Downtown Toronto is the main business district of the City of. It is the center of Toronto and its main financial hub. Formerly known as Old Toronto, Downtown is bordered to the south by Lake Ontario, to the west by Bathurst Street, to the north by Bloor Street and to the east by the Don River.
Famous for its skyline of skyscrapers, the Downtown is the very fast-paced core of business in Toronto. It is a bustling neighbourhood of the City of Toronto replete with historic buildings, colourful districts, retail avenues, cultural centers, restaurants, sporting facilities, nightclubs and tourist attractions. Some of its busiest districts include the Financial district, the Fashion district, the Entertainment district, the Distillery district, Yorkville, the Annex, Harbourfront, Chinatown, Cabbagetown, Kensington and St. Lawrence.
Downtown is an area that is full of famous sites. Each year, tourists and Torontonians alike explore the wonderful attractions that the Downtown area has to offer. Some of the most notable sites of Downtown include the CN Tower, Yonge Street, the Eaton Center, Dundas Square, the Royal Ontario Museum, the Art Gallery of Ontario, the ACC Centre and its many entertainment centers including Massey Hall, Roy Thompson Hall, the Princess of Wales Theatre and Royal Alexandra Theatre.