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Flights from Chicago to Toronto

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Airports in Chicago

The city of Chicago is served by 2 airports - Chicago O'Hare International Airport and Midway International Airport. The Chicago O'Hare International Airport or O'Hare International Airport is the primary airport serving the Chicago City. It is a public airport situated in Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A. The airport offers both cargo & passenger services to both domestic and international destinations including London, Toronto, Frankfurt, Dublin, Montreal, Paris, Munich, Amsterdam, Doha, Seoul, Dubai, New York, Boston, Denver, Atlanta, San Francisco, Washington, and more. Both the airports are well connected with the city through various modes of transportation. These include shuttles/buses, taxis, limo, rideshare, rental cars, public transit, and more.

Explore Toronto

The capital of Ontario, Toronto is the largest city in the country. It is a picturesque city that acts as an abode to an intermingle of tourist attractions, from galleries to museums to the renowned CT Tower and Toronto Islands. Boasting full of life lifestyle, thus city is easy to take the helm and the top attractions are within walking distance of each other. The city experiences a humid continental climate with humid and warm summers and cold winters. It is well-known among the virtuosos for its theatres and performing arts. Pride Week, one of the largest events in Toronto, is held in late June every year.

Things to do in Toronto

CN Tower

Rising up to an altitude of 553 meters, CN Tower is the well-known landmark of Toronto. It is one of the must-visit attractions in the city. This construction towers over the downtown and is visible from all around the city. On clear days, one can enjoy the views of New York State and Niagara Falls from the highest viewing area on the tower.

Royal Ontario Museum

Also known as the ROM, Royal Ontario Museum, is among the premium museums in Ontario with a universal fame for excellence. This museum is an abode to an extraordinary collection and also boasts major exhibitions from all around the globe. The structural design of the modern building of the museum includes a modern wing featuring glass and sharp angles that were added to the traditional old building. ROM embraces collections incorporating a great assortment of periods throughout the planet.

Ontario Science Center

A family oriented tourist attraction with numerous interesting objects on display to entertain children, Ontario Science Center occupies a place overlooking the Don Valley. This place is at about 10 kilometers northeast of the heart of Toronto. One can explore the latest developments in telecommunications, technology, biology, optics, meteorology, physics, space travel, and much more.

Best time to Fly to Toronto

Weather-wise, the best times to visit Toronto are from late April through May and September through October. During this period, the climate remains soothing and apt for sightseeing.

Toronto Travelers' Reviews

  Toronto 2018
My husband and I just returned from a memorable visit to Toronto. Our flight was perfect but as we were visiting friends I cannot comment on hotels. However, Toronto is a fabulous city. Very impressive, from the air, the car and just walking around. We felt very safe and found the Canadians, lovely, friendly and polite people. We stayed outside in a small town, which was a perfect residential, family area. We also stayed at a house on a lake. The scenery is stunning and I would recommend Toronto and surroundings to anyone considering this part of Canada.
- Christine  Jun 25, 2018

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