Cheap Flights from Sault Ste Marie to Toronto in 2019
Flight information Sault Ste Marie to Toronto
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Average flight time, total distance 497 kilometers
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Toronto Pearson International, Kitchener / Waterloo, Toronto Island and Hamilton
Flying out Sault Ste. Marie
Sault Ste. Marie Airport is an international airport nine miles outside the city center. To get to Toronto you can book a flight with Air Canada, Delta Airlines, Porter or Bearskin Airlines. There are five flights per day with a flying time of approximately one hour and twenty minutes. For the best ticket prices and special offers, it’s recommended that you subscribe to Skyscanner’s Price Alert. Passengers should be at the airport at least one hour before the scheduled take-off.
While Toronto Pearson International Airport is the number one choice for international flights, domestic flights have a much wider choice. There’s Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, Buttonville Municipal Airport, Markham Airport, Downsview Airport, Oshawa Executive Airport, Brampton Airport, Burlington Executive Airport, John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport, and Region of Waterloo International Airport.
Should you land at Toronto Pearson International Airport you will find yourself in Mississauga, 18 miles outside of the city.
The airports has a great number of fine restaurants serving anything from a cup of coffee to a three-course meal and several coffee shops where you can order a quick snack.
The airport has several banks and cash machines, stores that cater to your every need, and lounges to relax before you continue your journey.
To get from the airport to Toronto, taxis and limousines are waiting outside the arrivals hall or you can hop on the UP express train which leaves every 15 minutes. If you prefer a bus, you can choose from a Greyhound, a MiWay, a GO transit, or a TTC bus. Should you prefer your own transportation, you can make arrangements with Skyscanner’s car rental.
Tips for Traveling to Toronto
Toronto is notoriously cold in winter, experiences a mild spring and fall and can get hot in summer. It’s recommended to check the weather forecast to stay informed.
If possible, book a hotel room well in advance. Toronto is a busy city with over 40 million visitors in 2015, so a hotel reservation is necessary.
Attractions in Toronto
While in Toronto you might want to do a little sightseeing. The number one attraction is the 1,814 feet CN-Tower. Many admire the tower from the ground up while the brave take the elevator to the observation deck and restaurant.
If you’re an art lover, be sure to visit one or more of the 84 museums. The most notable is the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) displaying a variety of world-touring collections.
For the romantics, there’s Casa Loma. A fairy tale style mansion commissioned by Sir Henry Mill Pellatt in 1911 and completed in 1914.
If you have shopping on your mind, go underground and follow the P.A.TH., an air-conditioned walkway stretching over 18 miles and housing 1,200 stores, services and entertainment.
If you’d like to see some of the sights, but you’re not a fan of walking, not to worry. Toronto has an excellent public transportation system that can take you all over the city via subway, tram or bus. Alternatively, you can take a guided tour bus and see it all while sitting down.
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