Toronto Traveler Reviews

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  • 4.0 Weekend Trip

    Charming city. Nice attractions. Most down town attractions are within walking distance of each other to include Fountain of Youth, Governors House, Flagler College, San Marcos National Monument, Old Town, the great cross and etc. Other great sites are Anastasia State Park/Beach and Light House. If you choose not to walk you can rent bicycles or motor cycles. Entire city seems to have dedicated bicycle lanes. Friendly people. Parking down town was between $15- $20 for a full day.

    Ty   |   Jun 09, 2021

  • 5.0 Yuma trip

    I would definitely use cheapoair again. Great prices

    Member   |   Jun 14, 2021

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Facts About Flying to Toronto, Canada

  • 8% of Toronto travelers booked First or Business Class.
  • 5% of travelers traveled to Toronto with kids under 14.
  • 49% of Toronto travelers were female.
  • Travelers spent an average of 29 days in Toronto.
  • October was the month with most bookings for Toronto.
  • April was month with the least bookings for Toronto.
§ All of the above-mentioned facts are derived from the data of the last 3 months while the highest and lowest booking months are picked on the basis of last 12 months.

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What can I explore in Toronto?

Located on the shore of Lake Ontario, Toronto is a fashionable city with a vibrant mix of cutting-edge museums, markets and more. Climb to the top of the CN Tower and adore the spectacular views of the city and the surrounding areas. Take your family to the Toronto Zoo and the Toronto Aerospace Museum or if you are here with your significant other take them to the Distillery Historic District or catch a show at the Queen West.

What are the major tourist attractions in Toronto?

  • CN Tower
  • Royal Ontario Museum
  • Ripley's Aquarium of Canada
  • Rogers Center
  • Art Gallery of Ontario
  • Toronto Zoo
  • Entertainment District
  • Casa Loma
  • St. Lawrence Market
  • Eaton Center

What are the major annual events and festivals held in Toronto?

  • Canadian Music Week (May)
  • Doors Open Toronto (May)
  • Toronto Pride (June)
  • Luminato Festival (June)
  • Mississauga Waterfront Festival (June)
  • Toronto Fringe Festival (July)
  • Toronto Caribbean Carnival (July/August)
  • Beaches International Jazz Festival (August)
  • Canadian National Exhibition (August/September)
  • Toronto International Film Festival (September)
  • Nuit Blanche (September)

Which airlines offer flights to Toronto from the US?

  • American Airlines
  • United Airlines
  • Porter Airlines
  • Air Canada
  • WestJet
  • Delta Air Lines

How much time it takes to fly to Toronto from the US?

In general, nonstop flights to Toronto from NYC take about 1 hour and 51 minutes.

What is the best time to visit Toronto?

Best time for which tourists can book Toronto airline tickets is during summers, from June to August. The Peak season brings some key events including Toronto International Dragon Boat Race Festival, Toronto Jazz Festival, and the Toronto Fringe Festival. The Shoulder season (April, May and October) is also a great time to visit Toronto. Toronto flight deals can be easily obtained during the low travel season, from November to March. If you are here in the month of September, make sure you are attending the Toronto International Film Festival.

What are the major airports in Toronto?

Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport is the primary airport serving Toronto. YTZ is a public airport and acts as the main hub for Porter Airlines. The airport understands your ground transportation needs hence offers car rentals, hotel Shuttles and taxi for a convenient trip to downtown. Toronto Pearson International Airport is another airport serving the area, which is operated by Transport Canada. Toronto travel deals are easy to attain, all you need to do is hunt and act instantly.

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Visit Toronto, Ontario

Toronto is widely known as Canada’s center of the arts and media, but you could say that Toronto’s biggest draw is its incredible diversity: minorities make up approximately half of the city’s population, and they coexist in peaceful microcosms of ethnic neighborhoods offering plenty to do, see and eat for tourists. Immigrants and natives of multicultural backgrounds proliferate in distinguishable neighborhoods like Chinatown and Little India, but perhaps what truly sets Toronto apart is how seamlessly and harmoniously all the cultures blend together. Not to worry, however — people still speak predominantly English! Canada’s largest city also has some impressive attractions: the CN tower is the tallest free-standing structure in the Western hemisphere, and the PATH network comprises the world’s largest underground shopping mall.

Hockey Hall of Fame

Avid hockey fans are sure to take pleasure in visiting Toronto’s Hockey Hall of Fame, conveniently located downtown in the lower level of a shopping mall. Here, you can take photos with the Stanley Cup, play interactive games of hockey, watch a movie about the sport and learn sports history from the fascinating exhibits on display.

St. Lawrence Market

This spacious indoor market is composed of three buildings: North Market, South Market and St. Lawrence Hall. The enticing selection of fresh produce is rivaled only by the prepared food available — your head is sure to spin with delight at all the cheese, pastries, meat, fruit, flowers and more as you eat your way around the market.

Edwards Gardens

Open year-round, Edwards Gardens offers gorgeous respite from the rest of the city. When its perennials are in bloom during warm seasons, this former estate is awash in floral colors and makes for a popular wedding photo destination. During the winter months, visitors can catch bright holiday decorations and warm up in the greenhouses.

Veal Sandwich

An iconic Toronto food, the veal sandwich is a hefty handful of pounded, breaded cutlets with tomato sauce and fried vegetables. The flavors are simple yet indulgent This Italian-style sandwich is available at a whole host of restaurants, from the chain California Sandwiches to even pizza joints like Bitondo’s.

Portuguese Egg Tart

This creamy confection — also known as a pastel de nata — is available in nearly every bakery in Toronto’s Little Portugal. The egg tarts are delicately sweet and incredibly indulgent, with an irresistibly flaky crust and caramelized top; our suggestion is to eat one while it’s warm and take two to go.

Peameal Bacon Sandwich

Just as renowned as the veal sandwich is the peameal bacon sandwich, a simple construction of peameal bacon (meat from the pig’s loin) on a Kaiser roll, frequently topped with mustard and sometimes banana peppers. Many agree that Carousel Bakery at St. Lawrence Market is the best place to get it.


If you’ve never considered the combination of drinking while playing ping pong, SPiN is here to answer your questions: Yes, it does work, and yes, it can be fun. SPiN describes itself as a “ping pong night club” — just bring a date or group of friends and strike up some friendly competition!

Ripley’s Aquarium Friday Night Jazz

Opened in 2013, Ripley’s Aquarium offers plenty of delights for those who love watching exotic fish swim in enormous, serene tanks. The aquarium is always open until 11 p.m., but on the second Friday of each month, it hosts Friday Night Jazz, an event that features live jazz music, a cash bar and appetizers.

Royal Conservatory of Music

The venerable Royal Conservatory of Music was founded more than a century ago and continues to be a premier destination for lovers of the classical arts — catch symphonies, vocal groups and more. The acoustics are especially excellent in Koerner Hall, opened in 2009 as part of the Conservatory’s expansion and redevelopment.