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31 Adelaide St E, Toronto, Ontario M5C 1J4, Canada
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Reviewed 5 days ago

While visiting Canadian friends with some friends from home, we went on daytrips to Toronto twice, using the GO Train from Aldershot Train Station in Burlington. The train goes into Union Station in a section of the Financial District in Downtown Toronto on Front Street....More

Date of experience: October 2018
1  Thank Maurene_K
Reviewed 1 week ago

There are several food corners on the PATH, but only a few have special take-aways. Check the websites first for the best places underground and get a map not to get lost.

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Andreas R
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Came her in February so used the PATH to get about. In principle it’s a great idea but trying to use it with a push chair there are a lot of stairs so you end up carrying the push chair as the lifts and ramps...More

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank Johnski29
Reviewed 5 January 2019

Great way to get around some of the downtown area in a subterranean environment. Can walk from union station to the eaton centre and to different buildings within the financial district.

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank fairfam2017
Reviewed 28 December 2018

Summer's extreme heat and winter's icy cold blast had restricted my visits to Toronto to spring and fall when it is a joy to visit. I discovered the PATH this December, and it has changed my mind about not visiting in winter. The PATH is...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Veronica L
Reviewed 17 December 2018

We stumbled across the path whilst exploring the city on foot and wish we had found it sooner. I won't lie we didn't really use this as a shopping centre, its not that the shops inside are not good, its just the Eaton Centre is...More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank Ross P
Reviewed 9 December 2018

What an amazing surprise to discover that we could get around from our stay at the Fairmont Royal York in such convenience. Considering we used the Path for our November stay and it was rainy outside, this was delightful!

Date of experience: November 2018
1  Thank susanreeder
Reviewed 9 November 2018

We were led through portions of The Path by a local, or we likely would have become lost. Once you get north of Union Station, it is nicer and has more shopping, etc. Like similar underground structures in Vancouver and Montreal, The Path offers a...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank Jimlockard
Reviewed 20 October 2018

The underground tunnel network around central Toronto is amazing. It’s easily accessed from many points (I stayed at Sheraton this visit and you walk straight onto PATH from the hotel). Signage is variable but that’s half the fun. It’s full of (mainly) smaller shops and...More

Date of experience: September 2018
1  Thank BigMerk
Reviewed 15 October 2018

The Path is a great way to get around the city without dealing with intersections and traffic. It's indoors so the temperature is controlled. There were sections that got confusing, but overall it is a great way to get around Toronto.

Date of experience: June 2018
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Baconlover84
14 January 2019|
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Response from BigMerk | Reviewed this property |
Sorry - I always got confused with that section of PATH at the best of times and often ended up wandering around the lower sales floors of Hudson Bay. From what I could see though, it looks like you would have to go outside... More
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cchamp7303
24 June 2018|
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Response from trainfan2000 | Reviewed this property |
The PATH is always open but stores and services along the PATH follow regular business hours and are usually closed on weekends. So for example, on a weekday evening you could walk from The Eaton Centre to Union Station in... More
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wlrodgers85
2 April 2018|
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Response from giffenk | Reviewed this property |
yes. there are signs all over the place and maps every now and then. be aware that the maps are screwy and do not always have north at the top.
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