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PATH System

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 (Photograph: Courtesy City of Toronto)
Photograph: Courtesy City of TorontoPATH System
 (Photograph: Courtesy City of Toronto)
Photograph: Courtesy City of TorontoPATH System

Time Out says

Any given section of this network of underground tunnels connecting dozens of downtown buildings may look like a second-rate food court, but those who press on like a rat in a maze will become giddy with the never-ending vastness of it all. With more than 30 kilometres of shopping, eating and services, there’s always an undiscovered passageway to explore. During business hours, suited execs close deals while lined up for fast food, as office assistants scurry to pick up dry-cleaning for their bosses. After 6pm, though, PATH becomes eerily quiet. With links to several hotels and entertainment venues, the place is a godsend in the winter. The signage isn’t as clear as it should be—look for the distinctive blue-hued maps at the entrances and exits of buildings.




Cross street: from Elm St to Lakeshore Blvd, Victoria St to John St, mostly underground
Transport: Line 1 Subway, various stations
Price: Free
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