Today I want to show you one of my favourite places ever here in Toronto: the Kensington Market, known as the most vibrant and diverse neighbourhood here in the big TO area. It is so famous that it became a National Historic Site of Canada back in 2006. The market is filled with a mix of meat and produce stores, spices and dry goods shops. You can also find new and used clothing/jewelery shops, bakeries and many cool restaurants!

I love the unique architecture and and all the little cute cafes around the neighbourhood. It is a must to go whenever you get a chance to visit Toronto. You’ll see and experience many different things and bring home a variety of awesome gifts. Trust me, there are so many interesting shops that you will definitely fall in love with this place. Last time I was there I bought a gorgeous handmade dress from Tibet. Overall I think the best thing is to find a specialty from your country there: “Pastel de feira” a very well known Brazilian empanada (and a VERY GOOD one!).

Take a look:


Xoxo! Until next time ♡


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