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Australian and international airlines that fly to Toronto include Qantas, Virgin Australia, Air Canada and Delta.

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Toronto Guide

Need to know

A cosmopolitan city set just north of Canada’s border with the United States of America, Toronto is a destination with so much to offer. You’ll find plenty to see, do and experience across this progressive and multicultural Canadian city, from its fine modern architecture through to its enviable arts and cultural scene.

With over 140 different languages spoken throughout its streets and more than half its residents originating from outside Canada, Toronto proves to be a truly multicultural city. Enjoy a taste of the city’s diversity by exploring its vibrant dining scene. Sample flavours originating from across the globe or settle for tried and tested local favourites. Whether you’re looking to spend an evening indulging in gourmet cuisine or prefer the simplicity of a cosy burger joint, there’s an option to suit almost every taste and budget. Head to St. Lawrence Market to peruse over 100 stalls showcasing the best fresh produce from local farmers, butchers and artisans.

Located on the shores of Lake Ontario, Toronto is often referred to as Canada’s art hub, showcasing the works of well-known and up and coming creative minds alike. Spend time admiring artworks created across a variety of mediums during a visit to one of the city’s many art galleries, or remark on the stunning outdoor art and sculptures scattered throughout the city. Home to a lively calendar of events, there’s no shortage of hand crafted creative endeavours to experience. Be transported to another world during a visit to the theatre or seek out the freshest sounds on the local live music trail.

Lovers of design will marvel at the stunning buildings around the city, from the gothic 18th-century castle Casa Loma to the CN Tower that stands 553-metres tall above the city’s skyline.


Getting around

Toronto is easy to navigate due to the city’s strong grid street layout. Walking is a great way to get around and can be faster than driving through the city traffic. Toronto has a reliable public transport system, the TTC, that is easy to use. Fares are around $3 each way, or you can invest in a prepay PRESTO card that can be topped up in subway stations. Taxis are also available and easy to hail with standard, non-negotiable fares. 

Best time to visit Toronto

The best time to visit Toronto is during the summer months (between May and September) when the weather is slightly warmer. There are also many interesting festivals and outdoor events during these months.

Cheap flights are available during the off-season winter months (November to February), however, travellers should be aware that temperatures rarely rise above 0°C in this time.
 

Airports

Toronto Pearson International Airport

Located around 28 km northwest of Downtown Toronto, the Toronto Pearson International Airport is the main international airport serving Toronto. Named after former Prime Minister and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Lester B. Pearson, the airport is the largest and busiest in Canada. Flights make their way to Toronto Pearson International Airport from a number of destinations, including Dublin, Brussels, London and New York. There are no direct flights to Toronto Pearson International Airport from Australia.

Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport 

Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport is a smaller international airport situated on the west end of the Toronto Islands. The main body of flights arriving and departing here are domestic services. There are also a number of services flying to or from America. Flights make their way to Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport from a number of destinations, including Chicago, Quebec CIty and Boston. There are no direct flights to Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport from Australia. 

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Need to know

A cosmopolitan city set just north of Canada’s border with the United States of America, Toronto is a destination with so much to offer. You’ll find plenty to see, do and experience across this progressive and multicultural Canadian city, from its fine modern architecture through to its enviable arts and cultural scene.

With over 140 different languages spoken throughout its streets and more than half its residents originating from outside Canada, Toronto proves to be a truly multicultural city. Enjoy a taste of the city’s diversity by exploring its vibrant dining scene. Sample flavours originating from across the globe or settle for tried and tested local favourites. Whether you’re looking to spend an evening indulging in gourmet cuisine or prefer the simplicity of a cosy burger joint, there’s an option to suit almost every taste and budget. Head to St. Lawrence Market to peruse over 100 stalls showcasing the best fresh produce from local farmers, butchers and artisans.

Located on the shores of Lake Ontario, Toronto is often referred to as Canada’s art hub, showcasing the works of well-known and up and coming creative minds alike. Spend time admiring artworks created across a variety of mediums during a visit to one of the city’s many art galleries, or remark on the stunning outdoor art and sculptures scattered throughout the city. Home to a lively calendar of events, there’s no shortage of hand crafted creative endeavours to experience. Be transported to another world during a visit to the theatre or seek out the freshest sounds on the local live music trail.

Lovers of design will marvel at the stunning buildings around the city, from the gothic 18th-century castle Casa Loma to the CN Tower that stands 553-metres tall above the city’s skyline.


Getting around

Toronto is easy to navigate due to the city’s strong grid street layout. Walking is a great way to get around and can be faster than driving through the city traffic. Toronto has a reliable public transport system, the TTC, that is easy to use. Fares are around $3 each way, or you can invest in a prepay PRESTO card that can be topped up in subway stations. Taxis are also available and easy to hail with standard, non-negotiable fares. 

The best time to visit Toronto is during the summer months (between May and September) when the weather is slightly warmer. There are also many interesting festivals and outdoor events during these months.

Cheap flights are available during the off-season winter months (November to February), however, travellers should be aware that temperatures rarely rise above 0°C in this time.
 

Toronto Pearson International Airport

Located around 28 km northwest of Downtown Toronto, the Toronto Pearson International Airport is the main international airport serving Toronto. Named after former Prime Minister and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Lester B. Pearson, the airport is the largest and busiest in Canada. Flights make their way to Toronto Pearson International Airport from a number of destinations, including Dublin, Brussels, London and New York. There are no direct flights to Toronto Pearson International Airport from Australia.

Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport 

Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport is a smaller international airport situated on the west end of the Toronto Islands. The main body of flights arriving and departing here are domestic services. There are also a number of services flying to or from America. Flights make their way to Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport from a number of destinations, including Chicago, Quebec CIty and Boston. There are no direct flights to Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport from Australia. 

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