Cheap flights to Toronto Canada

Edge walking, ethnic cuisine
Flights to Toronto from
  • 2,200 NZD per person

About Toronto


Up or down, new or old? If you are a daredevil, ride to the top of Toronto’s most iconic landmark, the CN Tower, and take the Edge Walk outside the observation deck – on the very edge, 300 metres down. Enjoy. Feeling more traditional and down to Earth? The Old Distillery District is Toronto’s most historic neighbourhood, and it entices you into exploring its secrets – and gourmet produce.

Over a third of Toronto’s population was born outside of Canada, making it one of the most diverse cities on the planet.

Aromas of fresh bread, rich cocoa and dark beer waft down the cobbled streets. Rattle through the ethnic neighbourhoods on the old streetcar, and get off in Chinatown for dim sum, or Ronscavelles for Polish paczki, a marmalade doughnut. In the evening, take a boat cruise to admire the skyline in all its illuminated glory, before you hit the bars on the dockside for a Toronto night you won’t forget.

Downtown Toronto has a network of underground streets, providing sheltered pedestrian routes for the harsh winters.

How’s the weather in Toronto in November?

  • Temperature 2-8 °C
  • Dry days 16-
  • Average rainfall 44 mm
  • Snow days 7


  • Population 2.6M
  • Local time :
  • Currency Canadian Dollar

What does Toronto cost?

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  • Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant: 17.09 NZD


  • Domestic Beer (0.5 liter bottle): 4.17 NZD


  • One-way Ticket (Local Transport): 3.99 NZD
  • Taxi Start (Normal Tariff): 4.84 NZD

Sports And Leisure

  • Fitness Club, Monthly Fee for 1 Adult: 56.95 NZD
  • Cinema, International Release, 1 Seat: 16.52 NZD

Clothing And Shoes

  • 1 Pair of Jeans (Levis 501 Or Similar): 93.68 NZD
  • 1 Summer Dress in a Chain Store (Zara, H&M, ...): 62.65 NZD
  • 1 Pair of Nike Running Shoes: 113.91 NZD
  • 1 Pair of Men's Leather Business Shoes: 172.92 NZD

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About Toronto

Canada’s biggest and most diverse city offers super-sized thrills to travellers willing to throw themselves into the mix. Book flights to Toronto and experience more than you might expect.

Since the nineteenth century, visitors have made the trip up to see Niagara Falls: 150,000 gallons of water a second crashing down into the mighty Niagara River. For many, Toronto, perched on nearby Lake Ontario, is little more than a convenient stopping-off point. But for anyone who appreciates craft beer, world food, raucous music and fine art, Toronto is a pretty stunning destination to fly to.

Almost half of Toronto’s population was born outside Canada, so it should come as no surprise to find a thriving Chinatown, Greek Town and Little Italy. For nightlife, though, it is hard to beat Little Portugal, with its tiny dive bars and late-night street scene. In the summer months, you could almost be in the wild heart of Lisbon. Downtown’s Cabbage Town, meanwhile, is busy channelling Dublin, complete with live music and free-flowing Guinness. Just steer clear on St Patrick’s Day unless you really like to party.

Speaking of parties, in recent years the hipster crowd have taken over West Queen West turning a working-class immigrant neighbourhood into a hub of galleries, boutique hotels and locivore restaurants. The Drake Hotel, with its outside art installation, neighbourhood pancake breakfasts and boozy trivia nights, is typical of the scene, attracting a good-looking crowd who remember not to take themselves too seriously. Also check out the nearby Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art - or MOCCA, as the locals call it – it’s a free, gorgeous space where dance parties and visual arts blur the line between installation and club night.

If all this sounds a little too cool for school, relax – Toronto’s also big on old-fashioned wholesome fun. The city boasts more than fifty ice hockey rinks, where you can join beginner-friendly ‘shinny’ games, and a host of beautiful islands to explore. Else spend an afternoon gaping at the ravines and mansions of Casa Loma, where the beautiful people of ages past sunk their fortunes.

And then – and only then – if you want to check out some big-ass waterfalls, be my guest!

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