely want to take a walk down Yonge Street!

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    Steam Whistle Brewing

    255 Bremner Boulevard, Toronto, ON, Canada
    15 reviews

    Even if you're not going to do the brewery tour, it's fun to stop by Steam Whistle for a beer. It's right beside the CN Tower and just $4 for a bottle.

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    Spadina Avenue, Toronto ON M5T, Canada
    44 reviews

    Quite rare to find such an extensive Asian neighbourhood in North America. They also have amazing food.

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    The Plateau

    3605, rue Saint-Urbain, Montreal, QC, Canada
    13 reviews

    If you're visiting Montreal, you MUST visit the "Plateau" neighbourhood. Particularly if you're the sort of person who would hang out in Brooklyn or Shoreditch... if you catch my drift. The streets (and residents) are filled with character and the coffee shops are plentiful!

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    Boulevard Saint-Laurent

    3523 Saint Laurent Boulevard, Montreal, QC, Canada
    20 reviews

    A quick 10 minute walk from my condo on Berri Street will bring you to one of the hippest and trendiest streets in the city. Great restaurants, funky boutiques and far out nightlife - not to be missed!

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    Queen Street West

    Queen Street West, Toronto, ON M5V Canada
    48 reviews

    Some of the best shops and tastiest restaurants the city of Toronto has to offer!

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    104 Yorkville Ave, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    24 reviews

    This is Toronto's hottest hood. It's a combo of Soho, 5th Ave and the West Village. It's loaded with great restaurants, bars, patio bars...and yes if you are so The crowd is very multi-national which I really liked.

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