Released DECEMBER 11, 2013 - © Travelzoo
As Canada's largest city, Toronto is a thriving playground for tourists. With flights and hotels abound, visitors can easily arrive and stay in Toronto to take in the sights. Ontario's capital city has all the Canadian appeal that travellers are looking for with a cultural twist.
Toronto attractions range from world class museums such as the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), the Art Gallery of Ontario and the eclectic Bata Shoe Museum to fine dining and world class theatre. It also features the CN Tower, Hockey Hall of Fame, Kensington Market and Chinatown.
Most flights to Toronto arrive at Pearson International Airport (YYZ). With Pearson also being Canada's busiest airport, Toronto flights are widely available year-round. The cheapest way to get from the downtown core to the airport is by the Toronto Transit Commission's (TTC) route 192 Airport Express bus to and from the Bloor-Danforth subway line. Though the number of Toronto flights into the airport is limited, Toronto's second airport, the Toronto City Centre Airport (YTZ) is located right in the downtown core and services flights from the U.S. and Eastern Canada.
Being in temperate climate, Toronto experiences the best of all seasons. With winter temperatures hovering around freezing in the winter months, and sitting in the pleasant mid-20 degrees Celsius range during the summer, the ideal time to travel to Toronto is between the months of May and October.
Whether you're hoping to catch a Toronto Maple Leafs or Toronto Raptors game at the Air Canada Centre or would like to catch some rays at an open-domed Toronto Blue Jays game at the Roger's Centre, check Travelzoo often for Toronto flight deals and hotel accommodations.