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What are the best places to stay in Toronto?
Toronto Old Town
Old Town is ideal if you’re looking to be within walking distance of many attractions while holidaying on flights to Toronto. It’s located right in the centre of Downtown, but instead of shiny skyscrapers, Old Town is made up of old-fashioned buildings. The neighbourhood is buzzing with activity between it’s diverse shopping, dining, and nightlife options. There are several attractions to see around Toronto Old Town, including the famous Flatiron Building, St. Lawrence Market, and St. James Cathedral. The Toronto Old Town is also a quick walk away from the Lake Ontario waterfront.
This neighbourhood is Toronto’s Greektown and got its name from a famous local music hall of the same name. The Danforth is a long and skinny neighbourhood located northeast of Downtown, and is well-connected by public transport. Many of Toronto’s most popular restaurants and cafes are located along Danforth Avenue, and the neighbourhood becomes especially lively on Friday and Saturday evenings. Have a look at hotels in the Danforth if you’re looking for an eclectic neighbourhood to base yourself in while holidaying on cheap flights to Toronto. Don’t forget to see if there are any good shows on at the Danforth music hall that fall in between your return flights to Toronto.
The Distillery District
Located in the southeast corner of Downtown, the Distillery District is one of the trendiest neighbourhoods you could stay in while visiting Ontario on flights to Toronto. It was once home to a large whiskey distillery, which is how it got its name. That distillery has since closed, but the Victorian-style buildings and quaint cobblestone streets remain. The culture of the Distillery District is centred around art, and the neighbourhood has a similar feel to the cool SoHo neighbourhoods in New York and London. Explore the many art galleries and museums on offer around the Distillery District, then browse the boutique shops or grab a bite to eat from one of the many outdoor cafes and restaurants.
What is the best way to get around Toronto?
There’s a good transport network you could use to travel around the city, starting from the moment you arrive on flights to Toronto. Catch the Union Pearson Express train from Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ), which zips into Downtown in 25 minutes.
Subway trains and streetcars are an easy way to get from one attraction to the next while holidaying on return flights to Toronto. Four subway lines travel around the city centre and suburbs. Catch the subway to popular neighbourhoods like Danforth, the Beaches, and Little Italy. The Toronto streetcars cover 10 routes. Most stops are located within the city centre, but the streetcar also travels into the inner suburbs and areas along the waterfront.
Ferries are another option to keep in mind when you book tickets to Toronto. Three ferry routes travel between Downtown Toronto and the Toronto Islands, which are a short distance off-shore.
Hoping to visit national parks and the Ontario countryside when you book airfare to Toronto? Browse Webjet’s selection of rental cars, which are available to pick up from Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ).
When is the best time to visit Toronto?
There are four distinct seasons in Toronto. Summer is the most popular time to travel on airfare to Toronto due to the beautiful weather and exciting program of events. Festivals, outdoor markets, and cafes with patio seating breathe an extra level of excitement into the city’s atmosphere. Look forward to average daytime temperatures of about 27°C and opportunities for water sports by travelling on return flights to Toronto between June and August. Keep in mind that the summer brings in large crowds. Make sure your preferred accommodation doesn’t fill up by reserving early when you book tickets to Toronto for summer travel.
Enjoy pleasant weather without huge crowds by planning cheap flights to Toronto in spring or autumn. Temperatures average between 10 to 20°C during the day, so you can get your fix of Mother Nature - just make sure you bring a coat for when it cools off of an evening.
Snow blankets Toronto for much of winter, turning it into a white wonderland. The snow comes with freezing temperatures that average 0°C during the day and -7°C at night. However, there are benefits to booking cheap flights to Toronto in winter: several ski resorts are within reach of the city and smaller city crowds often lead to lower hotel rates. Opt for indoor activities like museums and galleries if you travel on winter flights to Toronto.