That I love Toronto is nothing new.
But I decided to go further in vlog and show you how incredible the feat of visiting 5 countries in a single day is possible here.
Ok, “countries”, or little pieces of countries.
Toronto is known to be one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world and obviously several nationalities are represented and concentrated in some parts of the city.
I visited 5 because I only had one day to make the video, but there are many others.
Nothing more Canadian than having a good coffee at Tim Hortons accompanied by donuts, right?
Incidentally, if you ask me the first thing to do when arriving in Toronto I say that it is to run there to feel inside the Canadian culture.
But as nothing more torontonian than taking the tram and stopping in a completely different “country”, here I show you four others:
Toronto Chinatown is an old acquaintance of those who accompany the vlogs, but you can always show a new angle to each visit.
It is a great place to explore new flavors and know a little more about Chinese culture. Of course, buy souvenirs.
Not far from there is Little Italy, or Little Italy, of Toronto.
As a good neighborhood that has the mission to represent the European country, here we find many canteens with pasta and of course pizza.
Little Portugal was the one that surprised me the most that day, perhaps because it was the only area I had not yet visited.
You can find signs that you can speak Portuguese at ease and, of course, find the traditional Portuguese sweets and bread people, that wonderful bread that only a good Portuguese bakery can offer!
Little India is also the most visited area because it is well to the east of the city (and the other regions to the West), but it is always worth going there.
In addition to being able to see wonderful Indian saris, here it is good to experience Indian flavors.
I ended up discovering that sugarcane juice is also traditional there, as in Brazil.
But to drink I ended up preferring a delicious rose water shake while Cris bet on the traditional Mango Lassi.