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Cheap Flights from Shanghai to Toronto

Flight information Shanghai to Toronto

cheapest roundtrip price from Shanghai to Toronto last month

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airlines fly non-stop from Shanghai to Toronto

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flights a week from Shanghai to Toronto

13h 45min

average flight time from Shanghai to Toronto, total distance 11444 kilometers

Air Canada

was the most popular airline flying from Shanghai to Toronto last month

4 airports

Toronto Pearson International, Hamilton, Kitchener / Waterloo and Toronto Island

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Flying out of Shanghai

Shanghai is the only city in China with two international airports, Pudong International Airport and Hongqiao International Airport. Airlines that offer a direct flight are Air Canada, Air China, Air France, KLM, Cathay Pacific, Lufthansa, and many others. The flight takes approximately 14 hours.

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Toronto Airport

Toronto Pearson International Airport is situated in Mississauga, 18 miles outside of the city. While it is the biggest and busiest airport in Canada, you’ll have no trouble finding your way to the luggage claim and arrivals hall thanks to ceiling signs and every present helpful staff.

If you’re hungry after the flight, the airport has numerous restaurants ranging where you can sit down for a three-course meal, or you can grab a sandwich or a tray of sushi. If a snack will do, there are several juice bars and coffee shops.

For your convenience the airport has several banks and cash machines, a variety of stores and several lounges to relax.

To get from the airport to your hotel, there are taxis and limousines outside the arrivals hall, there a train station where the UP express train leaves every 15 minutes, or you can catch the Greyhound bus, a MiWay bus, a GO transit bus, or a TTC bus. If you prefer your own ride, visit Skyscanner’s car rental.

Tips for Traveling to Toronto

Toronto is not a popular city to visit in winter. Not only does it getnvery cold, there’s a good chance of snow and ice, so warm clothing is necessary. Spring and fall bring mild temperatures but with chances of rain. June to October are the perfect months to visit.

A hotel room should be booked well in advance. Toronto welcomed over 40 million visitors in 2015 and while there are a multitude of hotels in the city, reservations are necessary.

Don’t forget to adjust your watch as Toronto is 12 hours behind of Shanghai.

Attractions in Toronto

At the top of just about every tourist’s agenda is visiting the CN-Tower. Some stay admire the tower from the ground up while the brave take the elevator to the observation deck and restaurant 1,814 feet in the air.

Casa Loma is another hot spot. This fairy tale gothic revival style mansion was commissioned by Sir Henry Mill Pellatt in 1911 and completed in 1914.

If you’re planning on sightseeing, Toronto boasts 159 sights and landmarks, 84 museums, 100 parks, and plenty of shopping possibilities. If you don’t see any shops downtown, that because Torontonians do their downtown shopping underground along the P.A.T.H., an air-conditioned walkway stretching over 18 miles and housing 1,200 stores, services and entertainment.

When flying from Shanghai to Toronto, you might be tired after such a long flight, but you’ll soon be revived when you see and taste everything the city has to offer. One visit might not be enough.

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