Queen's West Street is adjacent to the University of Toronto and Ontario College of Art and Design, so interesting graffiti and sculpture can often be seen on the streets. Campbell's former residence, City TV Radio Building, Four Seasons Performing Arts Center and Osgood Hall are all on Queen's West Street.
1. Queen ST West is one of the main roads in Toronto. There is Street Car (tram bus) which has a long history. It walks along the road with the buildings on both sides of the street. It is like a fairy tale world. 2. Walking all the way from Queen's West Street will pass some parks. I think only in these parks can we see the real side of the city, especially during the holidays. Because there will be many families or friends gathering in the park, that kind of feeling can't be better. 3. It's also important that you pass Chinatown. You want to buy Chinese food or supplies here. 4. In Queens Street, you can see all kinds of independent shops with different characteristics, and you can also see very beautiful graffiti along the way, which is also one of the characteristics of this street.
Queen's West Street is a place of Toronto's fashion trend. The whole street is full of fashion trends. It's very avant-garde. It's popular with young people. There are many cafes, bars, clothing and jewelry shops, antique shops. All the young people come here to visit.
The street in the old city is famous for its bars and busy nights. You can also watch street performances.