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Canada’s most populous city, Toronto is the sprawling, sparkling cosmopolitan jewel of the North. The unique energy of this multicultural city pulses just beneath its leafy, polite surface. Toronto’s friendly reputation as a center of cultural excellence make it a cherished holiday destination for more than 10 million tourists each year.

Flights to Toronto

Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) is Canada’s busiest airport, with more than 36 million travelers passing through each year. It’s the main hub for Air Canada, and the 75 airlines operating out of YYZ connect Toronto to more than 155 international destinations.

Three smaller airports also serve the city with limited international passenger flights to Toronto. The Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ), located on the Toronto Islands, has flights to and from Boston and Chicago, operated by Porter Airlines. At Region of Waterloo International Airport (YKF), American Eagle operates flights from Chicago. The John C. Monroe International Airport (YHM) sees seasonal flights to and from destinations such as Cancún, Montego Bay, Puerto Plata, Punta Cana, and Varadero.

What to Do in Toronto

Ascend the dizzying heights of the CN Tower, and make reservations for dinner in its revolving 360 Restaurant for magnificent views of Toronto. Pay a visit to the Distillery District, devoted to entertainment and the arts. Indulge in Toronto’s rich theatre scene, investigate its world-class museums, or just immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the place for a day or two.

Toronto is known as “the city within a park”, and just ambling through its diverse mix of eclectic neighborhoods, enjoying its green spaces, and sampling its ethnic cuisine is enough to put you in a peaceful, expansive mood.

Advice for Tourists Visiting Toronto

You’ll need a passport to visit Canada, and citizens of many countries such as the US, the UK, Australia, and Ireland will not need a visa for stays up to 90 days. Like the rest of Canada, Toronto is a bilingual city. The primary language is English, though French service is available in many places. The currency is the Canadian Dollar (CAD).

Most people visit Toronto in the summer, but locals recommend late spring or early fall. The crisp dry days in September, especially, make sightseeing a joy. If you can cope with the cold, Toronto remains a vibrant and exciting city in the wintertime.

Temps hover in the upper 20s to low 30s, but the freezing city is full of festival and special events, including WinterCity, the Brrrrr! Music Festival, and much more. After your frosty adventures, you’ll want somewhere warm to curl up for the night. Use Skyscanner’s free hotel price comparison tool to find your dream accommodation. Renting a car will give you a bit more freedom to explore the outer reaches of the city, and our free car rental comparison service lets you track down the best deal.  

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