Cheap flights to Toronto
Toronto is Canada's capital city, a fabulous multicultural metropolis with a warm and welcoming atmosphere. With cultural hot-spots, thriving nightlife and a mouth-watering foodie scene, Toronto has it all.
The city's lively and relaxed atmosphere is a breath of fresh air when stepping off the plane. Making friends is a breeze, with the kind and personable people always happy to help a traveller in need.
Set along the awe-inspiring Lake Ontario, the natural world never feels too far away from this clean and attractive city. With beaches and loads of green space, there's plenty of room to stretch your legs and escape the hustle and bustle of this busy economic centre.
But if hustle and bustle is your game, the city has a diverse array of shopping strips catering to tastes from across the globe. The food and drink options are immense too, with cutting edge restaurant culture and a thriving craft beer scene that holds up among the world's best.
Sightseers will be thrilled to ascend the city's CN Tower, offering unbeatable views of the cityscape and Great Lake it sits next to. There's also a winning selection of art galleries and museums including the multi-disciplinary Royal Ontario Museum, one of the biggest museums in North America.
With over half the population born outside of Canada, Toronto is a place where anyone can feel at home. Grab your ticket today and go see what it's all about, they'll be so glad to have you!
Things to do in Toronto
As a busy capital city, Toronto has a lot on offer when it comes to things to do. It's got spaces to relax, spots to shop and culture all over.
Walking around Toronto, you can't miss the city's most famous landmark: the CN Tower. At over 550m tall, this communications and observation tower stands proudly over the city. Tourists can ascend to the main deck at around 340m and walk over the glass floor hovering over the ground a long way down.
A truly multicultural tapestry, Toronto's food scene is as diverse and wonderful as its inhabitants. With cuisine from all over the globe, you're spoiled for choice, so why not try a few on one of the city's many food walking tours. They offer a spread of options to introduce you to some of the city's famed food outlets.
The city is chock-full of greenspace but none compare to the enormous Toronto Island Park. Just a short ferry ride away from the city's downtown, the 5km long island has something for everyone. There's an amusement park for the kids, bike rentals and nature trails, there's even a clothing-optional beach at one end!
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Events in Toronto
Toronto is one of Canada's major cultural centres and has a full calendar of events to live up to its reputation.
The Toronto International Film Festival, TIFF, is one of the world's most prestigious film events. Held in early September, the festival attracts some of the world's best film talent and regularly holds premieres for future Oscar contenders. It's very much open to the public and tickets are readily available before and during the event.
Canada loves its beer and Toronto is no different. If you want to dive in headfirst, look no further than Toronto's Festival of Beer. The annual event is usually held at Exhibition Place over a weekend in July. With local craft brewers proudly represented next to international brands, the festival celebrates all things beer!
Toronto is a city that proudly wears its cultural diversity on its sleeve, an attitude exemplified at the Toronto Caribbean Carnival. Held over a weekend in April, the vibrant festival celebrates Caribbean culture and traditions. The event regularly attracts over 2 million people and is billed as the biggest street festival in North America.
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Practical information about Toronto
Located on the southern border, Toronto doesn't get as cold as its truly arctic northern regions, but it can still get very cold in the winter, with temperatures regularly reaching well below 0°C. This shouldn't put people off though, the city is at its most beautiful caked in snow. Of course, if you prefer it a little warmer, summer offers plenty of sunshine with temperatures consistently approaching 30°C.
The city sits in the so-called ‘Eastern Time Zone’ putting it at -5 (GMT) although the city uses a daylight saving system, between March and November when it’s at -4 (GMT).
The currency used in Toronto is the Canadian Dollar (CAD).
From Canada you have the options to fly from Montreal, Calgary and Vancouver to Toronto.
Flights to Toronto
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