Toronto is a great walking town. Some of the neighborhoods are very known for their own architectural beauty: the charming Victorian houses along the tree-lined streets of Cabbagetown.
The equally attractive brick mansions neo-Gothic cottages of the Annex, a district of artists, professors and students who attend the University of Toronto.
Casual travelers and most longtime residents think the city’s pleasures outweigh its some shortcoming such as the staid, the town could be too predictable, … that its streets are very clean and safe and that its people ( 2.6 million in Toronto) are pleasant and very helpful.
One paradox of Toronto town is that even as the city enables new arrivals to assimilate onto Canadian life, people talk about how a certain neighborhood was originally home to immigrants from one area who then moved on to a more prosperous town today !