Located in the northeast of Toronto, Yuren Village is a community in Markham, York District, with beautiful scenery. There is a "Main Street" in the town, which contains a large number of 19th-century buildings, many of which are listed as monuments by the government. North America has a short history, but it pays great attention to the preservation of heritage. What is surprising is that there are four art galleries on a Main Street.
Unionville is a community in Markham, York, about 33 kilometers northeast of downtown Toronto. It is an early European immigrant community in Toronto, and it still retains many old buildings...
There are many restaurants, cafes, taverns, boutiques and small inns along the way. The streets are very clean and tidy, and the scenery is full of poetic beauty. It is a good place for tourists to take pictures.
Wandering leisurely on the streets, taking a look at old European houses, and visiting boutique and fashionable shops, it feels particularly good. It can be said that this is a fairy tale-like leisure town
The small town next to Algonquin National Park is a combination of humanity and nature, and it is free to visit. I like the flower shop in the village and the church building, which is very beautiful. Especially in autumn, there are many layers of colors.
Main street is the main street of Unionville, with flowers on both sides, quaint architecture and leisurely crowds. It is the main street visited by tourists. It still retains the European flavor. There are some restaurants, cafes, and small shops on the street. Pubs, boutiques and small inns are only lively during the annual unioville Festival. She is always quiet on weekdays.
Quiet, refined and elegant European-style town: the streets are full of flowers on both sides, the buildings are colorful and different in style. There are some restaurants, cafes, bistros, boutiques and small inns on the street. None of them are open on weekends. I am very sorry that I have not been able to enjoy this pleasant and quiet experience. My friend said that this place is only lively during the annual Unionville Festival, and her quietness is always revealed on weekdays. Fortunately, there is a small street next to it with tents and many vendors gathered. This is the weekend market in the town. The goods are dazzling: all kinds of jams, pies, vegetables, fruits, handmade skin care products, and genuine ice wine! Of course, we came home with a load!