Toronto Flights GuideToronto is the capital of Ontario and is to Canada what New York City is to the US. While the population is much lower and much more spread out than NYC, Toronto is a hub of culture and activity. Known best for its once record holding building, the CN tower, and it's true melange of cultures, Toronto has a little bit for everyone. The lush greenery of Ontario makes for beautiful scenery inland while Lake Ontario gives the city a bigger feel. The city is constantly bustling with festivals, events and parades, particularly in the summertime; there is always something to do.
Toronto has one of the most effective public transit systems in North America. The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) includes a subway system stretching to the edges of the city, and buses within the city and throughout the outskirts, making commuting downtown painless.
Toronto has four distinct seasons with temperatures ranging from well below 0? all the way up to 35? during the peak of summer. It is extremely humid and rains occasionally throughout the year. Toronto is the most enjoyable when the snow is gone and the sun is up. I would suggest visiting any time from May to October. However, if you're itching to get out and skate on a frozen pond or ski in Collingwood or watch an NHL game, winter is a lovely time to be around so long as you can bear the cold!
Fly to Toronto from these popular routes with great prices.
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