Financial District & Underground City
Transit: TTC: King, Union, or St. Andrew Stations
Soaring architectural marvels fill the horizon in Toronto’s Financial District. This bustling business core, centred on Bay and King Streets, is home to banks, corporate head offices, law firms, stockbrokerages and other big businesses. But under the glass, concrete and steel monoliths reaching skywards, a whole other city thrives below the surface. The PATH, or Toronto’s Underground City, is a subterranean shopping concourse that weaves its way for more than 27 kilometres (16 miles) beneath the financial core. With close to 1,200 retail shops, cafés and restaurants, the Underground City connects to 48 office towers, six hotels and five subway stations.
Rain or shine, you can explore the Financial District in perfect comfort.