The most expensive shopping street in Toronto, and among the most expensive in the world. You can find many gorgeous brands here including Tiffany & Co, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Prada, Harry Rosen, etc...
Take a virtual tour of Bloor St W at grandstreets.com. They have panoramic views of the whole street so you can browse all the shops at a glance.
Long and narrow and FILLED with anything and everything TRAVEL related. They even have some guide books here that I have not seen in other book stores.
They also claim to be Canada's largest retailer of luggage and travel gear.
What to buy: This is my GO TO shop when I need a gift for someone. Even if they don't travel a lot, there is always something cool here.
They have small pens here that double as a nail file for your purse, great zippered wallets and my favourite blow up neck pillows.
This is also a great place to get adapters plugs for foreign countries.
What to pay: This store is well priced despite it's TRES CHIC location!
Bloorville is a high priced shopping district along Bloor and the block just north of Bloor, in the immediate blocks west of Yonge Street. The shops along Bloor are huge with large glass facades and opulent décor. In contrast the boutiques just north of Bloor are much smaller because they’re often located in refurbished old houses. None-the-less, this district is where the current fashion trends are set and sold.
small in comaprison to Manhattan's 5th Avenue flagship,
but Tiffany's has chic and charm
What to buy: probably Polar Bear diamonds
from the Ekati Area up in the Arctic ?
What to pay: top dollars
Everyone is wondering about spas and that sort of treatment aren't they?
If your in Yorkville swing into Clarins and treat yourself!!
What to buy: Body Massage (Duration: 60 Minutes) - $65.00