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Book Cheap Flights from Newark to Toronto

Flights from Newark to Toronto

Looking for flights from Newark to Toronto? Look no more, for you’re at the right place. Book cheap flights from Newark to Toronto on CheapOair and enjoy great discounts. Whether its leisure or a business trip, we offer the most competitive rates on flight tickets to destinations around the world. Grab EWR to YTO flight deals, and save big! Hurry, our cheap rates are not going to last forever, so make your bookings right away!

Airports in Newark

Newark is primarily served by Newark Liberty International Airport. This airport is located between the cities of Elizabeth and Newark, and offers scheduled flights to several domestic and international destinations. Travelers can avail seamless connectivity between the airport and the city through a free monorail system (called AirTrain), the state-owned NJT buses and bus rapid transit line go bus 28, besides private limousine, car service, and taxis. Newark is located 37 miles away from New York City’s JFK Airport and thus one can also avail catch flight from there also.

Explore Toronto

Toronto is the most populous city in Canada and the provincial capital of Ontario. This scenic lakeside city along Lake Ontario is also called the New York City of Canada because it is one of the national epicenters of music, theatre, motion picture and television productions. Toronto’s skyline is a spectacular sum of several skyscrapers and high-rise buildings, central to which is stands the tallest free-standing structure in the Western Hemisphere- the CN Tower.

Things to do in Toronto

CN Tower

Built in 1976, the CN Tower is a 553.33 meter high concrete communications and observation tower in Toronto. It was world’s tallest tower until 2009 but has now dropped to the third position overall, though it is still the tallest free-standing structure in Western Hemisphere. CN Tower is the world record holder for hosting highest above ground wine cellar (at 351 metres), highest above ground restaurant (at 346 metres) and tallest free-standing concrete tower.

Ripley's Aquarium of Canada

Ripley's Aquarium of Canada in Toronto is a public aquarium near CN Tower in Toronto. It is home to 3500 exotic aquatic and marine specimens sourced from over 450 species, and kept in 5.7 million liters of water. The aquarium is focally known for largest tank and one of its underwater tunnel- the Dangerous Lagoon. It features a moving conveyor side walk where visitors can walk past a stunning show of the marine life.

Royal Ontario Museum

The Royal Ontario Museum is the largest museum in Canada and one of the largest in North America. The museum is home to over six million artifacts that are segregated in 40 galleries related to fine arts, world culture and natural history- central to which is the world's largest collection of fossils from the Burgess Shale (a fossil-bearing deposit in Canada). Also of note here is the Palmyra Tombstone of Akmath that dates back to 2nd century AD.

Best Time to Fly to Toronto

The best time to fly to Toronto is the summer season from June to August. It is warm, sunny (and sometimes rainy as well)- a combination that returns the maximum bang for buck while sightseeing and enjoying cultural festivals like Toronto Jazz Festival and Toronto Fringe Festival.

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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