I usually talk that Toronto is several cities in one.
And even the variations vary … okay, before it gets too confusing, let me explain: the most obvious variation I live talking about in the videos: Toronto varies a lot from neighbourhood to neighbourhood.
But there is also the variation caused by the seasons, causing the city to change every 3 months.
Although it is easy the white snow landscape be the first one that comes to mind when we think of Toronto, every season here has its colours. I swear, for instance, that autumn is orange here. Seriously, the city is orange.
Already in spring, the city is green due to the peaks of its gardens.
But in the summer … ah, in the summer Toronto is colourful!
Do not believe? Take a stroll down King Street West and let your eyes marvel at the city’s colours. At this time, restaurants set up patios on the streets as the toronotonians seem to enter the mood bringing colour to the streets. There are flowerbeds, painted benches, sidewalks turned into art … and plenty of food and drink to enjoy until the last second of the sun.
I went to walk there and show it in the vlog. But of course the afternoon / night would only be complete with a good fresh rosé to break the hot weather of the season.
If wine is not your thing, I recommend exploring the local ice cream parlors. Or maybe have a good cold coffee on the sidewalk.
Anyway, at this time, King Street West has attractions for every taste, as long as their taste includes relaxing and feeling the summer weather in the city.