Cheap Flights from Milan to Toronto
Flight information Milan to Toronto
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Average flight time, total distance 6680 kilometers
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Toronto Pearson International, Kitchener / Waterloo, Toronto Island and Hamilton
Milan to Toronto
Considered Canada’s largest and most well-known city, Toronto contains all the glitz, glamour, and tourist trappings any traveler–from total novice to cosmopolitan jetsetter–could ever hope to experience. Stretching along Lake Ontario’s northwestern shore like a giant, dazzling jewel, Toronto offers something for everyone from its 29 museums, world-renowned landmarks, and effervescent nightlife options. And visitors from Milan may especially appreciate the Italian-Canadian flavor of Little Italy.
Arriving in Toronto
Passengers flying into Toronto from Milan will land at one of three international airports:
Hamilton Airport is located 11 km outside of downtown Hamilton and 64 km outside of downtown Toronto. Serving almost 340,000 passengers per year, YHM is Toronto’s smallest airport used most often for spillover from YYZ or as an alternative landing destination for specific flight needs. Located on the Toronto Islands southwest of the city, Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport handles the needs of over 2.3 million annual tourists. Toronto Pearson handles the needs of over 44 million passengers annually via over 75 airlines. The two-terminal airport is a hub for several airlines including Air Canada, WestJet, Air Transit, and Sunwing Airlines.
Depending on where you land in or around the city, amenities such as free WIFI, lounges, children’s play areas, prayer rooms, art exhibits, salons, spas, and so much more can keep you busy for hours. But with free shuttle service to many local hotels why would you want to when you can explore? Other modes of transportation to and from a Toronto airport may include bus, train, ferry, taxi or rideshare, and onsite car rentals.
Things to Do in Toronto
It’s not a coincidence that over 14 million tourists visit Toronto annually. Famous landmarks such as the CN Tower, Casa Loma, Toronto Public Library, Harbourfront Centre, and the University of Toronto consistently bring in huge crowds. Those who want to connect with nature or local culture can relax at any of Toronto’s 1,500 natural parks or enjoy 29 different public museums. St. Lawrence Market, the Distillery District, and Kensington Market appeal to shopaholics. If you’re craving a special treat, head over to the St.Clair West strip for an espresso or nocciola gelato. Night owls can head to Dundas Square for non-stop entertainment and adventure.
Travel Tips from Milan to Toronto
Italy is among the short list of countries that don’t require visas to visit Canada. But you will need an active passport. Travelers from Italy are often surprised by Canada’s high costs and low temperatures. Fortunately, there are easy ways to offset both. The Euro currently converts to around C$1.5, so transfer your currency prior to leaving to get the best rates. Pack accordingly based on expected weather and always stay updated via Skyscanner’s app on your favorite mobile device.
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