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Flights to Toronto
Ontario’s idiosyncratic capital is closer than you think with our flights to Toronto from the UK. Aside from the ubiquitous Tim Hortons coffee shops (Canada’s answer to Starbucks) and hockey mania everywhere, Toronto has a few distinctive tricks up its sleeve. Book your ticket to Toronto and visit Niagara Falls or take in the view from one of the tallest buildings in the world at CN Tower.
For starters, try St Lawrence Market for lunch – a veritable foodie haven, marketing produce from over 50 speciality food stalls. Don’t pass on the opportunity to visit Canada’s monumental Hockey Hall of Fame; it holds the biggest collection of hockey memorabilia in the world. Escape to the great outdoors when the city gets too much with day trips to Niagara Falls or the Scarborough Bluffs of Lake Ontario. Whatever floats your boat, there’s plenty to keep things interesting when you fly to Toronto. Book a flight from London Heathrow or Manchester Airport and explore this lively and cosmopolitan city full of unique attractions, sights and year-round arts festivals. Book your flight to Toronto Pearson Airport (YYZ) with Virgin Atlantic and explore this amazing Canadian city for yourself.
Get fashionable at the distillery
The fashionable Distillery District is a star downtown attraction, where industrial warehouse conversions house a selection of galleries, art studios, boutique shops and eateries.
Closer to the edge
You can't miss the CN tower in Toronto, with a viewing platform 346 metres in the sky. And for the thrillseekers, the EdgeWalk takes you on a journey around the circumference of the roof.
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Fly to Toronto Pearson International Airport with our partner Delta Air Lines.
Visit our dedicated Canada visa page for useful information on the travel documents you'll need.
The currency in Toronto is the Canadian Dollar (CAD).
Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) provides subway, bus and streetcar services around the city.
Toronto is 5 hours behind London (GMT).
The electricity supply in is 120 volts in Toronto. Standard British plugs will need an adapter.