Cheap Flights from Varadero to Toronto Pearson International
Flight information Varadero to Toronto Pearson International
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Average flight time, total distance 2304 kilometers
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Toronto Pearson International
Airlines That Fly from Varadero to Toronto Pearson International
Direct flights from Varadero Airport to Toronto Pearson International Airport are offered by Air Canada, Air Transit, Cuban Airlines, Sunwing, and WestJet. If you know which date you'd like to travel, Skyscanner's Price Alert tool can help you monitor airfares from these carriers and send you notifications when prices are low.
Departing from Varadero Airport
Varadero Airport is a medium-sized airport with moderate passenger traffic. As such, you won't find as many facilities and services here as you would at larger, busier airports. There is a duty-free shop located in the Departures area, but selection can be limited. There are also several Forex Bureaus desks where you can change your currency to the currency of your destination. The airport serves all flights out of a single terminal.
Arriving at Toronto Pearson International
After landing at Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ), you'll be guided to the baggage claim area before proceeding to Customs and Border Clearance. Canadian residents returning home can use the Automated Border Clearance kiosks to process their travel documents. Outside of the terminal, you'll be presented with several options for getting to your final destination, including car rentals, taxis, limousines, public transit links, and an out-of-town van sharing service. The airport operates a free LINK shuttle to transport passengers between Terminals 1 and 3, and to the neighbouring Sheraton Hotel.
What to Expect in Toronto: Travel Tips
The local currency in Toronto is the Canadian Dollar (C$), which comes in paper denominations of 5, 10, 20, 50, and 100 dollars. Coins come in denominations of 5, 10, and 25 cents, as well as 1 and 2 dollar coins (called "Loonies" and "Toonies," respectively). Banks provide the best currency exchange rates, followed by private currency exchange bureaus and hotels. Most ATMs in the city are connected to the Plus and Cirrus networks, and major credit cards are accepted almost everywhere.
As far as large cities go, Toronto is relatively safe. That said, you should still avoid neighbourhoods like east of Yonge Street -- especially at night. Major crimes like mugging are rare, but petty crimes like pickpocketing are occasionally a problem, particularly on the public transit and in subway stations. Stay alert, keep your valuables out of plain sight, and leave any important belongings in your hotel safe. Haven't booked an accommodation in Toronto yet? Click here to search Skyscanner's hotel deals.
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