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Colourful, cultural Toronto

Flights to Toronto take you to a cosmopolitan lakeside city bursting with atmosphere. The city is packed with artistic attractions and festivals so you won’t be short of things to do.

Explore this skyscraper-filled skyline, where quirky neighbourhoods and sumptuous cuisines await.

the toronto skyline and cn tower

Toronto is a great city to simply wander around, built on the banks of Lake Ontario, one of five Great Lakes of North America.

Visit the pedestrianised Distillery District to spend hours exploring 19th century buildings and cobbled streets. It’s now a creative hub with independent shops and galleries.

Night and day, the downtown area’s major-league sports venues and theatres are packed with things to do. For families, a visit to Ripley’s Aquarium comes highly recommended.

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What’s the weather like in Toronto?

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The best time to fly to Toronto is from May to October, when the weather is warm enough to explore the great outdoors.

Expect snow on the ground from December to March, when crisp weather turns the city into a winter wonderland.

Reasons to visit Toronto

royal ontario museum by night

Be a culture vulture

Toronto is renowned for its world-class culture and arts scene. The city is full of museums and galleries, and you’ll find live performances in theatres, bars, parks and on the street. The Royal Ontario Museum is a great place to start your cultural tour of Toronto – it tells the city’s story from the time of the dinosaurs.

Frank Gehry’s Art Gallery of Ontario is another popular destination, thanks to its huge collection of Canadian art. Arrange plane tickets to Toronto in September to catch the world-famous Toronto Film Festival, which brings up-and-coming directors and Hollywood A-listers to the city each year.

the top of the cn tower in toronto

See Toronto from the air

Toronto is famed for its skyscrapers, with almost 300 already in situ and more being built. The best known is the CN Tower. Head up for incredible, vertiginous views over the city and Lake Ontario from its floor-to-ceiling windows. It’s the best place to begin your trip and get a feel for the city.

If the views aren’t enough, take a look at EdgeWalk. Only for the brave, you’ll walk around the outside of the tower at 1168 feet above the ground, attached to the building by a harness. If that’s not for you, the tower’s revolving restaurant, 360, offers a more relaxed way to enjoy the views.

a view of torontos skyline from nearby island

Splash about in Lake Ontario

Lake Ontario turns Toronto into an outside oasis. In summer, you can sunbathe on its beaches or paddle out on a kayak or stand-up paddle board to explore the lush islands. If you have the time, take a day trip to the spectacular Niagara Falls on the other side of the lake, around two hours away.

In winter, the water often freezes and is sometimes used by locals for ice skating. If it’s not frozen over during your trip, you’ll find more than 50 outdoor skating rinks in the city, including one right on the lake at the Harbourfront Centre.

Things to know before you fly to Toronto

plane Airport transfers

Etihad Toronto flights land at Toronto Pearson Airport (YYZ) so book a transfer for smooth onward travel. The airport also has its own rail link. Trains to the centre take 25 minutes and children under 12 travel free.

globe Languages

The state of Ontario has one of the largest French-speaking populations in Canada outside of Quebec. Around 4 per cent of people in Toronto speak French as their first language, and around 11% are bilingual. English is the most-widely spoken language in the city.

bus Getting around

Toronto has a well-established public transport system, with two subway lines and a network of streetcars (trams) and buses. You can hire bikes to see the city as well. To reach the Toronto Islands, take the ferry.

accommodation Where to stay in Toronto

Toronto’s Harbourfront area, near the CN Tower, is a favourite with visitors thanks to the good range of hotels. If you want to be close to music venues and theatres, consider the Entertainment District.

Flying to Toronto: FAQs

Where is Downtown Toronto?

Downtown is Toronto’s oldest area – located right in the city’s heart. Yonge-Dundas Square is the city’s hub, which is sometimes known as Toronto’s Times Square. It’s a great place for shopping and is flanked by attractions including the Eaton Centre, Ed Mirvish Theatre and Citytv building. Other areas of Downtown include upscale Yorkville, Harbourfront, the Entertainment District and  international enclaves including Little Italy.

What should I see in Toronto?

The CN Tower is considered a must-do and serves as a popular starting point for many Toronto visitors. Make sure you spend time wandering through Downtown and exploring its various characterful districts. Visit High Park, too – it’s the perfect place for a summer picnic and, in winter, cross country skiing.

What food is Toronto known for?

Toronto boasts international cuisine from the many different cultures that call it home. Asian and fusion food is highly regarded, with a mix of street food and upscale restaurants. The city’s Chinatown area is known for its authentic Chinese dishes. If you’re looking for something uniquely Canadian, give poutine a try – that’s fries with gravy and cheese curds.

Why we love Toronto

“Toronto is such a varied and exciting city. Spend a few hours relaxing on the deckchairs at Sugar Beach, and then head up to explore the Entertainment District in the evening. The food is sensational, the people friendly and there’s always something happening in this vibrant city.”

The best of Toronto

Few cities make such a virtue of multi-culturalism as Toronto. Here you can eat an Australian breakfast, a Vietnamese lunch and a Korean dinner all in the same day – at totally authentic places. That melting pot vibe spreads to the culture, too, in a city where you’ll hear many languages and see numerous schools of art and architecture as you travel around.

There are high-rises, quaint neighbourhoods, buzzing night spots and plenty of outdoor recreation havens on Lake Ontario. In winter, snow dusts the streets and people take to the ice rinks as the nights draw in. It’s a city that knows how to make a virtue out of anything.

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Abu Dhabi (AUH) to Toronto (YYZ)

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