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Cheap flights to Toronto, ON, Canada

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Toronto, ON

Jetradar compares airfares to Toronto, ON with hundreds of airlines and dozens of online travel agencies in one single place. We provide you with all the options, you choose where to book. Also there you can find airlines special offers to Toronto, ON. Facts about Toronto, ON: Toronto, ON connects with 1433 cities nonstop. There are 3 airports in Toronto, ON: John C. Munroe, Toronto City Centre Airport, Lester B. Pearson International. 219 airlines have flights to Toronto, ON.

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Toronto, ON Airports

  • John C. Munroe YHM
  • Toronto City Centre Airport YTZ
  • Lester B. Pearson International YYZ

Weather in Toronto, ON

Month Temp. (°C) Rainfall
January -6.0 54.0
February -5.5 45.0
March 0.0 61.0
April 6.5 67.0
May 13.0 69.0
June 18.5 69.0
July 21.5 70.0
August 20.5 83.0
September 16.0 75.0
October 10.0 63.0
November 4.0 72.0
December -2.5 72.0
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The total population of Toronto, ON is

4,612,000 people.

Toronto, ON City Guide

Brief History

In the 18th century, Toronto was founded as a French trading outpost intended to facilitate the exchange of goods between French settlers and the local native tribes. It shortly passed to British control and grew gradually over the succeeding centuries, with waves of immigrants coming to the city from all over the world in search of jobs and acceptance. Today, its large, vibrant, and diverse immigrant communities make Toronto one of the world’s most multicultural cities.


Toronto Pearson International Airport, located about a 30-50 minute drive from downtown, is the main destination for all flights to Toronto from overseas. Although it’s one of Canada’s largest airports, it’s not a major global hub, so it’s not quite as busy as you might expect. Flights to Toronto from the US can also use a number of other nearby airports, including Billy Bishop Airport and Hamilton International. These airports are sometimes cheaper, but there are no flights from more distant locations. All airports are connected to the city by bus and by taxi.

Toronto has one of the busiest public transportation networks in North America (after New York and Mexico City). The system comprises buses, streetcars, and subway and commuter rails. Traffic affects the efficiency of buses and streetcars, but they are still a convenient and relatively quick way of getting around. In recent years, Toronto has been making a concerted effort to become a more bike-friendly city, adding a cheap bikeshare system and several dedicated bicycle lanes. In the winter it will almost certainly be too cold for cycling, but it’s a pleasant way to get around in warmer months.

Popular Attractions

  • Any image of the Toronto skyline will prominently display the CN Tower, North America’s 2nd tallest freestanding structure. The tower includes a glass elevator, magnificent views from a glass-floored observation deck, and a revolving restaurant where you can get a panoramic view while enjoying some of the city’s fine dining.
  • Toronto is not usually thought of as a beach town, but it has a charming waterfront on Lake Ontario with a boardwalk and plenty of people-watching. It is even possible to swim, although the waters around Toronto are frigid for most of the year.
  • For a dose of unique architecture, check out the Royal Ontario Museum, which has a very unusual design. The museum covers history and science, which are exciting and informative for both kids and adults.


Toronto’s vast panoply of immigrant cultures makes its culinary scene one of the most diverse in the world. There are many varieties of food, such as Armenian and Hakka Chinese, that are not easily found in other cities, so a few days in Toronto is enough time to convince your stomach that you’ve traveled all the way around the world.

Tips for Travelers

  • There’s one main thing to keep in mind for any visit to Toronto: it is cold. Although summers can be somewhat mild, the winter months are bone-chilling. Unless you plan to spend a lot of time indoors (or you really enjoy the cold), it’s not recommended to visit Toronto between November and March.

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