Flights to Toronto: need to know
Cheap airline tickets to Toronto
Toronto is an easy trip to make from just about anywhere in the U.S. Pearson International Airport (YYZ) is the biggest airport in Canada. From New York, catch the cheapest flights onboard WestJet, Air Canada, American Airlines, Porter Airlines and US Airways.
When to book the cheapest flights to Toronto
Toronto is a huge center of commerce, business and culture for Canada and North America. When planning a trip to Toronto, book your flights early and well in advance, at least 3-4 months.
- Peak season: June to October is the best time to visit.
- Low season: Winters can be dead-cold.
A non-stop flight to Toronto from New York takes 1 hour 30 minutes.
Experience Toronto: sights, tours and activities
Toronto is one of the most culturally diverse cities in the world. Where else can you hop from Little Korea to Little Italy in a matter of city blocks? Ride up to the top of the CN Tower and catch a hockey game at the Rogers Centre! Welcome to Toronto!
Essentials in Toronto
CN Tower: Toronto’s skyline is unmistakable thanks to the CN Tower. It was once the tallest freestanding structure in the world, but now it’s second. Take the elevator to the top and enjoy remarkable views of the city and Lake Ontario.
Kensington Market: For a peek at alternative Toronto, this is the place to go. Wander in and out of vintage thrift shops, shop for some organic snacks and fruits and join in a spontaneous street party while you’re at it!
Downtown: Toronto’s downtown core is a mix and match of different neighborhoods and evidence that this is one of the most international cities in North America. Chinatown, Little Italy, Portugal Village, Little India, Koreatown… which one suits your fancy?
Visit See Toronto Now for more info.
Hotels and accommodation in Toronto
Business travelers will find themselves right at home in Toronto at a familiar hotel brand like Hyatt, Marriott, Best Western and Double Tree. While you’ll find plenty of hotels downtown, why not try something a little different like a Bed & Breakfast near High Park or a boutique hotel along Queen Street West?