Extending across Roncesvalles Avenue to the west and Queen Street West to the south, picturesque Roncesvalles offers a unique European village atmosphere beloved by its residents. The small-town vibes are perfect for many young adults and starting families looking to live close to the downtown core.
The main commercial strip contains a multitude of trendy small businesses that include: local shops, boutiques, cafes, restaurants, and gathering spots that create welcoming environments. Roncesvalles is also located within walking distance to High Park, subway stations along the Bloor-Danforth (Line 2), and multiple streetcar routes that provide convenient transportation.
Roncesvalles is also known for homing ‘Little Poland’, which offers the Roncesvalles Polish Festival every year during autumn and attracts visitors from all over the city and beyond. The festival allows all who attend to enjoy traditional Polish games, dances, Polka bands, and tons of refreshments and food.