Queen Street is a major east-west artery and has a streetcar line that runs on it. If you use public transport you can connect with the subway that runs basically to the north and if you do so then ask for a free transfer. We became very familiar with it since during our five day stay in Toronto we were staying just one block away so we walked on it or took the streetcar every day. The street is lined with shops, restaurants, cafes, and pubs and they are usually a bit more affordable than those establishments on some other more up-market streets. On Queen Street is Nathan Phillips Square with the Old and New City Hall buildings. Chinatown is only a five or ten minute walk away. The lake is about fifteen minutes by walking to it.
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