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Cheap Flights to Toronto

The New York Of Canada, Toronto is the largest city in the country. Toronto is one of the most multicultural and cosmopolitan cities in the world with more than half of its citizens not having been born in Canada. The city is also home to more than 80 ethnic communities, and you can hear more than 160 languages spoken there. The iconic cultural institutions of Toronto attract over 25 million tourists every year.

Home to the busiest airport in the country, reaching Toronto by air is very convenient. A lot of online portals can help you determine the cheapest flights that you could take to reach the city.

When to visit

Toronto, like all of Canada, is quite cold in the winter. The best time to visit the city is late spring and early autumn when the days aren’t too hot and the nights aren’t too cold. Travelers are greeted with the best fall colors in the world if they come to Toronto in autumn. That said, there is a different charm to the city in the winter, with its snow-covered streets and many outdoor ice rinks.

Places to visitArt Gallery of Ontario

The largest art gallery in Canada, the AGO Ontario is home to some beautiful paintings and hosts one of the most expensive paintings in the world, The Massacre Of Innocents.

Royal Ontario Museum

One of the best and largest museums in the world, the Royal Ontario Museum is famous for not just its exhibits but also for its architecture that blends old-world and modern style. From dinosaurs to the entire histories of Canada, ancient China and many other civilizations along with breathtaking carvings and frescos, the museum is a must-visit.

CN Tower

The tallest free-standing building in North America, the 500 meters tall CN Tower offers amazing views after you climb to the top in the glass elevator. Walking around the viewing deck with a glass floor and dining at the revolving restaurant at the top of the tower are experiences that shouldn’t be missed out on.

Casa Loma

Transporting visitors to the splendor of European life, the Casa Loma offers beautiful gardens, exquisite suites, and secret passages; everything that you can ask for from a castle.

Hockey Hall Of Fame

Canada is probably more famous for its Ice Hockey than anything else. Hence, the Hockey Hall of Fame, hosting the entire history of the sport is a must-visit for tourists to get more insight into the country’s obsession with the sport.

Toronto City Hall

Star Trek’s Federation Headquarters, the architecturally stunning semi-circular Toronto City Hall is a must-visit to admire the ultramodern 1960’s architectural style which doesn’t look dated even today.

Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada

One of the only three aquariums owned and operated by Ripley Entertainment, this aquarium houses more than 13,500 specimens in several exotic aquatic exhibits and also has a walk-through tank to admire the creatures of the sea closely.

Rogers Center

Arguably the most famous stadium in the entire country, Rogers Center, the behemoth stadium famous for the first ever fully-motorized roof, hosts everything from football to baseball to rock concerts to monster truck racing.

Getting out of TorontoNiagara Falls

The most famous waterfall in the entire world, the Niagara Falls are an hour’s drive from Toronto.


Home to gorgeous 20th-century architecture and stunning museums, Buffalo is a one and a half hour drive from Toronto.

Prince Edward County

The charming island of Prince Edward County, on the northeastern shores of Lake Ontario, is home to beautiful vineyards, incredible views, and great food.

Thousand Islands and Kingston

Kingston, the city which holds a lot of historic significance in Canada’s lore and the nearby scenic islands, are a two and a half hour drive from Toronto, on the way to the country’s capital, Ottawa.

Toronto is a city brimming with places to explore for tourists. While planning for your trip to Toronto, ensure that you book your flight tickets well in advance. That way, you will get the lowest airline fares available.

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