The Toronto PATH is an underground network of corridors that connect the buildings in the Financial District.
Together the corridors form a 30+ km walking path that Torontonians use to get to where they need to go without having to go outside. The Toronto PATH is especially useful In the cold days of winter and humid days of summer.
Navigating the PATH can be a challenge if you’ve never done it before. Luckily, there’s a map that you can refer to if you get lost. When in doubt, the retailers and vendors are always happy to point you in the right direction.
The shops and services underground are open during work hours and closed on weekends and evenings. You can find everything you need underground from grocery stores to barbershops, fitness centers, and more!
There are a variety of options to choose from for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and drinks. If you are looking for a great cup of coffee, you will find a variety of local cafes with freshly roasted and ground brews.
If you like architecture, exploring the Toronto PATH for unique buildings and design is a must. From the ornate vaulted ceilings in Commerce Court to the bright and airy design of Brookfield place, there’s something worth seeing in every tower and building connected to the Toronto PATH.
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